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A free Waitangi Day festival will be held at Auckland’s Okahu Bay, the historical site where Ngati Whatua o Orakei welcomed Governor Hobson in 1841 and gifted him all of the land now known as Auckland’s central business district. Waitangi Day Festival ’08, an alcohol- and drug-free family event, opens with a re-enactment of Hobson’s […]
On the 6th of February 1840, the Treaty of Waitangi was signed by rangatira Māori and representatives of the Crown. In 2021, Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei in conjunction with Auckland Council will commemorate the occasion with a free, fun and informative day out at Ōkahu Bay, Ōrākei. This free community and family-friendly event will feature fantastic […]
On the 6th of February each year, New Zealand celebrates Waitangi Day. The purpose of this public holiday is to remember the Treaty of Waitangi – our founding document, and acknowledge the role this document plays right through to our current day. Brief history of Waitangi Day Waitangi is a small town in the Bay of Islands, and on […]