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Nueva Zelanda
Bag-o nga Zelanda
New Zealand
Aotearoa  (Minaori)
Nasodnon nga awit"God Defend New Zealand"
"God Save the Queen"1
Kapital (Pamunuan) Wellington
41°17′S 174°27′E / 41.283°S 174.45°E / -41.283; 174.45
Gidako-i nga syudad Auckland2
(Mga) Opisyal nga Pinulongan English (98%)3
Māori (4.2%)3
NZ Sign Language (0.6%)3
(Mga) Ethniko nga Grupo  78% European/Other4
14.6% Māori4
9.2% Asian4
6.9% Pacific peoples4
Demonimo New Zealander,
Kiwi (colloquial)
Kagamhanan Parliamentary democracy and Constitutional monarchy
 -  Head of State HM Queen Elizabeth II
 -  Governor-General Sir Anand Satyanand
 -  Prime Minister John Key
 -  Speaker Dr Lockwood Smith
 -  Chief Justice Dame Sian Elias
Independence from the United Kingdom 
 -  1st Parliament 25 May 18545 
 -  Dominion 26 September 19075 
 -  Statute of Westminster 11 December 1931 (adopted 25 November 1947) 
 -  Constitution Act 1986 13 December 1986 
Kahaluag
 -  Bug-os 268,021 nga km2 (74th)
103,483  nga kw nga mi 
 -  Katubigan nga (%) 2.1
Katawhan
 -  2014 nga banabana 4,652,369[1] (123rd)
 -  2006 census 4,027,9476 
 -  Densidad 16.1/km2 (201st)
41.6/kw nga mi
GDP (PPP) 2008 nga banabana
 -  Total $115.809 billion[2] (60)
 -  Per capita $27,083[2] (34)
GDP (nominal) 2008 nga banabana
 -  Total $128.409 billion[2] (54)
 -  Per capita $30,030[2] (28)
Gini (1997) 36.2 (medium
HDI (2009) 0.950[3] (very high) (20th)
Salapî New Zealand dollar (NZD)
Zona hin oras NZST7 (UTC+12)
 -  Summer (DST) NZDT (UTC+13)
(Sep to Apr)
Mga format hin petsa dd/mm/yyyy
Namanehar ha left
Internet nga TLD .nz8
Kodigo hin pagtawag +64
1 "God Save the Queen" is officially a national anthem but is generally used only on regal and vice-regal occasions. [4][5]
2 Auckland is the largest urban area; Auckland City is the largest incorporated city.
3 Percentages add to more than 100% because some people speak more than one language. They exclude unusable responses and those who spoke no language (e.g. too young to talk).[6]
4 Percentages add to more than 100% because some people identify with more than one ethnic group.[7]
5 There is a multitude of dates that could be considered to mark independence (see Independence of New Zealand).
6 Number of people who usually live in New Zealand.[8]
7 The Chatham Islands have a separate time zone, 45 minutes ahead of the rest of New Zealand.
8 The territories of Niue, the Cook Islands and Tokelau have their own cctlds, .nu, .ck and .tk respectively.

An New Zealand (daan nga Winaray ngan Kinatsila: Nueva Zelanda; ha literal nga Winaray: Bag-o nga Zelanda) amo an isla nga nasod han Kalawdan Pacifico. An kapital hini amo an syudad han Wellington.

Mga kasarigan[igliwat | edit source]

  1. Estimated resident population clock. Statistics New Zealand. Last calculated 22 Septyembre 2014.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 New Zealand. International Monetary Fund. Ginkità dida han 2009-10-01.
  3. HDI of New Zealand. The United Nations. Retrieved 21 July 2009.
  4. New Zealand's National Anthems. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Ginkità dida han 2008-02-17.
  5. Protocol for using New Zealand's National Anthems. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Ginkità dida han 2008-02-17.
  6. Statistics New Zealand:Language spoken (total responses) for the 1996-2006 censuses (Table 16). Statistics New Zealand: (2006-12-21). Ginkità dida han 2008-02-20.
  7. Didham, Robert; Potter, Deb; and Allan, Jo-anne (April 2005). Understanding and Working with Ethnicity Data. Statistics New Zealand. ISBN 9780478315059. Retrieved 2009-04-14. 
  8. Batakan:NZ Quickstats