Jul 162012
 

1) Who is the Head of State of New Zealand?
a) President
b) Governor General
c) Monarch of UK
d) Prime Minister

2) When did the New Zealand win gold medal in hockey in Olympics?
a) 1964
b) 1972
c) 1976
d) 1984

3) How many wickets did Richard Hadlee take in Test cricket?
a) 307
b) 355
c) 373
d) 431

4) Who became the Governor General of New Zealand in 2006?
a) Anand Satyanand
b) Catherine Ann Tizard
c) Michael Hardie Boys
d) Paul Alfred Reeves

5) Which of the following is an official language of New Zealand?
a) Swahili
b) Maori
c) Basotho
d) Zulu

6) Which military alliance has New Zealand as its member?
a) ANZUS
b) NATO
c) OAS
d) CENTO

7) Who of the following cricketers played for New Zealand in 1987 World Cup?
a) Gladstone Small
b) Dipak Patel
c) Mark Ramprakash
d) Philip Defreitas

8) Who along with Tenzing Norgay is the first to reach the summit of Mt. Everest?
a) Edmund Hillary
b) George Everest
c) Eric Shipton
d) John Hunt

9) How many stars are in the flag of New Zealand?
a) Three
b) Four
c) Five
d) Six

10) Where did New Zealand send its troops in 1999 as part of the UN peace keeping force?
a) East Timor
b) Somalia
c) Haiti
d) Sudan

New Zealand Quiz Answers


1) Who is the Head of State of New Zealand?
c) Monarch of UK

2) When did the New Zealand win gold medal in Olympics?
c) 1976

3) How many wickets did Richard Hadlee take in Test cricket?
d) 431

4) Who became the Governor General of New Zealand in 2006?
a) Anand Satyanand

5) Which of the following is an official language of New Zealand?
b) Maori

6) Which military alliance has New Zealand as its member?
a) ANZUS

7) Who of the following cricketers played for New Zealand in 1987 World Cup?
b) Dipak Patel

8) Who along with Tenzing Norgay is the first to reach the summit of Mt. Everest?
a) Edmund Hillary

9) How many stars are in the flag of New Zealand?
b) Four

10) Where did New Zealand send its troops in 1999 as part of the UN peace keeping force?
a) East Timor

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