The Tribune (NZ) - - YOUR HEALTH -

1. What is the world’s most cul­ti­vated ce­real crop? 2. Which dis­ease is named af­ter a pneu­mo­nia out­break at a con­ven­tion of the Amer­i­can Le­gion at Philadelphia in 1976? 3. Who was the first New Zealan­der to win an Olympic gold medal in ath­let­ics? 4. What is the favourite food of monarch but­ter­fly cater­pil­lars? 5. The star­board light on a ship is what colour? 6. What did NZ Post Of­fice em­ployee Robert Dickie in­vent in 1905 which came to be used around the world? 7. James Buchanan, US Pres­i­dent 1857-1861, was the only pres­i­dent who did not: at­tend church regularly, read and write, marry? 8. In which year did Elvis Pres­ley die? 9. What is the key in­gre­di­ent of latkes, pan­cakes for the Jewish fes­ti­val of Hanukkah? 10. Which planet or­bits clos­est to the Earth?

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