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Mataariki

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Massey honours Mataariki with native tree planting
The grove was planted last year to honour the Māori New Year celebration of Mataariki. Trees were donated by nursery owner Don Turner, a Northcote resident and fourth generation member of the family who established and ran the produce company ...
Matariki to be celebrated in Queenstown
Matariki means the 'eyes of god' (mata ariki) or 'little eyes' (mata riki). Sky said the South Island was the best place to see the cluster of stars.
Full line-up of events for Matariki 2015 in Rotorua
Matariki literally means the 'eyes of god' (mata ariki) or 'little eyes' (mata riki). • Traditionally, Matariki was a time to remember those who had died in the last year.
Preparations underway for southern Matariki celebrations
Matariki is upon us once more, and there is plenty in store for southerners hoping to celebrate Maori New Year.
Feeling the spirit of Matariki
Or for Matariki, join the Nga Mata Ariki buffet including rewana and hangi-cooked meats with hot chocolate on the warm geothermal steps of the geyser terrace and night-time views of Pohutu Geyser (daily through winter). A steambox lunch at Te Puia.

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