1. Jacinda Ardern was the world’s second prime minister to have a baby while in office. Who was the first?
  2. The Australian National University is located in what city?
  3. “Strumpet” is an old word meaning what: a species of flower, a traditional Cornish cake or a prostitute?
  4. “King of the Mountains” is an award traditionally given in what sport?
  5. British band UB40 had a No 1 hit in 1983 with which Neil Diamond song?
  6. The skin rash urticaria is more commonly known as what?
  7. Famous 1990s All Blacks named Ian and Michael shared what surname?
  8. In a nursery rhyme, who found the cupboard was bare?
  9. What type of bird is the shoveller?
  10.  What is the English name of the Whanganui lake known by Maori as Rotokawau?

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ANSWERS: 1. Benazir Bhutto of Pakistan; 2. Canberra; 3. A prostitute; 4. Cycling; 5. Red Red Wine; 6. Hives; 7. Jones; 8. Old Mother Hubbard; 9. A duck; 10. Virginia Lake.