Waitangi Day History
Waitangi Day celebrates the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840. The Treaty of Waitangi is considered to be New Zealand's founding document. The date marks an important moment in the nation's history and is celebrated as New Zealand's National Holiday.
Waitangi Day is celebrated annually on February 6th or the following Monday if it falls on a weekend. The day was first celebrated in 1934 and has been a public holiday since 1974.
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