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SPFA - South Pacific Festival of Arts

SPFA : Dancing from the following groups - Phillip Liner expalining the Snaring of the Frigit Bird Dance, by a couple from Naru group. - Papua New Guinea dancers. - Western Samoan dancers. - Cook Island group - Gilbert Islands - Te Roopu Manutaki of Auckland (poi dance/ haka / waiata-a-ringa). - Soloman Islands. - New Caladonia. - Hawaii - Guam - students from Queen Victoria School...
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