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 <note tip>Must go to'​s ​ <note tip>Must go to'​s ​
  
-http://​www.gisbornewine.co.nz/​festival/​ and http://​www.rhythmandvines.co.nz/​2010/</​note>​+Labour Weekend ​http://​www.gisbornewine.co.nz/​festival/​ 
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 +and New Year http://​www.rhythmandvines.co.nz/​2010/</​note>​
 The city of Gisborne (borrowed from Wikipedia) is located at the north end of Poverty Bay. The white cliff headland of Young Nick's Head at the other end of the bay is visible from the {{  :​living_in_new_zealand:​where_to_live_out_of_auckland:​gisborne_map.jpg|}}city. The cliffs can be seen in the left hand side of the sat photo. The Māori name for the cliffs is Te Kurī-a-Pāoa,​ meaning The Dog of Pāoa, as this was what it was originally said to look like. The city of Gisborne (borrowed from Wikipedia) is located at the north end of Poverty Bay. The white cliff headland of Young Nick's Head at the other end of the bay is visible from the {{  :​living_in_new_zealand:​where_to_live_out_of_auckland:​gisborne_map.jpg|}}city. The cliffs can be seen in the left hand side of the sat photo. The Māori name for the cliffs is Te Kurī-a-Pāoa,​ meaning The Dog of Pāoa, as this was what it was originally said to look like.
  
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