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NZGeo
The magazine that celebrates our country in all its diversity - its people, places and wildlife.
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Wgtn City Libraries Sep 13
How long can penguins hold their breath? Find out the answer in New Zealand Geographic, free with your library card!
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Ellen Andersen Sep 9
Great little article about the differences between govt agency names in English and Te Reo Māori by Kennedy Warne
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NZGeo Sep 5
The Paparoa Great Walk will open next September, not April, has just announced.
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NZGeo Aug 27
Issue 153 is out now!
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RNZ Aug 27
🚀Great news for wannabe astronauts, satellite developers and space scientists - you're being encouraged to take up the opportunity to do an internship at NASA 🚀
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NZGeo Aug 25
It's your final chance to submit your entries to the country’s most popular, prestigious and richest photography competition! Submit your entries at before midday tomorrow. 📽: Mark Gee / Photographer of the Year Finalist 2017
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SirPeterBlakeTrust Aug 7
An exciting NZ-VR project we've been working on with and . Here's a sneak preview of what we'll be rolling out to schools in 2019!
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Brendon Harper 🇳🇿➡️🇬🇧🇪🇺 Aug 11
We must invest more in quality public spaces. They're positive for mental health, reduce the need for in-efficient oversized houses & much more.
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NZGeo Aug 14
It's the first day of the whitebait season. There are still no catch limits, even though four of the five fish species that we call whitebait are in trouble.
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Sustainable Seas Jun 28
Hot of the press! New issue of with feature on that has interviews with Julie Hall and , Simon Thrush , Steve Wing Conrad Pilditch Read the feature Photo
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Kate Evans Jun 28
And.. my latest opus is on Tiny Houses for - why New Zealanders are going tiny and what it all means: I couldn't have done it without and Arno Gasteiger's photos are stunning
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Ellen Rykers Jun 29
This lump of rock is Shoe Island in Port Ross, Auckland Island. It served as the settlement's prison, & was informally called "Rodd's Castle" after its first inhabitant: the chief medical surgeon. What did Dr Rodd do to end up here? Find out
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Jen Hillman Jul 2
Good to see our nationwide experiment in this week:
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Ellen Rykers Jul 2
If you need more of Jacinta's wisdom in your life... - this piece: - this piece:
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Mike Dickison Jul 2
Excellent resource on the famous Hāmana huia recording. The original disc sat unremarked in for years. I was the curator, and only learned it existed thanks to a article.
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Dacia Herbulock May 11
Brilliant job long form Feature Writer of the Year
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Science Media Centre NZ May 11
. wins magazine of the year for the second year running.
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Dacia Herbulock May 11
In absentia acceptance from for Magazine of the Yr. Congrats!
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Ellen Rykers May 2
~ BEETLE MANIA ~ This lil brown beetle is only found at one site near Cromwell, where it's threatened by Aussie redbacks 🕷 To save these insects, conservationists have enlisted the help of an unlikely ally: ferrets...
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Ellen Rykers Apr 29
y'all the latest came out today and it has a KEA EATING THE G OF GEOGRAPHIC on the cover I love it (and I love kea)
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