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  2. Languages of New Caledonia - Wikipedia

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    Some have advocated to increase the importance of native languages as a teaching medium in school, while reducing the status French to that of a second language. Critics have pointed out, that proposal denies reality as French is the predominant native language among New Caledonian students. References

  3. New Relic - Wikipedia

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    New Relic is a San Francisco, California-based technology company which develops cloud-based software to help website and application owners track the performance of their services. Contents 1 History

  4. Miramar, New Zealand - Wikipedia

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    Miramar is a suburb of Wellington, New Zealand, south-east of the city centre.It is on the Miramar Peninsula, directly east of the isthmus of Rongotai, the site of Wellington International Airport

  5. Edendale, New Zealand - Wikipedia

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    Edendale is a town in the Southland region of New Zealand's South Island.The township is situated on the Southland Plains just to the west of the Mataura River.Before the town was called Edendale, it was known by the names Maorirua, Mataura Plains and Stuart's Bush.

  6. Ōtāhuhu - Wikipedia

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    Ōtāhuhu is a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand – 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) to the southeast of the CBD, on a narrow isthmus between an arm of the Manukau Harbour to the west and the Tāmaki River estuary to the east.

  7. New Public Management - Wikipedia

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    The work concludes that digital dividends can be secured through the effective application of Social Media in the governance process. [23] The New Public Service (NPS) is a newly developed theory for 21st-century citizen-focused public administration. [20]

  8. Taranaki - Wikipedia

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    Mount Taranaki is the second highest mountain in the North Island, and the dominant geographical feature of the region. A Māori legend says that Mount Taranaki previously lived with the Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapehu mountains of the central North Island but fled to its current location after a battle with Tongariro.

  9. Ternopil - Wikipedia

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    Administratively, Ternópil serves as the administrative centre of Ternopil Oblast and has the status of city of oblast significance. Located on the banks of the Seret. Until 1944, it was known mostly as Tarnopol. Ternopil is one of the major cities of Western Ukraine and the historical regions of Galicia and Podolia.