The latest challenge can be done by scrolling down to 21 March.
- Remember that no correspondence, computers or cell phones may be entered into!
- Answers below.
- In the song composed in 1900, where did Burlington Bertie come from? (Bow)
- What important sporting role does New Zealander Joe Schmidt have in the British Isles? (Coach of the Ireland rugby team)
- Which French term is used for an economy which is largely unregulated? (laissez faire)
- What is the American equivalent for New Zealand’s GIVE WAY sign? (YIELD)
- Which two artists developed the Cubist style? (Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque)
- What was the name of the British colony that became Botswana? (Bechuanaland)
- In which French city did a papacy rivalling Rome establish itself? (Avignon)
In which Australian state is Cradle Mountain located? (Tasmania)
- Where on the body would you find the muscles known as “quads”? (the front of the thighs)
- In southern hemisphere hurricanes, winds travel round the eye in a clockwise or anti-clockwise direction? (clockwise)