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Government (New Zealand)

Junior Secondary (Years 7 - 10)

New Zealand has a democratic system of government, with elections taking place every three years. The head of government is the Prime Minister. The system of...

Entry last updated: 15/07/22
Sustainability

Senior Secondary (Years 11 - 13)

A sustainable situation is one that can continue. Examples of sustainability include an environment that can maintain a certain level of biodiversity, or an ...

Entry last updated: 26/05/22
Treaty of Waitangi

Junior Secondary (Years 7 - 10)

Te Tiriti o Waitangi, or the Treaty of Waitangi, was signed on 6 February 1840, and since that time it has been the basis for the relationship between Māori ...

Entry last updated: 26/05/22
Globalisation

Junior Secondary (Years 7 - 10)

Globalisation or globalization is the way in which our world has become more integrated, or joined up. It is about economics and trade, science and technolog...

Entry last updated: 26/05/22
Deforestation

Junior Secondary (Years 7 - 10)

Forests are a vital part of life on earth, and many animals and people rely on forests to survive. Deforestation is when forests are cleared or thinned out, ...

Entry last updated: 26/05/22
Kiwiana (New Zealand)

Senior Primary (Years 5 - 8)

The culture of New Zealand is unique. It includes bits of history from various sections of society that go to make up New Zealand. You can see it in items li...

Entry last updated: 28/04/22
1080 (sodium fluoroacetate)

Senior Secondary (Years 11 - 13)

1080 is a poison that has been used in New Zealand since the 1950s to control the populations of invasive species such as possums, rats, stoats, deer and rab...

Entry last updated: 25/05/22
Declaration of Independence (New Zealand)

Senior Secondary (Years 11 - 13)

He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga – The Declaration of Independence was signed on 28 October 1835 by 34 northern Māori chiefs. The document declared the in...

Entry last updated: 26/05/22