Coal resources – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-1-16  Coal measures is a name for coal-bearing sedimentary rocks, which include sandstone, mudstone and conglomerates as well as coal seams. Coal measures mined in New Zealand are generally a few tens to several hundreds of metres thick, and they are between 10 and 75 million years old.

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The future of coal – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-6-9  In 2019 coal contributed about 6% of New Zealand‘s primary energy supply, mainly for steel making, food processing and a decreasing amount of electricity generation. It seems likely these proportions will increase. At times of low hydro and wind generation, non-renewable sources are used to help meet the gap between supply and demand.

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Loading coal – Coal and coal mining – Te Ara Encyclopedia ...

2021-7-2  Using this item. Alexander Turnbull Library, New Zealand Free Lance Collection (PAColl-0785) Reference: PAColl-8602-01 Permission of the Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand, Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa, must be obtained before

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Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand Ministry for ...

2021-9-3  Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand Media release: 5 March 2014 Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand has been built by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage Manatū Taonga over the last 12 years. It is a comprehensive guide to the country’s peoples, natural environment, history, culture, economy, institutions and

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Kaitangata mine – Coal and coal mining – Te Ara ...

2021-7-10  This photograph shows the Kaitangata mine in the mid-1870s. It was one of the earliest, beginning operations in 1858. Although most of New Zealand’s major coal fields, including those on the West Coast, had been discovered by 1860, the first working mines

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King Country region – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-7-9  New Zealand’s first ski club was started at Mt Ruapehu in 1913. Tourists also went on cruises on the Mōkau River, and down the Whanganui River from Taumarunui. Rugby and sheep-shearing are notable sports. Culture and heritage. Writers associated with the King Country include Pei Te

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Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand Ministry for ...

2021-8-20  Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand has been built by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage Manatū Taonga over the last 12 years. It is a comprehensive guide to the country’s peoples, natural environment, history, culture, economy, institutions and society. Te Ara has been developed in themes; Māori New Zealanders and New Zealand ...

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Te Ara – Encyclopedia Of New Zealand Features New

2021-8-25  Media release: 21 September 2020. To mark the commencement of New Zealand sign language week (21 to 27 September 2020), Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, features a story celebrating the genesis of one of Aotearoa’s official languages.. Neill Atkinson, Chief Historian at Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage says the story describes the history of New Zealand Sign

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Disclaimer – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-6-6  While Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand, of Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage, is committed to accuracy it can accept no liability for any loss or damage incurred through or subsequent to the use of this website or its contents.If you find any information on this website that you believe may be inaccurate, please let us know.

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Climate change – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-7-9  The climate is the result of a finely balanced system, but natural events and human activities can tip the balance. Increasing greenhouse gas concentrations are expected to have a major influence on the global climate over the coming century. The face of New Zealand

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Ethnicity – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-7-8  Ethnicity. As the New Zealand population becomes more ethnically diverse, that change is reflected in the workforce. In 1986, 88% of workers recorded a European ethnicity as one of their ethnic groups; by 2006, this had fallen to 69%. In 1986 Māori comprised 8% of the workforce but by 2006 this had increased to 11%.

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Major new feature on Waikato region in Te Ara ...

2021-8-16  “The Encyclopedia of New Zealand, Te Ara website is a widely accessed resource for comprehensive and reliable information about New Zealand, its people, places and history. The Waikato entry will be an invaluable resource for schoolchildren, their parents, those interested in the region, and local and international visitors to the Waikato.”

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After 1840 – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-7-15  Te Āti Awa of Wellington shared in the treaty settlement signed on 19 August 2008 with Taranaki Whānui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika. The financial component of this settlement, valued at $25 million, included the option to buy and lease back Crown properties in Wellington City, including Archives New Zealand, the National Library of New Zealand, the ...

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Karakia – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-6-2  E rere te kotare Ki runga i te puwharawhara Ruru ai ia o parirau Kei maku o kuao i te ua Mao, mao te ua Fly o kingfisher On to the bunch of astelia And there shake your wings Lest your young become wet by the rain Cease, cease the rain. 2. The kī tao type of karakia was used to infuse a weapon with power in battle. Tā kopito was a karakia ...

