Kia Kaha - Māori phrase used by both the Māori and Pākehā (European) people of New Zealand. Used as an affirmation

Kia Kaha - Māori phrase used by both the Māori and Pākehā (European) people of New Zealand. Used as an affirmation

LSV march out Haka - 22 November 2008. Haka done by the trainees of the LSV Company (Limited Service Volunteer Comp) . This Haka was part of their march out parade. The course is held in Burnham Military Camp which is in Christchurch, New Zealand. To get on this course just visit a case worker at WINZ.

LSV march out Haka - 22 November 2008. Haka done by the trainees of the LSV Company (Limited Service Volunteer Comp) . This Haka was part of their march out parade. The course is held in Burnham Military Camp which is in Christchurch, New Zealand. To get on this course just visit a case worker at WINZ.

Koru, Icon of New Zealand. 'Koru' is the Maori word for the new unfurling fern frond. - Investors Europe Stock Brokers Gibraltar

Koru, Icon of New Zealand. 'Koru' is the Maori word for the new unfurling fern frond. - Investors Europe Stock Brokers Gibraltar

The Tongariro Alpine Crossing is famous for volcanic activity, its beautiful Emerald Lakes, and Maori religious sites. Click through to see more incredible landscapes in New Zealand!

20 Incredible Landscapes You Can Only Find In New Zealand

The Tongariro Alpine Crossing is famous for volcanic activity, its beautiful Emerald Lakes, and Maori religious sites. Click through to see more incredible landscapes in New Zealand!

Te Roopu Manutaki Kapahaka Group - just pinning because my sister was in here just more to the left. Random.

Te Roopu Manutaki Kapahaka Group - just pinning because my sister was in here just more to the left. Random.

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