7. One of The Three official languages is Sign Language
New Zealand has three official languages. One of them, and the most popular English, the second is the traditional Māori language.
In 2006, the third official language, sign language, was recognized.
Today, over 25,000 people use sign language on a daily basis, and the language was included to ensure that individuals with hearing impairments can live as normal and communicative lives as everyone else.