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Lincoln St., Ponsonby, Auckland 1981. From the series: Polynesia Here and There |  Glenn Jowitt, 1981

Lincoln St., Ponsonby, Auckland 1981. From the series: Polynesia Here and There | Glenn Jowitt, 1981

For Your Hawaiian wedding... this is a Royal Maile Lei. Made from the rare maile vine that grows in the high mountains of the Hawaiian Islands and once reserved only for Royalty, it is now the lei of choice for the bride and groom on their wedding day. <3 <3

For Your Hawaiian wedding... this is a Royal Maile Lei. Made from the rare maile vine that grows in the high mountains of the Hawaiian Islands and once reserved only for Royalty, it is now the lei of choice for the bride and groom on their wedding day. <3 <3

Tapa cloth. ca. 1885 |  Hiapo is the Niuean word for tapa cloth. Traditionally it was patterned with designs unique to the island, many of them depicting events that were topical at the time the hiapo was painted. In recent years, hiapo art has been enjoying a revival

Tapa cloth. ca. 1885 | Hiapo is the Niuean word for tapa cloth. Traditionally it was patterned with designs unique to the island, many of them depicting events that were topical at the time the hiapo was painted. In recent years, hiapo art has been enjoying a revival

A true story about the New Zealand colonial rule in Niue whom the New Zealand Resident Commissioner Hector Larsen was murdered at his home by three prisoners.  The title of the book say it all.

A true story about the New Zealand colonial rule in Niue whom the New Zealand Resident Commissioner Hector Larsen was murdered at his home by three prisoners. The title of the book say it all.

Yesteryears - Niue wharf was being built

Yesteryears - Niue wharf was being built

Hiapo: Past and Present in Niuean Barkcloth by Nicholas Thomas. Tapa, or barkcloth, is called 'hiapo' in the language of Niue Island in central Polynesia. The painted hiapo of Niue is a remarkable art that until now has been obscure to all but a few specialists. Hiapo have distinct cultural patterns.

Hiapo: Past and Present in Niuean Barkcloth by Nicholas Thomas. Tapa, or barkcloth, is called 'hiapo' in the language of Niue Island in central Polynesia. The painted hiapo of Niue is a remarkable art that until now has been obscure to all but a few specialists. Hiapo have distinct cultural patterns.

Organic food, natures gold...our Niue coconut grab our delicacy...but must harvest sustainably

Organic food, natures gold...our Niue coconut grab our delicacy...but must harvest sustainably

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