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Tasman

Abel Janszoon . 1603--59, Dutch navigator, who discovered Tasmania, New Zealand, and the Tonga and Fiji Islands (1642--43)
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The 2017/18 event was more widespread compared to the 2015/16 event, including covering the entire Tasman Sea.
Abel Tasman was last seen finishing a fair fourth to Master Carpenter at Goodwood last month, when the slight ease in the ground perhaps did not totally play in his favour.
* steps aimed at making travel across the Tasman a more 'domestic-like' experience, including: smartGate for arrivals and departures at Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch international airports; bio-security direct exit lanes at New Zealand international airports; the transfer of x-ray images of checked in baggage from Australian airports to MAF in New Zealand; joint studies looking at further streamlining of trans-Tasman travel.
Another significant cartographic item on the Heemskerck, a large map referred to by Tasman and others as 'the Great Chart of the South Sea', was almost certainly a revised version of Hessel Gerritsz's Pacific chart of 1622 (Figs.
Winds would remain at least fresh southwesterly further south in Bass Strait and into the western Tasman Sea.
"When you make changes to the budget and re-forecast, a lot of reviews and approvals are involved," Tasman says.
Promising competitive rates for Internet providers, the Trans Tasman cable will have upfront competition with the Southern Cross network, and run from Auckland to Australia and United States.
The special trans-Tasman visa agreement would allow visitors from third countries to travel freely across the Tasman with just one visa from Jan.
The psychiatric interview is the focus of this guide by Tasman (psychiatry and behavioral sciences, U.
The new Qantas and Emirates schedule offers around 130 services per week from Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington and Queenstown across the Tasman to a joint network covering more than 175 destinations in Australia, Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, the UK and Europe.
Analysts said Qantas and Emirates will realise the benefits of their partnership on newly-opened New Zealand and Tasman network in financial year 2013-14, which started in July.
The important Australia-New Zealand aviation route is expected to heat up with Emirates and Qantas enhancing their shared network across the Tasman.