Helen Clark and Shania Twain at Motatapu track

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New Zealanders’ attachment to the land unites people from different walks of life, with some prizing its spiritual value, others enjoying its recreational features, and others taking pride in its breadth and beauty. In 2008 the then Labour Prime Minister Helen Clark (right) walked a section...


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