New Zealand People Search

People Search N. Zealand


Search for people in New Zealand (NZ) using free finder engines. Find name, cell phone number, address and email. Lookup a person in Wellington, Auckland...

Searching peoplesearches.nz 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.

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.

'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.

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 km˛ (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 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 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.

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 km˛ (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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