New Zealand People Search
New Zealand People Search

New Zealand People Search Services

Search for people in New Zealand (NZ) using free people-finder databases like Google, MSN and Yahoo. Find people by name, landline and cell phone numbers, email and physical address.

On any search (engine) website, in the search field, enter the names of people sought in double quotation marks to lessen the number of search returns and focus exactly on people with the names entered. For example, copy/paste this into the search field and search: "Russell Crowe".

To help eliminate records of people by that name, append New Zealand to the name in quotes to see only people by that name in or from New Zealand.

Using this tecnique on for the most famous New Zealander, (Russell Crowe) returns nothing. Searches of other common names from that land also return nothing. The 'registry' appears to have only 19 entries. Searches in these 'categories' appear to have the same result: Adoption Search, Business & Financial, International, Internet and Email, Missing Persons, Occupational Searches, Phone and Address, Professional Services, Public Records, School and University. It would appear that the owner of this website managed to achieve a top listing in Google for 'people search new zealand' and related terms by using those keywords in the domain name and title of the website home page.

When using search-engine data search services, try different ones as they don't all crawl the same websites or all of the websites in the world. Some content is bound to be different, especially in localized databases that only include data about people from specific countries or regions.

Also note that in viewing search results, the first listings of services at the top of the page are paid ads. More than likely visiting any of those sites will lead to paid search results. After the last paid ad in the display, the first listing will be of the first website than ranks highest for the search phrase used. Here again, even if the title and description of the listing herald 'free' services, the amount and quality of search results may be limited or disappointing, and only leading to paid search.

N. Zealand Reverse Phone Search

Use landline or cell phone numbers to search for people in the service shown below. Press the green button to perform a reverse phone search' for unlisted, personal and business phone numbers.

When viewing the search results remember that previous owners of the phone number searched may be presented as well. It's unlikely that those people would know anything about the person to whom the phone number is currently assigned.

A simple way of finding the user of the number is to dial the number, explain why you're calling and ask the person if he or she is willing to disclose his or her name.

New Zealand White Pages

A more reliable database of people information might be the N. Zealand White Pages where results are returned for a number of search inquiries. The site includes a handy map feature indicating the location of each person or business matching the search parameters. Left mouse click zooms in. Right mouse click zooms out. The focus of the map (area displayed) can be dragged and includes the areas of Auckland Region, Bay Of Plenty, Canterbury Region and Gisborne Region. Clicking the 'more link' displays more areas: West Coast, Wellington Region, Wanganui Region, Wairarapa, Waikato Region, Timaru Oamaru Region, Taranaki, Southland Region, Otago, Northland, Nelson Region, Marlborough Region, Manawatu Region and Hawkes Bay.

Search listings include name, address and links for showing a phone number as well as directions from your location to the target's location. Search results can be saved, bookmarked and shared.

If people being targeted can't be found, drill down through search listings for 'people search New Zealand' and look for arcane sources like property records, digitized newspapers (which include obituaries), archives in educational institutions and voter rolls. Regional or country tax assessors and collectors will also have current and historical information on real estate ownership.

New Zealand Property Records Search

LINZ (Land Information New Zealand) grants access to survey and title records kept for 'the Crown' (England) which controls New Zealand as a British Colony under the rule of a constitutional monarch (Queen Elizabeth II) who guarantees title to land. Land records store current accurate legal ownership of every square inch of privately-owned real estate in New Zealand as well has historical data which reveals registered transactions including dates, property descriptions (with legal boundaries from survey dimensions) and parties involved.

All of this information is stored in an electronic database named 'Landonline' which apparently is only accessible by licensed surveyors, conveyancers and attorneys (although professional assistance is available with research of historical information and the institution will entertain requests from the public for changes to minor issues like misspellings and incorrect legal descriptions). The archive includes scans of old paper documents in the Archives New Zealand Online Archway.

'Accessibility' refers to accessing the database for the purpose of entering or changing entries. Search of the database is open to the public and include historic Crown paper files, forms of documentation of land ownership and transfer, abstracts and journals, deeds, field books and notes, Cadastral Surveys, mortgage records and Records of Title.

Anyone can buy a copy of a title of N. Zealand property, search for land records, order a copy of or correct a land record.

New Zealand and Facebook

There are thousands of members in several groups in N. Zealand who may be queried about people being sought. Between the official Facebook page for New Zealand, the travel forum and immigration, there are about sixty-one thousand individuals. There are also groups for jobs, trade, work from home, marketplace, moving, dating and singles, music and speciality groups for backpackers, camping and tramping, ride share, buy and sell, linemen, Brits, Indians, Malayalees, Pakistanis, Sri Lankans and South Africans.

The New Zealand Labour Party has it's own Facebook page with one thousand eight hundred eighty plus followers making it a good resource for posting inquiries about people, especially if it they are known to be members of the party.

Business Search

'Yellow for your business' appears to be an invitation to business owners to pay for commercial listings: "Get customers finding you instead of you chasing them. We've got smart, cost-effective solutions that work hard for your business." Searching for a business appears to be free but the solicitation is for pay-per-click ads.

Globally YP employs approximately 12,000 staff and provides key services in the areas of integrated broadband solutions, connectivity, narrow band and interactive broadband (Internet Services), IT solutions and services and infrastructure.

New Zealand

New Zealand is a country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean comprising the South Island (Te Wai Pounamu) and the North Island (Te-Ika-a-Maui), and numerous smaller islands. NZ is a member of British Commonwealth and has an area of 268,680 km2 (103,738 sq mi). The largest city is Auckland and the capital is Wellington.

