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  • Mining in New Zealand

    Mining in New Zealand began when the Māori quarried rock such as argillite in times prior to European colonisation Mining by Europeans began in the latter half of the 19th century New Zealand has abundant resources of coal, silver, iron ore, limestone and goldIt ranked 22 in the world in terms of iron ore production and 29th in gold production The total value of mineral production in New.

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  • 15 Insane mining accidents

    From overturned trucks to huge fires, as well as crushed vehicles, Here’s a collection of some really mind boggling accidents that have occurred in the mining industry Do you have the best gold mining equipment? 1 Dumper corner navigation fail Wrong turn, mate, And now what? 2 Just how did he loose a gear? Looks like this truck is not going anywhere.

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  • Welcome! — Science Learning Hub

    Welcome to the Science Learning Hub, a place to find out more about New Zealand science Watch scientists in action with one of our short video clips, find out what questions are being asked, and explore some of the key ideas.

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  • Greenheart Travel

    Greenheart Travel is currently granted full listing by the Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET) and is a member of the World Youth Student and Educational Travel Confederation (WYSTC), WYSE: Work Abroad Association, and the Alliance for International Exchange.

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  • Thriving Nature

    Oct 16, 2017· We estimate the new $20 tourism levy will, by 2021 raise $65 million per year for Predator Free New Zealand Under a Government with a Green heart, New Zealand’s natural treasures — our wildlife, forests, rivers, and oceans — will finally be in safe hands More Information Thriving Nature full policy document; Thriving Nature summary.

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  • About coal mining impacts

    Mining is the first step in the dirty life cycle of coal When coal mines move in, whole communities are forced off their land by expanding mines, coal fires, subsidence, and overused and contaminated water suppli Mines are quick to dig up and destroy forests and soils But once the coal is gone, the problems they leave behind, like acid mine drainage, can persist for decad.

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  • About Waihi, New Zealand's Heart of Gold! » Go Waihi

    About Us The extremely diverse topography of the Waihi region provides a rich playground for all to enjoy Whether it's the stunning beauty of the Karangahake Gorge, getting out into bush clad hills or just relaxing on the beautiful white-sand of Waihi Beach, the Waihi region is a great place to appreciate what New Zealand's outdoors has to offer.

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  • Arrowtown Jade & Opal Factory

    Traditional jade jewellery designs A beautiful range of authentic New Zealand jade Carved by our skilled craftsmen based in Arrowtown.

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  • Auckland’s green heart

    Auckland’s green heart In 1845 Governor George Grey set aside 80 hectares of central Auckland for a park On the crest of an ancient volcano, it is a memorial, a recreation space, a green heart.

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  • The waters of greenstone

    New Zealand's precious green heart Found in colours ranging from a cloudy light green to deep emerald with different markings, pounamu was considered so significant by Maori that they named the South Island for it - Te-Wai-Pounamu means “the waters of greenstone”.

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  • New Zealand

    Green Spots Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park: Located in the central part of the South Island, deep in the heart of the Southern Alps, this park is home to the country’s largest glaciers and highest mountains, including Mt Aoraki/Mount Cook at 3754m Tongariro National Park: Located in the central North Island, this UNESCO World Heritage site is New Zealand’s oldest national park and home.

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  • Living in New Zealand

    Living in New Zealand - Personal Experienc Here is a selection of living in New Zealand experiences submitted by our readers No glossy brochures here These are real stories, warts and all, written by real people Mike: Newport Beach, California to Napier (2,400 words).

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  • Renewable energy resources

    In 2015 New Zealand sourced 40% of its total energy from renewable resourc Most of this was used to produce electricity - the rest was mainly wood fuel used.

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  • nzmint

    With more than forty years of experience, New Zealand Mint is the leader in minting gold and silver bullion, and collectible coins We are the home of the Gold Kiwi and Silver Fern, and a range of the most sought after bullion products from around the world - as well as providing New Zealand's.

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  • Phillip Mills is NZ’s greenest CEO Why is he building a

    Josie Adams asks Les Mills CEO Phillip Mills how it tallies with the company's clean, green brand , a huge new car park is rising beside Les Mills' flagship inner-city gym Josie Adams asks Les.

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  • Pendants

    The fish hook denotes the importance of fishing to the Maori people of New Zealand and their strong relationship to Tangaroa, the god of the sea Shop All New Zealand Pounamu Hei Matau Necklace 3 styles , New Zealand Pounamu Small Heart Necklace 6 styles - From $8800 Assorted Jades Small Heart Necklace $9800.

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  • Seabed Mining

    August 2014 New Zealand Government, Wellington, New Zealand, pp 1-175 Watchdog at work: New Zealand’s EPA says that proposals to conduct phosphate mining at 400 meters deep in the Chatham Rise area of the country’s EEZ are unacceptable Global Ocean Commission (November 2013) Policy Options Paper #5 Strengthening deep seabed mining.

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  • National Parks of new Zealand

    With fourteen exquisite National Parks, you can explore the real heart and soul of the country and see the native wildlife in its natural habitat TE UREWERA NATIONAL PARK This f.

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  • NZ Gold Mining History

    Gold mining history in New Zealand was almost over as soon as it began Commercial interests in Auckland offered a £500 prize for anyone who could find payable quantities of gold anywhere nearby in the 1850s, at a time when some New Zealand settlers.

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  • South Taranaki Whale Sanctuary

    The Green Party will create a new marine sanctuary, that will prevent destructive seabed mining and phase out existing extractive activity, under the Marine Mammals Protection Act 1978 The sanctuary would be New Zealand’s largest at around 30,000 square km, to cover the area where blue whales have most commonly been sighted.

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  • Jade Mine Home Page

    Jade West is one of the world's largest producer and exporter of nephrite Jade, operating four mines located in Northern British Columbia, 100 miles east of the Alaskan Border.

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  • How To Find a Job in New Zealand as a Foreigner

    New Zealand is a popular place for foreigners Expats all over the world come to New Zealand to bask in the beauty of this country In fact, I have a fraternity brother (from my college days) who made a beeline for New Zealand right after graduating from school.

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