Niu Silan i wanpela kantri klostu long Ostrelia. Niu Silan emi wanpela kantri bilong Pasifik. I gat tupela bikpela ailan long Niu Silan. Ol i kolim Not Ailan na Saut Ailan. Asples bilong gavan emi Wellington tasol Auckland i moa bikpela taun. Long Niu Silan i gat 70 milien sipsip na 4 milien manmeri.
Aotearoa( Maori Language)
|Singsing: "God Defend New Zealand"
"God Save the Queen"1
|Tokples bilong gavman||Inglis3 (98%)11
Tok Maori (4.2%)11
|Gavman||Parliamentary democracy (constitutional monarchy)|
|-||Head of State||Queen Elizabeth II|
|-||Prime Minister||John Key|
|Independence||from the UK|
|-||Dominion||26 September 19074|
|-||Statute of Westminster||1931|
|-||March 2007 estimate||4,228,0005 (122nd (2005))|
|GDP (PPP)||2006 estimate|
|-||Olgeta||$108.799 billion7 (58th)|
|-||Long wanwan manmeri||$26,4708 (28th)|
|GDP (nominal)||2006 estimate|
|-||Olgeta||$103.873 billion (53th)|
|-||Long wanwan manmeri||$25,272 (29th)|
|Gini (1997)||36.2 (medium)|
|HDI (2006)||0.936 (high) (20th)|
|Karansi||New Zealand dollar (
|Taim hap||NZST9 (UTC+12)|
|-||Sama (DST)||NZDT (UTC+13)|
|(Sep to Apr)|
|1 "God Save the Queen" is officially a national anthem but is generally used only on regal and vice-regal occasions. 
² Auckland is the largest urban area; Auckland City is the largest incorporated city.
³ English is a de facto official language; the other two have de jure official status.
4 There is a multitude of dates that could be considered to mark independence (see Independence of New Zealand).
5 Estimated resident population of New Zealand on 30 June 2007 National Population Estimates June 2007 quarter
6 New Zealand census 2006 final figures, including overseas visitors. Templet:PDFlink
72006 GDP data converted to PPP using World Bank Data;
8 Word Bank GDP per capita data.
9 The Chatham Islands have a separate time zone, 45 minutes ahead of the rest of New Zealand.
10 The territories of Niue, the Cook Islands and Tokelau have their own cctlds, .nu, .ck and .tk respectively.
11 Percentages do not add to 100% because some people speak more than one language. They exclude unusable responses and those who spoke no language (e.g. too young to talk). Language spoken (total responses) for the census usually resident population count, 2006 (revised 21 December 2006).