town, southeastern South Island, New Zealand. It lies 4 miles (6 km) above the mouth of the Matau, a branch of the Clutha River. First settled in ...
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In Māori mythology, Kaitangata is a mortal son of Maui and an industrious man who married the female supernatural being Whaitiri, or a son of star-god Rehua. Due to his name; Kaitangata means man-eater; Whaitiri believed him to be a cannibal as she was however this proved to be incorrect and she eventually left him because he o
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