King Country


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King Country

n
(Placename) the King Country an area in the centre of North Island, New Zealand: home of the King Movement, a nineteenth-century Māori separatist movement
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So it was that Thomas headed to the other side of the world to link up with the Otorohanga club in King Country, Waikato.
NZNO was represented by primary health-care industrial adviser Chris Wilson, organiser Julie Governor, professional nursing adviser Angela Clark, and two delegates, Trish Herrick from Waikeria Prison in the King Country and Gabrielle Allen from Arohata Women's Prison in Wellington.
A New Zealand friend of my father found a place for me with the Otorohanga club in King Country, so here I am."
Active since the 1960s, Mongrel Mob is a New Zealand-based, organized street gang that has a network of more than thirty chapters, most active especially in King Country, Opotiki, Waikato and Hastings.
Dancing with The King: The Rise and Fall of the King Country, 1864-1885.
Being developed by North Shore Builders, the 47-acre community is on the former King Country Estate, said to be the inspiration for F.
At the Rotorua Shears, the day after winning the tour opener, they were comfortably beaten by a pair of King Country shearers.
Meads played 133 times for the All Blacks between 1957 and 1971, appearing in 55 Tests, and the King Country lock earned an international reputation for his fierce play.
Meads worked as a sheep farmer in King Country in New Zealand's North Island where it was said he used to run up and down hills with two of his animals under his arms.
?Googling a runner Waitomo 2.30 Redcar The Waitomo caves is a village and solutional cave system (made out of Limestone) forming a major tourist attraction in the northern King Country region of the North Island of New Zealand, 12km north-west of Te Kuiti.
Sissy could work the next thirty years or forty years for King Country Library Systems.