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AA Maps
Design your own travel maps in New Zealand.

"AA Maps is New Zealand's most comprehensive mapping information service. You can use it to find anything from a simple street map, to get driving directions, to locating points of interest, and places to stay when you arrive. All you have to do is choose from the options listed. It's that easy."
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Date: 29-07-2006


Added: 05-07-2006 - Updated: 12-07-2006
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AA Roadwatch
Daily closed roads/warning reports for all roads around New Zealand.


A site run by the Automobile Association, with data from Transit New Zealand.

Added: 13-07-2007 - Updated: -
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Archives New Zealand
The official site of Archives New Zealand, "the official guardian of New Zealand's heritage documents"

"Archives New Zealand is the official guardian of New Zealand's heritage documents. We gather, store and protect an extremely wide range of material. Our holdings include the originals of the Treaty of Waitangi, government files and records, maps, paintings, photos and film. Archives New Zealand's two main roles are

* to ensure governments' activities are recorded and the records are kept permanently; and

* to provide access to these records.

"Many different people and organisations use the materials held at Archives New Zealand. They document rights and entitlements and provide evidence of government activity. The materials also record history and document the relationship between Māori and the Crown. The archives are often used to research Treaty of Waitangi claims or trace whakapapa and ancestry."
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Added: 04-07-2006 - Updated: 05-07-2006
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Auckland restaurants: food gradings
The Auckland City Council's food gradings for all food service outlets in its area

Check before you dine!

Added: 10-08-2006 - Updated: -
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Auckland traffic
Transit New Zealand's updated report on the Auckland traffic.


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Added: 05-07-2006 - Updated: 12-07-2006
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Bargains4u
An online auction site in New Zealand

Online auctions, free standard listings, free relists, auto relists, members forums.
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Added: 04-07-2006 - Updated: 29-07-2006
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David Farrar's Blogsite
... or "KiwiBlog"

Kiwiblog is an interesting sampling of (mainly) rightwing views, built around those of Farrar himself. The site says nothing about itself, and provides no means of asking anyone anything about it - like "What's this all about, please?" - for links in the site to its owner don't work. I had to telephone him to make contact, and have invited him to provide a brief explanation of the site's reason for being. Maybe I'll get one; maybe I won't. If I do, I'll put it in here.

Meanwhile, here is an excerpt from Farrar's Wikipedia entry (is there anyone alive who doesn't have a Wikipedia bio now? I must see whether my 12- and 17-year old children have organised entries for themselves yet ...):

"David P Farrar (born 1967) is a New Zealand political activist, blogger and pollster who is also a frequent comentator in the media on Internet issues. Farrar had held many roles within the New Zealand National Party, including Volunteer Campaign Manager for National's Wellington Central candidate Mark Blumsky in the 2005 general election. He has worked in Parliament for the last four National Party Leaders. His blog, Kiwiblog, is one of the most widely read in New Zealand and receives three to four times as many comments as any other New Zealand blog. In August 2006, National Party leader Don Brash commented on the blog ... Previously, Farrar worked as a staff member of the Leader of the Opposition (1999-2004), a staff member at National Head Office (1999 and 2004), a staff member in the Office of the Prime Minister (under Jim Bolger and later Jenny Shipley) 1997-1999."

A note added on 16 Deecmber 2006:

Mr Farrar has replied as follows:

Apologies for the late reply David. My suggestion text for the blog is: "David Farrar's Kiwiblog is NZ's most popular blog. News and views on politics, technology and anything else of interest to the author."

Hmmmmmm.

Added: 03-10-2006 - Updated: 16-12-2006
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Destiny New Zealand
The official website of Destiny New Zealand

Destiny New Zealand, a Christian political party in New Zealand, centres around the charismatic/pentecostal Destiny Church, founded and led by the televangelist Brian Tamaki. The party describes itself as "centre-right", and places a strong focus on traditional family values. It does not hold any seats in Parliament.

From the website:

All of our policies are based on the timeless principle that the family is the cornerstone of society and marriage is the cornerstone of the family. Families impact on every sector of society. The breakdown of families is a primary cause of all problems that impact on the health and stability of our country.

For this reason, Destiny New Zealand policies aim to protect, empower and prosper New Zealand families.
In 'protecting' the family, Destiny New Zealand aims to: I. Protect the 'institution of marriage' (Between one man and one woman), which is the universally tried and proven stable basis for raising children. Families centred on marriage generally provide the best environment for child development and contribute powerfully to the overall health and vitality of society.
II. Uphold the rule of law and to administer justice, thereby creating and maintaining a safe environment for our families to live, work and play.

By 'empowering' the family, the party aims to strengthen families by fostering a marriage culture and providing greater recognition and support to families centred on marriage. The party also aims to uphold and positively promote the roles of parenting, fatherhood and motherhood throughout its policies.
By 'prospering' the family, the party aims to keep more money in the home through lower taxes and by providing greater opportunity for families to accumulate wealth and assets for the benefit of future generations. In this way, we begin a cycle whereby children are born into asset and not debt - freedom and not dependency.
Destiny New Zealand is fully committed to supporting sole-parent families, both practically and financially. However, the time-honoured institution of marriage will remain the benchmark and standard of normative family in Destiny New Zealand policy.
Our Family Policy is the foundation of all our policies and will remain the priority of the party's objectives in government. By using the Family Policy as our foundation policy, other policies are developed in the light of how they can positively contribute towards our vision of strong, prosperous families underpinning a strong, prosperous nation.

