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Sir Apirana Ngata (1874 - 1950)

Sir Apirana Ngata (1874-1950) was a Ngati Porou leader, lawyer and politician. He is famous for his work in Māori land development and reform, and for his su... Entry last updated: 24/05/17

Māori myths and legends

Māori myths and legends run through all aspects of life in Aotearoa, from the creation of people to elements of the natural world such as the sea, sky, weath... Entry last updated: 03/08/17

Famous people

Famous people are people who are well known throughout the world for what they have done. They come from all areas of life, including politics, sport, music,... Entry last updated: 04/12/17

Cryptocurrency

A cryptocurrency is a virtual currency built on cryptographie. Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency and created by an anonymous computer programmer known as ... Entry last updated: 19/03/18

Tsunamis

Tsunamis are destructive surges of water or waves in a sea, or large lake. They are caused by a significant movement on the sea bed, from an earthquake, a vo... Entry last updated: 25/06/18

Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution began in England in the late 18th century. Populations of cities grew rapidly in this cultural shift, which marked the change from ... Entry last updated: 09/05/19

Digital citizenship

Digital citizenship is about the way people use the internet and interact with social media. It includes thinking critically about the things you find online... Entry last updated: 10/07/19

Russian Revolution 1917

The Russian Revolution which lasted from 1917 to 1923 marked the end of the Romanov dynasty or Russian Imperial Rule. The Bolsheviks, led by Vladimir Lenin s... Entry last updated: 27/07/18

Biology

Biology is the natural science that involves the study of life and living organisms from one-celled creatures to the most complex living organism of all - th... Entry last updated: 08/06/18

Canterbury earthquakes 2010-2011

At 4:35 am on 4 September 2010, an earthquake measuring 7.1 on the Richter Scale shook Christchurch west, in the Canterbury region causing damage to houses a... Entry last updated: 03/08/17
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