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Treaty of Waitangi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Treaty established a British Governor of New Zealand, recognised Māori ownership of their lands and other properties, and gave the Māori the rights of British subjects. The English and Māori versions of the Treaty differed significantly, so there is no consensus as to exactly what was agreed to.

Pompallier House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pompallier House is a nineteenth-century building located in Russell, New Zealand which once served as the headquarters to the French Catholic mission to the Western Pacific. It is named after Jean Baptiste Pompallier, the first vicar apostolic to visit New Zealand, who founded a number of missions in the North Island.

Bay of Islands

The Bay of Islands is an area in the Northland Region of the North Island of New Zealand. Located 60 km north-west of Whangarei, it is about 210 km by road to Cape Reinga at the northern tip of the country.

Flagstaff Hill, New Zealand

Flagstaff Hill (Maiki Hill) overlooks the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. Directly north of the small historical village of Russell, the flagstaff on the hill played a significant role in early relations between the local Māori of the Ngāpuhi iwi and early British colonials.

Aroha Island - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aroha Island is a small island near Rangitane, which is about 12 km (7.5 mi) by road from Kerikeri in the Bay of Islands, Northland, New Zealand. It is owned and managed by the Queen Elizabeth II National Trust and is a major habitat for the North Island Brown Kiwi.

New Zealand Cycle Trail

The New Zealand Cycle Trail project ( Nga Haerenga in Māori) is a New Zealand government initiative, co-funded together with local Councils and charitable trusts, which is to build and operate a network of cycle routes through the country.