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Commander of the Royal Netherlands Navy

The Commander of the Royal Netherlands Navy is the highest-ranking officer of the Royal Netherlands Navy. The CZsk reports directly to the Chief of the Netherlands Defence Staff. The position of CZsk was created on 5 September 2005, following a l ...

                                               

Auckland Marine Rescue Centre

The Auckland Marine Rescue Centre is the control centre for the Coastguard Northern Region and Surf Lifesaving Northern Region, New Zealand. It also houses other marine services such as the Harbourmaster and the Maritime Police. It is located in ...

                                               

Chairman of Committees (New Zealand House of Representatives)

The Chairman of Committees was an elected position of the New Zealand House of Representatives. The role existed between 1854 and 1992. The roles of the Chairman of Committees were to deputise for the Speaker, and to chair the House when it was i ...

                                               

Chairman of Committees (New Zealand Legislative Council)

The Chairman of Committees was an elected position of the New Zealand Legislative Council. The role was established in 1865 and existed until the abolition of the Legislative Council. The roles of the Chairman of Committees were to deputise for t ...

                                               

Kawanatanga

Kāwanatanga is a word derived from the Māori language of New Zealand. Kāwanatanga was first used in the Declaration of Independence of New Zealand, 1835. It reappeared in 1840 when the Treaty of Waitangi was being translated from English into Māo ...

                                               

Provinces of New Zealand

The provinces of the Colony of New Zealand existed as a form of sub-national government. Established in 1841, each province had its own legislature and was built around the six original planned settlements or "colonies". By 1873 the number of pro ...

                                               

Republicanism in New Zealand

Republicanism in New Zealand is a political position that holds that New Zealands system of government should be changed from a constitutional monarchy to a republic. New Zealand republicanism dates back to the 19th century, although until the la ...

                                               

Criminal Investigation Branch

The Criminal Investigation Branch is one of the main branches of the New Zealand Police and it is dedicated to investigating and solving serious crime, and targeting organized crime and recidivist criminals. The CIB has existed since the civil Po ...

                                               

Independent Police Conduct Authority

The Independent Police Conduct Authority is an independent civilian oversight body that considers complaints against the New Zealand Police and oversees their conduct. It derives its responsibilities and powers from the Independent Police Conduct ...

                                               

National Law Enforcement System

The National Law Enforcement System, better known as the Wanganui Computer, was a database set up in 1976 by the State Services Commission in Wanganui, New Zealand. It held information which could be accessed by New Zealand Police, Land Transport ...

                                               

New Zealand environmental law

Environmental law in New Zealand is an increasingly well defined body of national law that has a specialist court, The Environment Court of New Zealand, to decide related issues.

                                               

Buddle Findlay

In 1895 the Wellington firm of Buller & Anderson was founded, shortly thereafter in 1899 Findlay Dalziell & Co was founded. Buller & Anderson became Buddle Anderson Kent & Co following a series of mergers, while Findlay Dalziell & Co would eventu ...

                                               

Renshaw Edwards

Renshaw Edwards was a disgraced law firm consisting of Patrick John Renshaw and Keith Edwards that operated from Upper Hutt, New Zealand. Renshaw and Edwards were exposed in 1992 for committing New Zealand’s largest fraud by a law firm. In a biza ...

                                               

Russell McVeagh

Russell McVeagh is a New Zealand law firm with offices in Auckland and Wellington. Along with Bell Gully and Chapman Tripp, it is considered to be one of the "big three".

                                               

Otago Law Review

Otago Law Review is a peer reviewed academic law review of the Faculty of Law of the University of Otago. It publishes articles and notes related to study and practice of law, with special focus on issues involving New Zealand law. The Otago Law ...

                                               

University of Auckland Law School

Auckland Law School is one of the eight faculties that make up the University of Auckland. The Faculty of Law is located at the City Campus, between Waterloo Quadrant and Eden Crescent. It is in close proximity to the Auckland High Court. In 2020 ...

                                               

Electoral Act 1993

The Electoral Act 1993 "establishes the electoral agencies, electoral system, election processes, how MPs are replaced between elections, registration processes for political parties and logos, enrolment and electoral roll requirements, and provi ...

