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The Mediterranean island of Sardinia belongs to what country?

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Which of these countries has the highest population, with around 211 million people?

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What is the only New Zealand zoo where you can view an elephant?

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Amsterdam is the capital city of which country?

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90% of which continent is found in the Southern Hemisphere?

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What would an Australian do with a schooner?

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Trente cinq is French for what number?

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In which country is the Gallipoli Peninsula, where the ANZACs fought their many battles?

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The Taliban are prominent in the running of which country?

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Which of these cities lies farthest from Wellington as the crow flies?

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How many Weet-Bix are there in a one kilogram box?

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Which of these is not an essential ingredient required to make pikelets, according to the Edmonds Cookery Book?

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What Benedictine monk is often incorrectly credited with inventing champagne?

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Which of these is not a variety of cheese?

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Which company makes the Peanut Slab?

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Broccoli is a particularly rich source of vitamin C and what other vitamin?

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Which sauce uses shallot, chervil, peppercorns, and tarragon in a reduction of vinegar and wine?

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Tofu is made from the curds of what beans?

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What were the first names of Hudson and Halls, whose cookery show debuted on Kiwi telly in 1976?

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Which of these wines is not a red wine?

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What was Maxwell Smart's agent number in the TV series Get Smart?

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Charlie Watts died in late August. He was the drummer in which band?

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On Coronation Street, what type of business did Fred Elliott run?

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Frederic Chopin was a master of which instrument?

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Who usually presents Seven Sharp along with Jeremy Wells?

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Which singer born in 1917, had the nickname Little Sparrow?

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Which author wrote Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?

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What American jazz musician was known as the "King of Swing"?

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Miss Hannigan runs an orphanage in what film and musical?

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How old is actor and director Clint Eastwood?

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In what year was TV first broadcast in New Zealand?

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What country has hosted the most Summer Olympic Games since 1896, with four?

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Archduke Franz Ferdinand's assassination was the catalyst to which war?

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The 2020 N.Z. general election was held on what date?

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Known for his colourful eggs, Peter Fabergé was from what country?

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In 1945, Queen Elizabeth trained as a mechanic in what branch of the British Armed Forces?

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In what U.S. city did Martin Luther King Jr. deliver his “I Have a Dream” speech?

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What aviator disappeared while attempting to circumnavigate the globe in 1937, along with navigator Fred Noonan?

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The White Witch of Narnia was a creation of which author?

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Coco was not Coco Chanel's real first name - what was?

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A snowflake has how many sides?

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What Shakespeare play begins with the line "Who's there"?

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What is the Māori word for summer?

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A Harley-Davidson is a type of what?

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Which team was in the news recently over plans to change its name?

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Disneyland opened in 1955 in which US state?

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Acetylsalicylic acid is better known by what name?

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Depending on soil acidity, the colour of which flowers can change from pink to blue?

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How many players are there on a cricket team?

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By sales, what is the world’s largest restaurant chain?

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