- n a native or inhabitant of Zealand
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- Local Philanthropist Rewards Keys Teachers
Scottish-born 19th-century American steel industrialist Andrew Carnegie is known as the "father of philanthropy." Carnegie shares this title with a New Zealander, a Frenchman-Philadelphian merchant... read more
June 17, 2013 - Key West Citizen
- Rugby-Former Australia coach Dwyer says Lions are serial 'cheats'
SYDNEY, June 15 (Reuters) - The British and Irish Lions would sooner "cheat" the best than "play" the best rugby, and it's no surprise given their coach is a New Zealander, according to former Australia coach Bob Dwyer. Dwyer, who guided Australia to their maiden World Cup triumph in 1991, told The Australian newspaper the Lions were cheating at the scrum, the breakdown and in loose play. The ...
June 15, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Sports
- Rugby-Lions standards high as Gatland approaches D-day
By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY, June 12 (Reuters) - Most coaches would be happy with a 10-try shellacking, even against a team containing amateurs, but Warren Gatland's barely disguised anger after the British and Irish Lions beat Combined Country on Tuesday told of a man with very high standards. The New Zealander brusquely trotted out the line that the 64-0 thrashing had been a useful outing, there ...
June 12, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Sports
- Helen Clark in FOXNews
Sir Ed described himself as an average New Zealander with modest abilities,Clark said. "In reality, he was a colossus. He was a heroic figure who not only 'knocked off' Everest but lived a life of determination, humility, and generosity."