                                               

Waikato-Maniapoto Maori Claims Settlement Act 1946

The Waikato-Maniapoto Maori Claims Settlement Act 1946 was an Act of Parliament passed by the New Zealand Parliament on 7 October 1946. The purpose of the act was "to effect a Final Settlement of certain Claims relating to the Confiscation of Mao ...

                                               

M1885 Remington–Lee

The M1885 Remington–Lee is a bolt-action, box magazine repeating rifle designed principally by James Paris Lee.

                                               

Weaponry of the New Zealand Army

New Zealand decided in 2003 to replace its existing fleet of M113 Armored Personnel Carriers, purchased in the 1960s, with the NZLAV, and the M113s were decommissioned by the end of 2004. An agreement made to sell the M113s via an Australian weap ...

                                               

George Shelley (soldier and adventurer)

George Shelley was a sailor, soldier, engineer and adventurer from New Zealand. From a young age George Shelley became a sailor. In the second World War he fought against Rommel. After Rommels defeat, he came on a visit to Mandatory Palestine, at ...

                                               

Chief of Army (New Zealand)

Chief of Army is the effective commander of the New Zealand Army, responsible to the Chief of Defence Force for raising, training and sustaining those forces necessary to meet agreed government outputs. The CA acts as principal advisor to the CDF ...

                                               

List of New Zealand Army Corps

The following is a list of the Corps of the New Zealand Army, ordered according to the traditional seniority of all the Corps. Royal New Zealand Chaplains Department Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps The Corp ...

                                               

Stony Batter

Stony Batter is a historic defence installation at the northeastern end of Waiheke Island, Auckland, New Zealand. It is sited within a 50-acre scenic reserve of the same name, owned by the New Zealand Department of Conservation. The park serves d ...

                                               

Structure of the New Zealand Army

This article describes the current structure of the New Zealand Army. It includes the armys order of battle and the headquarters locations of major units.

                                               

Wrights Hill Fortress

Wrights Hill Fortress is a counter bombardment coastal artillery battery in the Karori suburb of Wellington, New Zealand. It was built between 1942 and 1947 and is predominantly underground, with numerous tunnels linking the war shelters, gun emp ...

                                               

Invercargill March

The Invercargill March is a march written by Alex Lithgow and named after his home town of Invercargill, on the South Island of New Zealand. The Invercargill rates alongside John Philip Sousas "Stars and Stripes Forever", Kenneth Alfords "Colonel ...

                                               

Chief of Air Force (New Zealand)

Chief of Air Force is the most senior appointment in the Royal New Zealand Air Force, responsible to the Chief of Defence Force. The post was originally known as the Chief of the Air Staff.

                                               

Structure of the Royal New Zealand Air Force

The Royal New Zealand Air Force is organised into a small number of flying squadrons and ground-based units. Most of the RNZAFs operational and training units are stationed at RNZAF Base Auckland and RNZAF Base Ohakea in the North Island. Several ...

                                               

Chief of Navy (New Zealand)

Chief of Navy commands the Royal New Zealand Navy and is responsible to the Chief of Defence Force for raising, training and sustaining those forces necessary to meet agreed government outputs. The CN acts as principal advisor to the CDF on Navy ...

                                               

Maritime Component Commander (New Zealand)

The Maritime Component Commander is the officer of Commodore rank who directs all the operational forces of the Royal New Zealand Navy. The current postholder is Captain D.G. McEwan, appointed 1 March 2018. MCC directs all the ships of the Navy a ...

                                               

Minesweepers of the Royal New Zealand Navy

Commissioned minesweepers and danlayers of the Royal New Zealand Navy from its formation on 1 October 1941 to the present. The RNZN was created two years into World War II. For coherence this article covers the war years from the start, and thus ...

                                               

New Zealand Division of the Royal Navy

The New Zealand Division of the Royal Navy also known as the New Zealand Station was formed in 1921 and remained in existence until 1941. It was the precursor to the Royal New Zealand Navy. Originally, the Royal Navy was solely responsible for th ...

