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Curtain falls on country’s biggest, best cultural event

Monday 8 August 2022 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Culture, National

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Curtain falls on country’s biggest, best cultural event
Mauke Enua’s Kapa Rima performance. Photo: MELINA ETCHES/22080706

The countless hours of late nights rolling into the wee hours of the morning rehearsing and making costumes have come to an end for the hundreds who have participated in the county’s biggest and best cultural festival – Te Maeva Nui.

The countless hours of late nights rolling into the wee hours of the morning rehearsing and making costumes have come to an end for the hundreds who have participated in the county’s biggest and best cultural festival – Te Maeva Nui.


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