The Tribune (NZ) - - Your Health -

1. On 12 April 1961, which pub­lisher and au­thor com­pleted a jour­ney on foot from North Cape to Bluff at the age of 85? 2. In which coun­try is Puc­cini’s Turandot set? 3. Was New Zealand ten­nis great Belinda Cord­well a left-handed or right-handed player? 4. Which Euro­pean car com­pany was sold to Amer­i­can Ford Mo­tor Com­pany in 1999? 5. What is in the cen­tre of the United Na­tions flag - a dove, olive branches or a world map? 6. A su­per­sti­tion ex­ists that se­ri­ous dis­as­ters will take place when which woman vis­its New Zealand? 7. In a novel by Richard Adams, what sort of an­i­mal is Hazel? 8. What are young pilchards called? 9. In pa­per sizes, which is smaller, A5 or A6? 10. Bees gath­er­ing honey­dew from which na­tive plant can re­sult in ill­ness from toxic honey: ngaio, karaka or tutu?

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