The name of the country "New Zealand" originated from 'Nova Zeelandia' with Dutch cartographers, after the Dutch province of "Zeeland". James Cook, the British explorer, anglicized it to New Zealand.

It is the only country in which all the highest offices have been occupied by women: Chief Justice Dame Sian Elias, Speaker of the House of Representatives Margaret Wilson, Prime Minister Helen Clark, Governor-General Dame Silvia Cartwright and Queen Elizabeth II were all in office between March 2005 and August 2006.

N Zealand has a developed, prosperous, modern economy with 106$ billion (estimated 2006 gross domestic product - 'GDP'). People have high living standard with a nation's estimated $26,000 GDP per capita. NZ also ranked 20th place on the 2006 Human Development Index and 15th world-wide quality-of-life index in The Economist's 2005.

The country heavily depends on trade, particularly in agricultural products. This leaves the nation to be vulnerable to slumps in global economic slowdowns and commodity prices. Its principal industries are horticulture, forestry, agriculture and fishing making up about half of the exports.

N. Zealand's diverse multi-cultural population is about 4 M (approx. 78% European descent). NZ is one of the least crowded countries in the world. People in New Zealand are called New Zealanders. The Indigenous Maori, the first settlers, is one of the largest minorities of about 14% of the population. The New Zealanders of European decent are known as "Pakeha". Most Pakeha are of Irish and British ancestry.

Linkedin is a site that is great for meeting business professionals in your field or similar ones to connect with. To get the most out of it you should make yourself a profile. In fact if you don't have a profile there is not much use to the site. It is made to network so if you don't take advantage of the social aspect you are just left with a search bar. However if you have found that networks are just useless displays then you can go directly to the search for jobs. You can plug in your city or the company that you want to work in or for and go from there. From here you can see what is going on on Linkedin in terms of jobs which is why most people frequent the site in the first place. You will see that Linkedin offers a plethora of wealth when it comes to this. One thing that I found when I had a Linkedin account is that it was easy to look up the people that I went to school with. I went to a small university and sometimes I wanted to see if I could reconnect with people on a business level. I never really found that I made connections outside of people that I was friends with but you can still ask others questions. Out of professional courtesy a lot of them will answer especially given your shared history. These answers should be taken with a grain of salt but can help if you're in an immediate pinch with a business situation.

MySpace was very popular in the 90s. MySpace was everything when it came to finding new bands and new people. Some people even utilized it as a dating site as well. I did once and I went on a date with a very nice guy in my city that friended me. It didn't work out long term probably because we connected on a superficial level but I still found him to be one of the nicer guys I've gone on a date with despite our differences. Ultimately nowadays it is not the largest social networking site. However from 2005 to 2008 it still was so it had a nice run. Even if you don't want an account you can go to the main site and search for anything. They give you some hints on what to search for on their website. For example they have a news section with headlines and pictures that rotate at the top. Given what MySpace was created to do it makes sense that they suggest music videos and people on the left-hand side. This gives you a taste of why everyone knew that MySpace was the place to find info on your favorite band. People even used to connect with the bands and attempt to create a discourse.

I Niu Tireni

He whenua nui a Aotearoa kei te tonga tonga o te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa kei te tonga o Te Wai Pounamu (Te Wai Pounamu) me te Ika a Maui (Te-Ika-a-Maui), me nga tini motu iti. He mema a NZ mo te Commonwealth o Ingarangi me te rohe e 268,680 km2 (103,738 sq mi). Ko te taone nui rawa atu ko Akarana ko te taone nui ko Poneke.

Ko te ingoa o te whenua "Niu Tireni" i ahu mai i 'Nova Zeelandia' me nga taakaro Tiamana, i muri mai i te kawanatanga Tatimana o "Zeeland". Ko James Cook, te kaihopara Ingarihi, i raru ki Aotearoa.

Koinei anake te whenua kei te whakahaerehia e nga wahine nga tari teitei katoa: Ko te Tumuaki Tumuaki ko Dame Sian Elias, te Tumuaki mo te Whare Ariki o Margaret Wilson, te Pirimia a Helen Clark, te Kawana-Tianara a Dame Silvia Cartwright me Kuini Elizabeth II i noho katoa. tari i waenganui o Maehe 2005 me Akuhata 2006.

Kua whakawhanakehia, kua pai te ao, te ohanga hou o Aotearoa i te 106 $ piriona (whakatau GDP 2006). He nui te noho ora o te iwi me te $ 26,000 te GDP mo te iwi kei te motu. I noho ano a Aotearoa ki te waahi tekau ma rua mo te Taura Whanaketanga Tangata 2006 me te whaimana 15-te ao-ora-ora-te-ora nei i te tau 2005.

Ka whakawhirinaki te whenua ki te tauhokohoko, otira ki nga hua ahuwhenua. Ka waiho tenei iwi ki te whakaraerae ki nga paheke o nga ohanga o te ao me nga utu o te taonga. Ko ona tino ahumahi he ahuwhenua, ngaherehere, ahuwhenua me te hii ika kei te haurua o te kaweake.

Ko te taupori maha-ahurea a N. Zealand kei te 4 M (tata atu ki te 78% nga uri Pakeha). Ko NZ tetahi o nga whenua tino iti o te ao. He iwi no Aotearoa e kiia ana he tangata no Aotearoa. Ko te Iwi Taketake, nga tangata noho tuatahi, ko tetahi o nga tokoiti nui rawa atu mo te 14% o te taupori. Ko nga Pakeha o Niu Tireni e kiia nei ko "Pakeha". Ko te nuinga o nga Pakeha he tipuna na Irish me Peretana.

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