The World Factbook: Background: :: Niue's remoteness, as well as cultural and linguistic differences between its Polynesian inhabitants and those of the rest of the Cook Islands, has caused it to be separately administered. The population of the island continues to drop (from a peak of 5,200 in 1966 to an estimated 1,229 in 2013) with substantial emigration to New Zealand 2,400 km to the southwest. :: ...read more [Source: The World Factbook] Wikipedia: Niue (/ˈnjuːeɪ/ NEW-ay; Niuean: Niuē) is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean, 2,400 kilometres (1,500 mi) northeast of New Zealand within the triangle formed by Tonga (to the west), Samoa (to the north) and the Cook Islands (to the east). Its land area is 260 square kilometres (100 sq mi) and its population, predominantly Polynesian, is around 1,400. They commonly refer to the island as "the Rock", a reference to the traditional moniker "Rock of Polynesia".[citati...read more [Source: Wikipedia]
Expertise (alphabetical order)
Official WebsitesGovernment of Niue...Taoga Niue (Department of Niue Cultural He...Niue Development Bank...
Libraries and ArchivesNiue Campus Library of the University of S...
Museum CollectionsAmerican Museum of Natural History...Australian Museum...Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum...
Health and Health ResearchDepartment of Health - Government of Niue...United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)...World Health Organization (WHO)...
List of languages More on Glottolog
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