Herald daily quiz: May 10

Current events, geography, history, trivia ... Test your knowledge with our daily quiz.

  • Stingrays do not have bones. True or false?
  • Which team were fined by the Spanish Football Federation recently after a fan threw a banana at Barcelona's Dani Alves?
  • The Turner Prize is an annual prize presented to a British visual artist under what age?
    30 40 50
  • Nimbostratus is a low-to-middle altitude cloud. True or false?
  • Who is the current MP of Wairarapa?
  • A 66-million-year-old dinosaur that was recently discovered, officially named Qianzhousaurus sinensis, was a cousin of the Tyrannosaurus rex. It features a very long nose which has caused it to be nicknamed what?
  • How many nominations does Ladi6 have at the Vodafone Pacific Music Awards this year?
    4 5 6
  • In what year was the Supreme Court of the United States first established?
  • Salvia hispanica, commonly known as chia, is a species of flowering plant in the tomato family. True or false?
  • Parliament in Wellington went into lock-down this week after a man produced what inside the grounds?
  • Goulash is the national dish of which country?
  • How wide is a cricket pitch?
  • In what year did ANZ buy PostBank (the Post Office Savings Bank) from the New Zealand government?
  • What is the name of the new bureaucracy co-ordinating and focusing activities on the waterfront and downtown Auckland?
  • How many players from one team are allowed on the ice at any one time in ice hockey?
    6 7 8
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