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  • Diabetes In New Zealand

    Diabetes; Type ­ 1, Type ­ 2 and Gestational. Based on research done by the organization Diabetes New Zealand,Type­1 Diabetes is one of the rarest since only 10% of the people who have diabetes actually have Type­1 Diabetes. It’s caused by the lack of insulin that is being produced in our bodies to keep our blood glucose in the average range. Obviously, Type­1 is where our bodies don’t produce enough so what happens when your body produces insulin but doesn’t respond to it?. Well, this is where Type­2 Diabetes comes in. Type­2 Diabetes is the most common form of diabetes…

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  • New Zealand Tourism Essay

    Current State of New Zealand Tourism: Years ago, if someone mentioned New Zealand in a sentence, they wouldn’t know where it is or what you were talking about. Now New Zealand has grown, and is still growing today. One of the biggest reason now that New Zealand has been recognized more is because of our tourism industry. Tourism is one of New Zealand’s biggest export industries earing $11.8 billion of New Zealand’s current exchange earnings. New Zealand has a reputation of this clean green…

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  • The Impact Of Entrepreneurship In New Zealand

    entrepreneurs have contributed heavily to the New Zealand business environment and to the country’s economy. Entrepreneurs are contributing in various…

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  • New Zealand Health Care

    The Ministry of Health (2008) found that mental illness which includes addiction affects one in five New Zealanders. A key population health challenge Addiction Support Workers are facing is the culturally diverse population in New Zealand. Estimates show that one in five New Zealanders were not born in New Zealand compared to one in eight in the United States. Furthermore, Statistics NZ showed a 5,000 net gain of immigrants to NZ for the month of March between 2005-2015 (as seen in the figure…

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  • New Zealand Coastline Essay

    The factors that have formed New Zealand’s Coastline The land mass of New Zealand is the raised portion of the submerged continent of Zealandia. Zealandia is 4 million square kilometres, but only 7% makes up the country known as New Zealand. New Zealand has jurisdiction over the largest ocean zone in the world. The extensive coastline stretches over 15,000 kilometres in length. It is home to vast varieties of environments that range from sandy beaches to rugged cliffs and beyond. Many iconic…

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  • Effects Of Ecotourism In New Zealand

    This bibliography was constructed with the aim to provide the appropriate information on the different types of way that humans affect wildlife in New Zealand. Most of the research papers are case studies of the ways that humans influence ecotourism and affect the wildlife in a negative way. Another idea that a lot of the papers hit on is the increasing amount of ecotourism and how it is causing an increased effect to the ecosystem over time. A similarity and reason I chose all these papers…

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  • The Importance Of Refugees In New Zealand

    First steps in New Zealand When refugees and asylum seekers arrive in New Zealand they spend the first six weeks adjusting to life in the Mangere Refugee Resettlement Centre. The centre, where currently 165 refugees are staying, consists of four different agencies: Immigration, Medical, Counselling, and Education. Maria Lawyer, who has spent 28 years researching and being involved in refugee education, is a manager at the Centre for Refugee Education. Ms Lawyer always felt strongly about…

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  • The Success And Risks Of Logistics In New Zealand

    exporting goods are two separate factors that can also determine how successful that country will be in earning revenue. New Zealand is an island located in the Pacific Ocean off of the eastern coast of Australia. Being an island, they have to rely on a well-functioning logistics system in order to help them move products to and from the island profitably. New Zealand…

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  • Child Poverty In New Zealand Essay

    in New Zealand has been a long standing issue since before the 1990’s and continues to be prevalent in today’s New Zealand. Although child poverty can be linked to multiple causes, there is one major cause that is not widely discussed enough within the political world of New Zealand. This is the issue of structural inequality, structural inequality can be loosely described as “denot[ing] methodical and often subtle processes through which social structures disadvantage and harm certain groups of…

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  • Impact Of The Great Depression On New Zealand

    economic slump due to the crash of the American stock market. The world soon started to call this slump “The Great Depression”. Until 1935 the New Zealand government was a coalition government consisting of the Liberals and Reform Party, later known as The Nationalists, these two very conservative parties thought that they could help New Zealand through the depression by cutting government spending and focusing on the farmers, who they considered to be the backbone of New Zealand’s economy. This…

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