In Dunedin, New Zealand ~ an annual Jaffa Race which is a charity event which involves the rolling of over 30,000 Jaffas down the world steepest street. Each Jaffa is sponsored by one person, with prizes to the winner and funds raised going to charity.
Hine E Hine became the most familiar Maori song in NZ when, from 1979 to 1994, it was used as Tv Channel 2's closing-down song. Viewers were gently encouraged to follow the example of a cartoon kiwi tv technician who switched off the tv transmitter and went to sleep with his pet cat in the tv transmitter tower.
NZ currency - top to bottom: Sir Edmund Hillary (first man to climb Mt. Everest 1953), Kate Sheppard (NZ women's rights activist 1893), Queen Elizabeth II (Queen of British Commonwealth Realms 1952-present), Apirana Ngata (NZ politician 1905-1943), Ernest Rutherford (NZ nuclear physicist, Nobel prize in Chemistry 1908)
All Blacks Rugby Sign - I support the All Blacks and whoever's playing the Wallabies - New Zealand Rugby Union Kiwi Sign