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“Otiia i a ia e hurihuri ana i enei mea, na, ka puta moemoea mai tetahi anahera a te Ariki ki a ia, ka mea, E Hohepa, e te tama a Rawiri, kaua e hopohopo ki te tango i a Meri, i tau wahine; na te Wairua Tapu hoki tona hapu. A e whanau ia he tama, me hua e koe tona ingoa ko IHU: no te mea mana e whakaora tona iwi i o ratou hara.” (Matthew 1:20-21)

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  Link   Tutukaka Coast Promotions
Tutukaka Coast Promotions Incorporated is a society of local Tutukaka Coast businesses, primarily in the tourism and hospitality industry. The purpose of the site is to inform travellers about our wonderful corner of Northland and to provide a medium
  Link   The Road To Ngunguru - Another Northland Secret
Come with me on the Road to Ngunguru, one of the many delightful by-ways close to Whangarei in Northland.
  Link   Ngunguru - Historical Note
The history of Ngunguru is intertwined with that of Tutukaka. Both supported considerable populations of Maori in pre-European times. Ngunguru had abundant kauri timber while Tutukaka offered a deep safe anchorage.
  Link   Ngunguru - Riverside Treasure
Ngunguru is a riverside settlement, south of Tutukaka, that occupies only the landward side of the river, the opposite side being a long low sandspit. The road passes close to the river's edge, thus restricting the fore-shore.
  Link   The Helena Bay Church - Now the Ngunguru Church!
The church, which now stands in Ngunguru, was built in 1910 on farmland, at Kaimamaku which belonged to William Hay and was gifted by him for the purpose.


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