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(Placename) Lake Taupo a lake in New Zealand, on central North Island: the largest lake of New Zealand. Area: 616 sq km (238 sq miles)


(ˈtaʊ poʊ)

Lake, a lake in N New Zealand, in central North Island: largest lake in New Zealand. ab. 234 sq. mi. (605 sq. km).
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As part of a new Old Mout's campaign to help Kiwis for Kiwi, I joined BBC Really Wild show presenter Michaela Strachan in the forests of Wairakei in nearby Taupo.
St John identified Taupo, Turangi and Te Awamutu as centres to start the roll-out of double crewing of all emergency road ambulance call-outs across the country.
8220;Our inaugural Golf Classic in May 2014 attracted DAE members from as far as Perth to take part in the unique friendly competition, which is fantastic for the Taupo region,” said DAE's Regional Manager, Australia New Zealand, Gary Fog.
It was nothing short of a miracle," said Roy Clements, chief executive of Skydive Taupo, which operated the plane.
Taupo has a strong, growing economy with low unemployment and a thriving business sector, says Kylie Hawker-Green from Enterprise Great Lake Taupo.
2 m depth, two of these AETLs (11 and 12) are installed in the base of the Taupo Ignimbrite, whereas AETL 10 is installed into Palaeosol layer 1 (Fig.
Coroner Wallace Bain said the case raised the issue of "what a 14-year-old boy is doing out on the streets of Taupo in the small hours of the morning with alcohol and predisposed, it seems, to such violent behaviour".
Another BU student, Margaret Theriault, was airlifted from the crash site to a hospital in Taupo and was in critical condition, the university said.
The South African players used these two days by exploring some of New Zealand's renowned landmarks including Lake Taupo, the snow-capped mountains in Queenstown as well as the bustling metropolis and harbour in Auckland.
Travel Business Review-August 9, 2011--Hilton Lake Taupo Opens New Boardroom(C)2011] ENPublishing - http://www.
Under the contract with the joint venture of Australia's McConnell Dowell, Canada's SNC-Lavalin and Parsons Brinkerhoff of the United States, Toshiba will deliver two 83 megawatt-class geothermal turbines in 2012 for the Te Mihi power plant in the Taupo volcanic zone.
The winner was chosen by an independent team of local motoring writers during a five-day test programme within the Taupo region.