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Coal and coal gas Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

Coal reserves provided much of New Zealand’s energy in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Coal gas lit streets, homes and workplaces, and both coal and coal gas provided domestic heating and cooking. The power for industrial and manufacturing machinery came from coal and coal gas, and generators were run on them when electricity was introduced.

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The future of coal Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

In 2005 coal contributed about 10% of New Zealand‘s electricity supply and 12% of its primary energy supply. It seems likely these proportions will increase. The environmental obstacles to new large-scale geothermal and hydro development schemes, the high cost of other

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Grey coal towns Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

The mine steadily produced coal for over 40 years. The Brunner mine explosion in 1896 was New Zealand’s worst mining disaster, causing the death of 65 men and boys. The impact on the population was enormous: 186 children were left fatherless, 37 women were widowed, and 14 elderly parents were deprived of their sole financial support.

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Te Ara Encyclopedia Of New Zealand Features New

1 天前· To mark the commencement of New Zealand sign language week (21 to 27 September 2020), Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, features a story celebrating the genesis of one of Aotearoa’s

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Coal And Coal Mining Te Ara Encyclopedia Of New Zealand

4 Coal and coal mining Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand. By 1914 onethird of New Zealand’s coal came from the Buller mines State Coal Mines The Grey River fields saw falling production in the Brunner area but in 1901 Richard Seddon’s government created State Coal Mines to challenge the Union Steam Ship Company’s coal monopoly and improve safety

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Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand Te Ara Encyclopedia

Te Ara also includes the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, containing the life stories of over 3,000 people DNZB Dictionary of New Zealand Biography Te Tai Treaty Settlement Stories

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Coal and coal mining Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Mining. Europeans began mining coal in New Zealand in the 1840s. At first, men went underground and dug out the coal with picks and shovels. In the early 1900s men used compressed-air machines in mines to cut coal from the rock. They also used explosives to blast the rocks.

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New Zealand Sign Language Te Ara Encyclopedia of New

New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) is the language of New Zealand’s deaf community and was made an official language by the New Zealand Sign Language Act 2006. NZSL can express concepts from both English and te reo Māori but is itself a distinct language.

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Te Ara Encyclopedia Of New Zealand Features New

1 天前· To mark the commencement of New Zealand sign language week (21 to 27 September 2020), Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, features a story celebrating the genesis of one of Aotearoa’s

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Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand Wikipedia

Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand is een online encyclopedie die in 2001 is opgericht door het Ministerie van Cultuur en Erfgoed van de regering van Nieuw-Zeeland. Te Ara betekent "het pad" in het Māori en de encyclopedie bevat meer dan drie miljoen woorden in artikelen van meer dan 450 auteurs. Er zijn meer dan 30.000 afbeeldingen en videoclips van duizenden bijdragers.

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Mining in New Zealand Wikipedia

Coal mining produced almost 4 million tonnes of coal in 2014, of which 44% was exported. In 2016 it was down to 2,834,956 tonnes. New Zealand coal reserves are in excess of 15 billion tonnes, mainly in Waikato, Taranaki, West Coast, Otago and Southland. Over 80% of the reserves are in Southland lignite deposits worth $100 billion. Coal is produced from four underground and 21 opencast mines.

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Coal And Coal Mining Te Ara Encyclopedia Of New

2 Coal And Coal Mining Te Ara Encyclopedia Of New Zealand Coal measures is a name for coalbearing sedimentary rocks which include sandstone mudstone and conglomerates as well as coal seams coal measures mined in new zealand are generally a few tens to several hundreds of metres thick and they are between 10 and 75 million years old.

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Coal and coal mining Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Mining. Europeans began mining coal in New Zealand in the 1840s. At first, men went underground and dug out the coal with picks and shovels. In the early 1900s men used compressed-air machines in mines to cut coal from the rock. They also used explosives to blast the rocks.

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The late 20th and the 21st centuries Te Ara Encyclopedia

Some New Zealand coals have properties that are in demand internationally, and a strong coal export industry developed following the trial shipments to Japan in 1976. All export coal came from mines on the West Coast of the South Island. Solid Energy was the major

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Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand Wikipedia

Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand is an online encyclopedia established in 2001 by the New Zealand Government's Ministry for Culture and Heritage. The web-based content was developed in stages over the next several years; the first sections were published in 2005, and the last in 2014 marking its completion. Te Ara means "the pathway" in the Māori language, and contains over three

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New Zealand Sign Language Te Ara Encyclopedia of

New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) is the language of New Zealand’s deaf community and was made an official language by the New Zealand Sign Language Act 2006. NZSL can express concepts from both English and te reo Māori but is itself a distinct language.

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Signposts a blog about Te Ara the Encyclopedia of New

The Historic Places Trust also noted that few miners’ halls remain in New Zealand, despite once being common. It is gratifying to see that the Historic Places Trust report on the Rūnanga Miners’ Hall made extensive use of recent Te Ara entries, as well as the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography and our 1966 encyclopedia site.

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Coal and coal mining Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Europeans began mining coal in New Zealand in the 1840s. At first, men went underground and dug out the coal with picks and shovels. In the early 1900s men used compressed-air machines in mines to cut coal from the rock. They also used explosives to blast the rocks.

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