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- A marae (in New Zealand Māori, Cook Islands Māori, Tahitian), malaʻe (in Tongan), meʻae (in Marquesan) or malae (in Samoan) is a communal or sacred place...
- Marae Moana is a multiple-use marine protected area created on 13 July 2017, when the Parliament of the Cook Islands p****ed a bill creating the largest...
- Marae Ta****puatea is a large marae complex at Opoa in Ta****puatea, on the south eastern coast of Raiatea. The site features a number of marae and other...
- Ngāpuhi in the 2013 census, and formed from 150 hapū/subtribes, with 55 marae. Despite such diversity, the people of Ngāpuhi maintain their shared history...
- with 8 marae: 4 marae in and around Huntly: Kaitumutumu marae, Te Kauri marae, Waahi marae and Te Ōhākī marae 2 marae near Te Kauwhata: Ōkarea marae and...
- Hiruhārama marae, Penu marae in Makarika, Rongohaere marae in Ruatoria, and Whareponga marae in Ruatoria Te Aowera, of Hiruhārama marae, and Te Aowera marae in...
- before Waitangi Day. At Te Tii Marae, just below the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, political dignitaries are welcomed onto the marae and hear speeches from the...
- Ōmāio marae and Rongomaihuatahi wharenui Te Whānau a Pararaki, of Te Maru o Hinemaka marae and Pararaki wharenui Te Whānau a Rutaia, of Ōtūwhare marae and...
- Māori people of New Zealand, generally situated as the focal point of a marae. Wharenui are usually called meeting houses in New Zealand English, or simply...
- The Māori people and Moriori people have 773 tribal marae (meeting grounds) around New Zealand. These grounds usually include a wharenui (meeting house)...
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