Waikato


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Wai·ka·to

 (wī-kä′tō)
A river of New Zealand rising in central North Island and flowing about 425 km (265 mi) northwest to the Tasman Sea. It is the longest river in the country.

Waikato

(ˈwaɪˌkɑːtəʊ)
n
(Placename) the longest river in New Zealand, flowing northwest across North Island to the Tasman Sea. Length: 350 km (220 miles)
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WAIKATO DISTRICT Health Board (DHB) chair Bob Simcock should resign because of his handling of the appointment and departure of DHB chief executive (CE) Nigel Murray, according to NZNO DHB industrial adviser Lesley Harry and the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS).
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These people, acting under 'the umbrella' of the then-unincorporated Waikato Branch of the New Zealand Railway and Locomotive Society, had arranged in 1971 for the acquisition of the locomotive from the national railway authority.
New Zealand businesses want the government to show greater leadership around carbon, waste and water issues, a University of Waikato study has found.
This paper is concerned with the case of the Waikato River in New Zealand.
People becoming affected by measles have reached an alarming 100 in the Waikato area of New Zealand.
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The journal has been at the University of Waikato since 2001.