1. What iconic lighthouse is briefly shown at the start of TVNZ’s 6pm news?
2. The Pulitzer Prize-winning black American novelist Chloe Anthony Morrison is better known by what first name?
3. Cat Stevens had a hit record in 1971 with a version of what Christian hymn?
4. What tree comprises threequarters of Australia’s native forest?
5. In what country did the October Revolution take place?
6. Does the word satrap refer to a government official, an illicit sexual partner or a mode of transport?
7. What arteries supply blood to the head and neck?
8. England’s Tottenham Hotspurs Football Club is commonly referred to by what nickname?
9. What word can precede bite, wave or barrier?
10. What famous South Island high country sheep station took its name from an historical region in the Middle East?