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Te Ahukaramū – Whakapapa – genealogy – Te Ara

2021-7-15  Te Ahukaramū and his wife Manumea sit on the ground in their cloaks. Te Ahukaramū, a renowned chief of Ngāti Raukawa, gave a creation whakapapa which progressed from Te Pō (the night) to Te Ao (the day), and another, part of which showed Te Kore (the void) changing to Te Mangu (the darkness) to Ranginui (the sky father).

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Threatened fungi – Fungi – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New

2021-6-13  Some of New Zealand’s native fungi are listed as endangered or threatened species. They include a truffle-like fungus known as Fischer’s egg (Claustula fischeri, top), and a large bracket fungus (bottom).Fischer’s egg is found at two places in New Zealand

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Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand Ministry for ...

2021-8-20  Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand has been built by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage Manatū Taonga over the last 12 years. It is a comprehensive guide to the country’s peoples, natural environment, history, culture, economy, institutions and society. Te Ara has been developed in themes; Māori New Zealanders and New Zealand ...

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Te Ara – Encyclopedia Of New Zealand Features New

2021-8-25  Media release: 21 September 2020. To mark the commencement of New Zealand sign language week (21 to 27 September 2020), Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, features a story celebrating the genesis of one of Aotearoa’s official languages.. Neill Atkinson, Chief Historian at Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage says the story describes the history of New Zealand Sign

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Te Ara - New Zealand Online Encyclopedia Records NZ

Te Ara is an online encyclopedia of New Zealand with over 3000 biographical stories and 30000 images. It covers a range of topics through the sections including: There are also features on the major geographic regions throughout the country. You can read the encyclopedia

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The Online Encyclopedia of New Zealand: Te Ara

2013-11-3  The Online Encyclopedia of New Zealand TE ARA IN JULY 2001 the Ministry for Culture and Heritage received government funding to begin work on a new encyclopedia of New Zealand to be progressively published online over the subsequent nine years. A happy coincidence of factors brought about this event. The most obvious, of course, was the support ...

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After 1840 – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-7-15  Te Āti Awa of Wellington shared in the treaty settlement signed on 19 August 2008 with Taranaki Whānui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika. The financial component of this settlement, valued at $25 million, included the option to buy and lease back Crown properties in Wellington City, including Archives New Zealand, the National Library of New Zealand, the ...

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Major new feature on Waikato region in Te Ara ...

2021-9-2  “The Encyclopedia of New Zealand, Te Ara website is a widely accessed resource for comprehensive and reliable information about New Zealand, its people, places and history. The Waikato entry will be an invaluable resource for schoolchildren, their parents, those interested in the region, and local and international visitors to the Waikato.”

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Copyright – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-7-12  Please contact Manatū Taonga, PO Box 5364, Wellington 6145, New Zealand. Tel: +64 4 499 4229; Fax: +64 4 499 4490; Email: [email protected] govt.nz. This notice also applies to Te Ara's blog website, Signposts. Use of RSS feeds

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Waikato – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-7-4  In 1831 a Ngāpuhi war party led by Te Haramiti was beaten by Ngāti Hauā and Ngāi Te Rangi following an attack on Tūhua (Mayor Island). In 1831–32 Te Wherowhero of Waikato captured Pukerangiora, a Te Āti Awa pā in north Taranaki. At Ngāmotu pā, at present-day New Plymouth, Te Āti Awa managed to hold out against Waikato.

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Threatened fungi – Fungi – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New

2021-6-13  Some of New Zealand’s native fungi are listed as endangered or threatened species. They include a truffle-like fungus known as Fischer’s egg (Claustula fischeri, top), and a large bracket fungus (bottom).Fischer’s egg is found at two places in New Zealand

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Links and sources – Nihoniho, Matutaera – Te Ara ...

2021-6-5  Me pēnei te tohu i te whārangi: Steven Oliver. Links and sources for 'Nihoniho, Matutaera', Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, first published in 1990, updated January, 2002 .

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