All the chats in New Zealand

  1. Chats in Auckland
  2. Chats in Bay of Plenty
  3. Chats in Canterbury
  4. Chats in Gisborne
  5. Chats in Hawke's Bay
  6. Chats in Manawatu-Wanganui
  7. Chats in Marlborough
  8. Chats in Nelson
  9. Chats in Northland
  10. Chats in Otago
  11. Chats in Southland
  12. Chats in Taranaki
  13. Chats in Tasman
  14. Chats in Waikato
  15. Chats in Wellington
  16. Chats in West Coast
New Zealand

New Zealand is a country of Oceania, located in the southwest of the Pacific Ocean constituted in a parliamentary monarchy. It is formed by two large islands: the North Island and the South Island, along with many other smaller islands, standing out among them the Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands. The Kingdom of New Zealand also includes the Cook Islands and Niue, the Tokelau Archipelago and the Ross Antarctic Unit. The capital of New Zealand is the city of Wellington, located on the North Island. New Zealand, notable for its geographical isolation, is located about 2000 kilometers southeast of Australia in the Tasman Sea, and its closest neighbors to the north are New Caledonia, Fiji and Tonga.

Due to this long isolation, an endemic fauna dominated by birds was developed in the country, many of which became extinct after the arrival of humans and mammals that they introduced without any control. The majority of the New Zealand population is of European descent. Maori Indians are the largest minority, Asians and Polynesians are also significant minorities, especially in urban areas. Although it has three official languages, the most spoken, by far, is English. Isabel II, as queen of New Zealand, is the head of state of the country and is represented by a governor general, while executive power is exercised by the cabinet and the prime minister. Its cities are among the best quality of life in the world.

New Zealand is a developed country that is positioned in high places within international ranks on many issues, including the absence of corruption, the level of education and economic freedom, and also stands out in its human development index, which positions it in the Thirteenth in the world in 2016, and its democracy indexes, which place it in the vast majority of publications and important studies as the freest country with the greatest respect for civil rights in the world.