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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sid Going and Gareth Edwards during the famous game between the All Blacks and Barbarians in 1973

Sid Going and Gareth Edwards during the famous game between the All Blacks and Barbarians in 1973
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 New Zealand Tour of Great Britain & France - Barbarians 23 New Zealand 11 The packs pack-down with scrum-halves Sid Going, left, and Gareth Edwards at Cardiff Arms Park

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Pohutukawa Tree, Kaikoura and Seaward Kaikoura Ranges, Marlborough, South Island

Pohutukawa Tree, Kaikoura and Seaward Kaikoura Ranges, Marlborough, South Island, New Zealand

Background imageRelated Images Collection: London Division front row prepares to scrum against the All Blacks in 1979

London Division front row prepares to scrum against the All Blacks in 1979
Rugby Union - 1979 New Zealand Tour of England, Scotland and Italy - London Division 18 New Zealand 21 The London front row prepares for a scrum at Twickenham

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Jeff Squire - 1983 British Lions Tour to New Zealand

Jeff Squire - 1983 British Lions Tour to New Zealand
Rugby Union - 1983 British Lions Tour to New Zealand - Waikato 13 British Lions 40 Jeff Squire runs with the ball for the Lions at Rugby Park, Hamilton

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The British Lions and Junior All Blacks clash in the mud in 1977

The British Lions and Junior All Blacks clash in the mud in 1977
Rugby Union - 1977 British Lions Tour to New Zealand - New Zealand Juniors 9 British Lions 19 Mud-covered Lions forward Moss Keane is supported by teammates Phil Orr and Fran Cotton at Athletic Park

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 1972 Munich Olympics - Marathon

1972 Munich Olympics - Marathon
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens Marathon The race gets underway in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany. From left to right: the USAs Jack Bacheler (#970)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: John Dawes makes a break in the build-up to the Barbarians famous try against New Zealand in 1973

John Dawes makes a break in the build-up to the Barbarians famous try against New Zealand in 1973
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 New Zealand Tour of Great Britain & France - Barbarians 23 New Zealand 11 Barbarian captain John Dawes makes the break that leads to Gareth Edwards (not pictured)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Tom David and Grant Batty fight during the famous game between the All Blacks and Barbarians in 1973

Tom David and Grant Batty fight during the famous game between the All Blacks and Barbarians in 1973
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 New Zealand Tour of Great Britain & France - Barbarians 23 New Zealand 11 Tom David and Grant Batty fight at the side of the Cardiff Arms Park pitch after David late-tackled

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sid Going - 1974 All Black Tour of British Isles

Sid Going - 1974 All Black Tour of British Isles
Rugby Union - 1974 New Zealand rugby union tour of Ireland, Wales and England - Wales XV 3 New Zealand 12 All Blacks scrum half Sid Going dive passes the ball at Cardiff Arms Park

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Wales team that faced New Zealand in Cardiff in 1972

The Wales team that faced New Zealand in Cardiff in 1972
Rugby Union - 1972/3 New Zealand Tour of Great Britain & France - Wales 16 New Zealand 19 The Wales team group at Cardiff Arms Park Back-row (left to right): referee Johnny Johnston (England)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Manu Tuilagi

Manu Tuilagi
Rugby Union - The 2011 Rugby World Cup - England v Argentina Manu Tuilagi runs at the Argentinian defense

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Daniel Carter (NZ)

Daniel Carter (NZ)
Rugby Union - 2011 Rugby World Cup - New Zealand v Tonga Daniel Carter (NZ) Credit : Colorsport / Andrew Cowie

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Some of the Officers of the British Antarctic expedition

Some of the Officers of the British Antarctic expedition
Officers on board the Terra Nova on its return to New Zealand in February 1913 after the discovery of the bodies of Captain Scott and his companions. From left to right. Back row, Mr

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Treaty of Waitangi

Treaty of Waitangi
The Treaty of Waitangi: Maori chiefs recognise British sovereignty and New Zealand becomes part of the British Empire. This was designed to guarantee land rights to the Maoris

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Gareth Edwards passes to Barry John during the second Lions test against the All Blacks in 1971

Gareth Edwards passes to Barry John during the second Lions test against the All Blacks in 1971
Rugby Union - British Lions Tour of New Zealand 1971, 2nd Test - British Lions vs. New Zealand Lions scrum-half Gareth Edwards passes to Barry John as the All Blacks Ian Kirkpatrick

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Tree ferns and Duck Pond, Wellington Botanic Garden, Wellington, North Island

Tree ferns and Duck Pond, Wellington Botanic Garden, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Boeing 747-400 Air New Zealand in special Lord of the Rings livery

Boeing 747-400 Air New Zealand in special Lord of the Rings livery

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A statue of Sir Edmund Hillary

A statue of Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to climb Mount Everest, in front of the Hermitage Hotel and Aoraki (Mount Cook), 3755m, the highest peak in New Zealand

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Mount Cook (Aoraki)

Mount Cook (Aoraki), Mount Cook National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Southern Alps, Mackenzie Country, Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Antique map of Australia and New Zealand, 1884, 19th Century

Antique map of Australia and New Zealand, 1884, 19th Century

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sunrise from Roys Peak, Wanaka, New Zealand

Sunrise from Roys Peak, Wanaka, New Zealand

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Moifaa, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Moifaa, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Moifaa, 1911. Portrait of Moifaa, a New Zealand-bred racehorse who won the 1904 Grand National by eight lengths. Moifaa had travelled from New Zealand