                                               

Royal New Zealand Navy plans

The Defence White Paper was released by the New Zealand Government in June 2016. Policy intentions regarding the replacement of existing ships are contained in the Defence White Paper and the 2016 Defence Capability Plan. Plans out to 2030 includ ...

                                               

4th New Zealand Contingent

The 4th New Zealand Contingent was one of ten contingents of New Zealand volunteers for service during the Second Boer War. It served from April 1900 through to June 1901. The contingent went from New Zealand to Beira, Portuguese East Africa in t ...

                                               

Nelson Battalion of Militia

The Nelson Battalion of Militia was formed 12 August 1845 under the terms of the Militia Act of 1845. This made the Nelson Battalion of Militia the first Army unit to be formed in the South Island and indeed one of the first in New Zealand. The 2 ...

                                               

Tūrangawaewae

Tūrangawaewae Marae is located in the town of Ngāruawāhia in the Waikato region of the North Island of New Zealand. A very significant marae, it is the headquarters for the Māori King Movement and the official residence and reception centre of th ...

                                               

Monarchy New Zealand

Monarchy New Zealand is a national, non-partisan, not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to promote, support and defend the constitutional monarchy of New Zealand. In addition to the general public, the organisations membership includes a n ...

                                               

Auckland Central (New Zealand electorate)

Auckland Central is a New Zealand electoral division returning one member to the New Zealand House of Representatives. Its current representative is Nikki Kaye, a member of the National Party; she has represented the seat since 2008.

                                               

Bay of Plenty (New Zealand electorate)

Bay of Plenty is a New Zealand electoral division returning one member to the New Zealand House of Representatives. The current representative is Todd Muller of the National Party, first elected at the 2014 election. He replaced Tony Ryall, also ...

                                               

Botany (New Zealand electorate)

Botany is a New Zealand parliamentary electorate, returning one Member of Parliament to the New Zealand House of Representatives. It was contested for the first time at the 2008 general election, and won by Pansy Wong for the National Party. Foll ...

                                               

Christchurch Central

Christchurch Central is a New Zealand parliamentary electorate in the South Island city of Christchurch. The electorate was established for the 1946 election and, until 2011 had always been won by the Labour Party. Since 2008, the incumbent was B ...

                                               

Christchurch East

Christchurch East, originally called Christchurch City East, is a current New Zealand parliamentary electorate. It was first created for the 1871 election and was abolished for two period, from 1875–1905 and again from 1946–1996. It was last crea ...

                                               

Clutha-Southland

Clutha-Southland is a parliamentary constituency returning one member to the New Zealand House of Representatives. The current MP for Clutha Southland is Hamish Walker of the National Party. He has held the seat since the 2017 general election.

                                               

Coromandel (New Zealand electorate)

Coromandel is a New Zealand electoral division returning one member to the House of Representatives. It is currently represented by Scott Simpson, a member of the National Party.

                                               

Dunedin North (New Zealand electorate)

Dunedin is a New Zealand parliamentary electorate, returning one Member of Parliament to the New Zealand House of Representatives. It was established for the 1905 election and has existed since. It is currently held by David Clark of the New Zeal ...

                                               

Dunedin South

Dunedin South is a New Zealand parliamentary electorate. It first existed from 1881 to 1890, then from 1905 to 1946 and was re-established for the introduction of MMP in 1996. A Labour Party stronghold, it has been represented by Clare Curran sin ...

                                               

East Coast (New Zealand electorate)

East Coast is a New Zealand parliamentary electorate, returning one Member of Parliament to the New Zealand House of Representatives. The electorate first existed from 1871 to 1893, and was recreated in 1999. The current MP for East Coast is Anne ...

                                               

East Coast Bays (New Zealand electorate)

East Coast Bays is a New Zealand parliamentary electorate. It was first formed in 1972 and has existed apart from a break lasting two parliamentary terms. The electorate has been held by Erica Stanford of the National Party since the 2017 general ...

                                               

Epsom (New Zealand electorate)

Epsom is a New Zealand parliamentary electorate, returning one Member of Parliament to the New Zealand House of Representatives. As of the 2017 general election, its member of parliament is David Seymour. Epsom has been an important electorate in ...

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