Mutalau

Mutalau is one of the fourteen villages of Niue.wikipedia
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Niue

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Mutalau is one of the fourteen villages of Niue. Che Fu is also another New Zealand popular artist of Niuean descent, his father Tigilau Ness is full blooded Niuean from Mutalau.
He was finally allowed to land in Uluvehi Mutalau after a number of attempts in other villages had failed.

Alofi

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

Pauly Fuemana

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Pauly Fuemana the man behind the How bizarre song, the first hit from New Zealand to top the music charts in many countries.
His father, Takiula Fuemana, is originally from Mutalau, Niue, before emigrating to New Zealand, while his mother was Taranaki Māori.

Nukai Peniamina

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*1846 - Nukai Peniamina landed at Uluvehi with the help of Toimata Fakafitienua.
On 26 October, and on their fifth landing attempt, the chiefs of Mutalau accepted them.

Che Fu

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Che Fu is also another New Zealand popular artist of Niuean descent, his father Tigilau Ness is full blooded Niuean from Mutalau.
In 2011, Fu and his father Tigilau were featured in a documentary for Māori TV in which they travelled to their homeland of Mutalau, Niue for the first time together.

List of villages in Niue

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Mutalau is one of the fourteen villages of Niue.

Tigilau Ness

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Che Fu is also another New Zealand popular artist of Niuean descent, his father Tigilau Ness is full blooded Niuean from Mutalau.
In 2011, Ness and Che Fu were featured in Sons from Afar, a documentary for Māori TV in which they travelled to their homeland of Mutalau, Niue for the first time together.

Auckland

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The name "Mutalau Ululauta Matahefonua" is adopted by the Mutalau people in Auckland, New Zealand as the name for their trust called the Mutalau Ululauta Matahefonua Trust MUMT.

New Zealand

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The name "Mutalau Ululauta Matahefonua" is adopted by the Mutalau people in Auckland, New Zealand as the name for their trust called the Mutalau Ululauta Matahefonua Trust MUMT.

Hikutavake

Its territory borders with Alofi, Hikutavake, Lakepa, Makefu, Toi and Tuapa.

Lakepa

Its territory borders with Alofi, Hikutavake, Lakepa, Makefu, Toi and Tuapa.

Makefu

Its territory borders with Alofi, Hikutavake, Lakepa, Makefu, Toi and Tuapa.

Toi, Niue

Toi
Its territory borders with Alofi, Hikutavake, Lakepa, Makefu, Toi and Tuapa.

Tuapa

Its territory borders with Alofi, Hikutavake, Lakepa, Makefu, Toi and Tuapa.

How Bizarre (song)

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Pauly Fuemana the man behind the How bizarre song, the first hit from New Zealand to top the music charts in many countries.

Cyclone Heta

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These groups are actively involved in raising funds, contributing items and offering sponsorships, especially for the Cyclone Heta recovery, Marine Days and Show Days.

Bill Vakaafi Motufoou

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Bill Vakaafi Motufoou is the Assemblyman for the Village of Mutalau on Niue.

Avatele

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.

Geography of Niue

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The lowest point is at sea level, and the highest is an unnamed point near Mutalau settlement, at 68 m.

Liku

It is also - along with Lakepa, six kilometres to the north and Hakupu, 10 kilometres to the south - one of three villages on the east coast road which connects Vaiea in the south with Mutalau on the north coast.