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Holiday recognises traditional leaders

Wednesday 30 June 2021 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Culture, National

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Holiday recognises traditional leaders
The late Dame Makea Karika Margaret Ariki receiving a special escort into the National Auditorium Centre during 2016's Ui Ariki celebrations. PHOTO: 16070104 / SOLOMONE RABULU

The Ra O Te Ui Ariki (Ariki Day) public holiday will be observed this Friday.

The Ra O Te Ui Ariki (Ariki Day) public holiday will be observed this Friday.


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