Kites Were Magic Once; Maoris Win Rotorua Carnival - (Te Ao Hou - No. 38 March 1962)

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Yonine Waka (left) was Carnival Queen in Rotorua last November. There were six finalists in the Queen contest, and Rotorua Maoris won first place for Yonine with a contribution of over £6,000, as well as winning Geoff Hatu first place with over £900. In the photograph Yonine has just heard of her success, and is being congratulated by another compe...


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