1. In the TV comedy series Kath and Kim, what was the first name of Kath’s butcher husband?
  2. What German word translates as “air weapon”?
  3. What 1975 hit song by Paul Simon was written as a sardonic comment on the breakup of his marriage?
  4. In Australia, what is a “saltie”?
  5. In what major democracy has the Liberal Democratic Party been in power almost continuously since 1955?
  6. In Sweden, what is the Riksdag?
  7. What spiritual teacher is said to have attained enlightenment while sitting under a fig tree known as the Bodhi tree?
  8. What is the capital city of Malta?
  9. What two-word slogan was applied to development projects initiated by the government of Robert Muldoon?
  10. What epic film starred Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall and Martin Sheen?

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ANSWERS: 1. Kel; 2. Luftwaffe; 3. 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover; 4. A saltwater crocodile; 5. Japan; 6. The Swedish Parliament; 7. Buddha; 8. Valetta; 9. Think Big; 10. Apocalypse Now.