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Waitangi celebrated across Aotearoa
Hundreds of Waka Ama crew perform the haka on the beach to celebrate Waitangi Day @ Waitangi. Getty Images / Sandra Mu.

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A photo-journal of events at Waitangi Day celebrations around Aotearoa.
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Hundreds of Waka Ama crew perform the haka on the beach to celebrate Waitangi Day. Getty Images / Sandra Mu.

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Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae reviews the Beat the retreat at the Treaty Grounds. Getty Images / Sandra Mu.

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The flag of the Independent Tribes of New Zealand is seen outside Te Tii Marae in Waitangi, New Zealand. Getty Images / Sandra Mu.

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MP Winston Peters (L) talks with comedian Mike King at Te Tii Marae. Getty Images / Sandra Mu

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Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae salutes the guard of honour during Beat the Retreat at the Treaty Grounds. Getty Images / Sandra Mu.
 
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Waitangi Day celebrations at Bastion Point, Orakei, Tamaki Makaurau. Auckland Arts Festival.

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HMNZS Te Mana is seen anchored from the Treaty Grounds. Getty Images / Sandra Mu.

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The crowds flock to the stage at Bastion Point, Orakei, Tamaki Makaurau. Te Karere.

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Thousands lined the beach to watch the waka arrive at Waitangi. Getty Images / Sandra Mu.

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Preparing to feed the masses at Waitangi celebrations. Getty Images / Sandra Mu.

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New Zealand Race Relations Commissioner, Joris De Bres, posted this pic from Waitangi Day celebrations at Manurewa marae, South Auckland.


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