With Destiny New Zealand, your family is our priority.
"Strong families mean less government - that's got to be a good thing!"
Richard Lewis - Leader


Added: 10-08-2006 - Updated: 10-08-2006
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Dominon Post
A web page based on the Wellington newspaper, the Dominion Post

Incredibly, the Dominion Post does not have its own website.

* It does have an "About Me" type page on the Fairfax site. See:

http://www.fairfaxnz.co.nz/businesses/dompost.html

* And it has the page whose link is provided in this entry in The Unscrambled Web, which is part of the "stuff.co.nz" site. It doesn't show you what the paper looks like, and is an unreliable guide to what is in the paper on any day, but it's the best we have.

Added: 01-10-2006 - Updated: 01-10-2006
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Dr Michael Bassett
The official website of Dr Michael Bassett, New Zealand historian

Dr Michael Bassett is probably New Zealand’s best known political historian. He is the author of nine books on New Zealand political history and is currently working on several more. He also writes a political column every second week for Wellington’s Dominion Post and Christchurch’s The Press.

Dr Bassett was New Zealand Minister of Health and Local Government between 1984 and 1987 and Minister of Internal Affairs, Local Government, Civil Defence and Arts & Culture between 1987 and 1990.

He spent ten years (1994-2004) as a tribunal member of the Waitangi Tribunal that deals with the claims of New Zealand’s indigenous people, the Maori.


Added: 27-09-2006 - Updated: -
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Food in a Minute
"New Zealand's favourite website for quick, free recipes site for quick and easy dinner ideas. Save them in your online cookbook to use again and again!"

A site, sponsored by Foodtown, NZ Pork, Tararua, Tegel and Woolworths, which featues recipes.

From the About Us page:

Welcome to Food in a Minute. With hundreds of free online recipes, it's the quick way to search for easy dinner recipes, ideas for everyday family meals and inspirational food for special occasions.

Search for quick recipes
We've made it really easy to search for recipes - whether you're looking for something specific, or just inspiration for tonight's meal - there are lots of different ways to search to get the results you want. To find recipes for a particular ingredient, enter that word, (for example, 'asparagus') in the keyword search box and click 'go'. Our search will give you all the Food in a Minute recipes that contain that ingredient.

Or, you can also choose from any of the recipe categories listed in the left hand navigation panel on every page. You can even do an advanced search where you can select a combination of categories to refine your search - this is useful if you know what you want to eat tonight, but are looking for fresh ideas.

Search by the main ingredients:
Choose from easy chicken recipes, beef, lamb, mince & sausages, pork & bacon, seafood, easy pasta recipes, rice & grains, eggs, vegetables, or fruit.

You can also search within our popular collections:

Food in a Minute Favourites: our most popular recipes.

Comfort Food: hearty food for cold winter nights

Café Food: quick easy tasty meals using today's most popular ingredients

Kiwi Classics: traditional favourite New Zealand recipes and exciting new ways with our best produce

Salads: healthy recipes for hot summer nights

Vegetarian: meatless meals in minutes

Simple, but special: when you want to celebrate - without a fuss

Desserts and Baking: all the sweet things, easy dessert recipes and smoothie recipes

Kids in the kitchen: easy recipes for kids.

Added: 07-01-2007 - Updated: 07-01-2007
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God Defend New Zealand
Information about and lyrics to New Zealand's national anthem.

This site includes the lyrics (English and Maori) of God Defend New Zealand, the music, and a recording of the anthem by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
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Hundertwasser
The official site of Friedrich Hundertwasser, Austrian artist, painter & philosopher


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Added: 05-07-2006 - Updated: 25-10-2009
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Investigate Magazine
The website of what describes itself as "New Zealand's best current affairs magazine"

If "Investigate" is "New Zealand's best current affairs magazine" this is probably because it's the only one.

Or are we meant to think of "The Lessener" as a current affairs magazine?

Anyway, here it is. Ian Wishart is a very strange fellow, and here's where you can read about the very strange things he says and does.

Added: 15-05-2007 - Updated: -
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Jewish websites in New Zealand
Links to New Zealand-based websites of interest to Jewish people in New Zealand

This is part of the Temple Sinai website. It identified the following Jewish organisations as having websites in NZ:

Wellington Hebrew Congregation
Wellington's orthodox congregation site

Kosher Co-op
Wellington's kosher food outlet. Also sells Judaica.The Co-op will supply all your Kosher requirements for your home or while you are on holiday touring New Zealand.

The Kiwi Kosher Directory
Now on-line and fully indexed

The Auckland Hebrew Congregation
Auckland's orthodox congregation site.

Beth Shalom Auckland
Auckland's progressive congregation site.

Kadimah College
Auckland's Jewish Day School

Habonim Dror
NZ's secular Zionist youth group.

Waikato Jewish Association
The Waikato Jewish Association is a constituted community organisation which has been active for very many years. Although there is no synagogue or other visible establishment, they can and do organise Jewish activities in Hamilton.

The Klezmer Rebs
Wellington's own Klezmer group. They are a hit with young and old alike.

One Community
A virtual community for the entire Jewish population of New Zealand. This site is dedicated to the promotion of all Jewish organizations and to providing a comprehensive array of information and services such as a Community Diary, business and community notices, an on-line booking & registration system and more.

Jews of New Zealand
A comprehensive Jewish web site. (CAUTION: I got a mass of pop-ups after checking this one out.)

New Zealand Jewish Page
Another comprehensive (Geocities) Jewish web site.

Added: 10-08-2006 - Updated: 10-08-2006
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