1. Which is New Zealand’s foggiest city: Invercargill, Hamilton or Palmerston North?
  2. Their official first names were Leonard, Adolph and Herbert and they starred in 13 comedy movies. What surname did they share?
  3. In which New Zealand region would you see the Gibbs sculpture farm?
  4. What politician dropped his dancing partner in a 2006 episode of Dancing with the Stars?
  5. What would you do with a Moscow Mule: drink it, ride it or try to dodge it?
  6. What word can mean either a type of doughnut or a resident of Germany’s capital?
  7. The cities of Oakland, Berkeley and San Jose are located on what bay?
  8. What New Zealand singer had his biggest hit in 1972 with a song called Take the Money and Run?
  9. What classic pasta dish takes its name from the city of Bologna?
  10. In the words of a 1977 satirical song by Randy Newman, who supposedly had no reason to live?


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ANSWERS: 1. Hamilton; 2. Marx; 3. Northland; 4. Rodney Hide; 5. Drink it (it’s a cocktail); 6. Berliner; 7. San Francisco Bay; 8. Bunny Walters; 9. Spaghetti Bolognese; 10. Short people.