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    • Circolo Italiano di Wellington Inc
      • The Circolo Italiano was founded in Wellington in 1946 and is affiliated to the Societa' Dante Alighieri in Rome. It is one of two 'Italian Clubs' in Wellington, the other being Club Garibaldi. Circolo Italiano promotes the Italian language and culture
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    • Polish Community in Wellington
      • The Polish Community in Wellington, New Zealand, is a vibrant, social and culturally active community, that aims to share its rich Polish culture with the wider community and to pass on our culture to future generations.
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    • Wellington Indian Association
      • Welcome to the newly constructed website of the The Wellington Indian Association The Wellington Indian Association is a charitable organization that was established in 1925 to foster Indian culture for Indians in Wellington We promote and advance the welfare and status of Indians resident in Wellington , and promote a better understanding of the Hindu religion and Indian culture.
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    • Wellington Russian Club
      • Our aim is to share knowledge about Russian culture with New Zealanders and keeping Russian language through the generations. Founded in 2000, the Wellington Russian Club helps new settlers from Russia who have arrived in Wellington to live and work with information, support and knowledge of New Zealand culture. We invite them to be part of our wonderful programmes and events.
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    • Wellington Tenths Trust
      • The Wellington Tenths Trust was established to administer Māori reserve lands, largely in urban Wellington. It also administers a rural block in Kaitoke. The Reserve has a set of beneficial owners descended from Te Atiawa, Ngāti Tupaia, Taranaki and Ngāti Tama tūpuna who were resident around Te Whanganui a Tara (Wellington Harbour) in 1840. The origin of the Tenths goes back to the 1839 deed of purchase by the New Zealand Company, which promised the chiefs of the Port Nicholson district that they would retain one tenth of the total land ceded by them to be held in trust for their heirs forever.
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