Herald daily quiz: February 10

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

  • 1. Which famous Kiwi died on this day in 1938?
  • 2. Spy plane pilot Gary Powers was freed by Russia on this day in 1962 after about how many years?
    2 4 6
  • 3. Auckland’s Mayor Phil Goff will attend tomorrow’s opening of the State House sculpture – true or false?
  • 4. A Herald editorial on Trump’s Muslim ban called it what?
  • 5. How many Pirates of the Caribbean movies has cash-strapped Johnny Depp made?
    3 4 5
  • 6. In its 20-over debacle against India, England’s last eight wickets made how many runs?
    4 8 12
  • 7. A stick of celery is often found in which famous drink?
  • 8. The longest non-stop flights in commercial aviation history (29-33 hours) were flown by which carrier?
  • 9. What is the world’s “loneliest tree” on Campbell Island?
  • 10. AOK was originally coined by astronauts – true or false?
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