Alofi

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Alofi is the capital of the Pacific Ocean island nation of Niue.wikipedia
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Niue

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Alofi is the capital of the Pacific Ocean island nation of Niue.
A coral reef surrounds the island, with the only major break in the reef being in the central western coast, close to the capital, Alofi.

Avatele

The council's territory borders with Avatele, Hakupu, Lakepa, Liku, Makefu, Mutalau, Tamakautoga and Tuapa.
Avatele, along with other villages Mutalau, Tuapa, Alofi and Hakupu, were the first major village settlements of Niue following settlement by Polynesian voyagers from Samoa, Tonga and Pukapuka before the year 1300.

Liku

The council's territory borders with Avatele, Hakupu, Lakepa, Liku, Makefu, Mutalau, Tamakautoga and Tuapa.
It lies due east of the capital, Alofi, and its population at the 2011 census was 70.

Cyclone Heta

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In January 2004, Niue was hit by the fierce tropical storm Cyclone Heta which killed two people and did extensive damage to the entire island.
The capital city of Alofi, which took the brunt of the storm, was devastated as most of the commercial and financial areas were wiped out by the high winds.

Hakupu

The council's territory borders with Avatele, Hakupu, Lakepa, Liku, Makefu, Mutalau, Tamakautoga and Tuapa.
It is located in the southeast of the island, close to Matatamane Point, and is connected by road with the capital Alofi (12 kilometres to the northwest), Avatele (7 kilometres to the west), and via the east coast road to Liku (12 kilometres), Lakepa (16 kilometres), and Mutalau (on the north coast, 20 kilometres away).

Halagigie Point

The bay stretches for 30% of the island's length (about seven kilometres) from Halagigie Point in the south to Makapu Point in the north.
It lies to the southwest of the capital, Alofi, between the two large bays of Alofi Bay (to the north) and Avatele Bay (to the south).

Alofi Bay

It is located at the centre of Alofi Bay on the west coast of the island, close to the only break in the coral reef that surrounds Niue.
The island's largest settlement, Alofi, is located close to the shore of the bay, as are the smaller settlements of Aliutu and Tufukia.

Mutalau

The council's territory borders with Avatele, Hakupu, Lakepa, Liku, Makefu, Mutalau, Tamakautoga and Tuapa.
Its territory borders with Alofi, Hikutavake, Lakepa, Makefu, Toi and Tuapa.

Tamakautoga

The council's territory borders with Avatele, Hakupu, Lakepa, Liku, Makefu, Mutalau, Tamakautoga and Tuapa.
Tamakautoga is located in the southwestern portion of the island and borders the villages of Avatele, Hakupu, and Niue's capital, Alofi, meeting all three at a quadripoint.

Dalton Tagelagi

Dalton Tagelagi (born 5 June 1968 in Alofi) is a New Zealand politician, Minister of Infrastructure for Niue, and bowler.

Niue International Airport

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The town is serviced by Niue International Airport, and there are numerous roads, both paved and dirt, that crisscross the town.
It is located near the town of Alofi and currently only serves Air New Zealand, flying to and from Auckland twice a week, departing Auckland on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and departing Niue on Mondays and Fridays.

Niue High School

Niue High School (Mata Ki Luga) is a secondary school in Alofi, the capital city of Niue.

List of villages in Niue

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The villages Alofi North and Alofi South together serve as the capital of Niue, Alofi (pop.

Niue High School Oval

Niue High School Oval is a multi-use stadium of Niue High School in Alofi, Niue, currently used mostly for association football matches.

Sam Pata Emani Tagelagi

Sam Tagelagi
He served actively on the Alofi village council until his death in 2011.

Capital city

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Alofi is the capital of the Pacific Ocean island nation of Niue.

Ngerulmud

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With a population of less than 1,000 (census of 2014), Alofi has the distinction of being the second smallest national capital city in terms of population (after Ngerulmud, capital of Palau).

Palau

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With a population of less than 1,000 (census of 2014), Alofi has the distinction of being the second smallest national capital city in terms of population (after Ngerulmud, capital of Palau).

Coral reef

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It is located at the centre of Alofi Bay on the west coast of the island, close to the only break in the coral reef that surrounds Niue.

Lakepa

The council's territory borders with Avatele, Hakupu, Lakepa, Liku, Makefu, Mutalau, Tamakautoga and Tuapa.

Makefu

The council's territory borders with Avatele, Hakupu, Lakepa, Liku, Makefu, Mutalau, Tamakautoga and Tuapa.

Tuapa

The council's territory borders with Avatele, Hakupu, Lakepa, Liku, Makefu, Mutalau, Tamakautoga and Tuapa.

Tropical rainforest climate

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Alofi features a tropical rainforest climate under the Köppen climate classification, with no discernible dry season.

Köppen climate classification

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Alofi features a tropical rainforest climate under the Köppen climate classification, with no discernible dry season.

Dry season

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Alofi features a tropical rainforest climate under the Köppen climate classification, with no discernible dry season.