Background imageRelated Images Collection: New Zealand map 1884

New Zealand map 1884
Encyclopedia Britannica 9th Edition New York Charles Scribners and Sonsl 1884 Vol XVII

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Walter Peak. Queenstown

Walter Peak. Queenstown
Walter Peak is a mountain located near Queenstown, New Zealand. It has a height of 1, 800 metres (5, 905 feet)It is regularly visited by the TSS Earnslaw steamship which takes passengers to the base

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Various Cyanoramphus parakeets

Various Cyanoramphus parakeets
Yellow-crowned Parakeet Kakariki, Canoramphus. Red-crowned Parakeet Kakariki, Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae. Orange-fronted Paraket Kakariki, Cyanoramphus malherbi

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Australasian Bittern Matuku Hrepo

Australasian Bittern Matuku Hrepo, Botaurus poiciloptilus. Artwork by JG Keulemans from Sir Walter Lawry Bullers A History of the Birds of New Zealand, Vol.3 Plate 38 Date: 1888

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Panoramic elevated view of Queenstown at dusk, New Zealand

Panoramic elevated view of Queenstown at dusk, New Zealand
Queenstown, Otago, New Zealand

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Wellington Harbor

Wellington Harbor

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Mill, Hobbiton, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific

The Mill, Hobbiton, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ernest Rutherford

Ernest Rutherford
circa 1910: New Zealand born British physicist and chemist Ernest Rutherford (1871 - 1937), Nobel laureate in 1908. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Maori Chieftain, New Zealand

Maori Chieftain, New Zealand. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Mt Ruapehu and Grand Chateau, Tongariro National Park, Central Plateau, North Island

Mt Ruapehu and Grand Chateau, Tongariro National Park, Central Plateau, North Island, New Zealand - aerial

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu, South Island, New Zealand - aerial

Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu, South Island, New Zealand - aerial

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Dusk over Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu, South Island, New Zealand

Dusk over Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu, South Island, New Zealand

Background imageRelated Images Collection: RWC Final: SA 15 NZ 12 [aet]

RWC Final: SA 15 NZ 12 [aet]
Rugby Union - 1995 World Cup (RWC) Final - South Africa 15 New Zealand 12 [aet] South Africa face the New Zealand Haka before kick-off at Ellis Park, Johannesburg. 24/06/1995

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Traditional wood carved mask in the Te Puia Maori Cultural Center, Rotorura, North Island

Traditional wood carved mask in the Te Puia Maori Cultural Center, Rotorura, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Avro Lincoln being refuelled at Blackbush

Avro Lincoln being refuelled at Blackbush prior to departure on a five-week tour of the Far East, Australia and New Zealand

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Katherine Mansfield, pen name of Katherine Mansfield Beauchamp (1888-1923) short

Katherine Mansfield, pen name of Katherine Mansfield Beauchamp (1888-1923) short story writer born in Wellington, New Zealand. Mansfield in 1914

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cover of Standard of Empire

Cover of Standard of Empire
Jingoistic cover of the " Standard of Empire" Annual for 1912 - 1913 showing Britannia in a chariot drawn by the British lion

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 1965 Tasman Cup Championship: Jim Clark, 1st position, position leads Phil Hill, 4th position

1965 Tasman Cup Championship: Jim Clark, 1st position, position leads Phil Hill, 4th position, action
1965 Tasman Cup Championship. Teretonga Park, New Zealand, 30th January 1965. Jim Clark (Lotus 32B-Climax), 1st position, position leads Phil Hill (Cooper T70-Climax), 4th position, action

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A bloodied JPR Williams runs for Bridgend against the All Blacks in 1978

A bloodied JPR Williams runs for Bridgend against the All Blacks in 1978
Rugby Union - 1978 All Black Tour of Britain and Ireland - Bridgend 6 New Zealand 17 A bloodied JPR Williams breaks past New Zealands Mark Taylor (#12) at Brewery Field, Bridgend

Background imageRelated Images Collection: David Duckham runs with the ball for the Barbarians against the All Blacks in 1973

David Duckham runs with the ball for the Barbarians against the All Blacks in 1973
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 New Zealand Tour of Great Britain & France - Barbarians 23 New Zealand 11 David Duckham (#14) carries the ball for the Barbarians with teammates Tom David, right

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Andy Irvine - 1977 British Lions Tour of New Zealand

Andy Irvine - 1977 British Lions Tour of New Zealand
Rugby Union - 1977 British Lions Tour of New Zealand - Canterbury 13 British Lions 14 Andy Irvine kicks for the Lions at Lancaster Park, Christchurch

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Optical photo of the star Sirius using star filter

Optical photo of the star Sirius using star filter
The two bright stars just below centre are Alpha Centauri (left) & Beta Centauri. To their right are the four stars forming the constellation of the Southern Cross, or Crux Australis

Background imageRelated Images Collection: E. Rutherford together with Niels Bohr

E. Rutherford together with Niels Bohr
The New Zealand born physicist Sir Ernest Rutherford (left) with the Danish physicist Niels Bohr. Their work greatly contributed to improve the understanding of the atomic structure

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Australia, satellite image

Australia, satellite image
Australia. Satellite image of the Earth, set against a background of stars, centred on the island continent of Australia. North is at top. Clouds (white) are seen in the atmosphere

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 16th century world map

16th century world map made by Pierre Desceliers in 1546 on a commission by King Francis I for Henri II of France. Most noticeable is that the Northern hemisphere is upside-down

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Llama

Llama (Lama glama). These animals are bred as pack animals and for their hair, which is used in textiles, and meat. They have been domesticated since 5000 BC. Photographed in New Zealand



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