Niue is in need of a coordinator. If you might be interested please contact us by using the link to the left.
Fakaalofa lahi atu!
Niue was first settled by Huanaki and Fao, who voyaged by vaka (canoes) from Tonga, Samoa and Pukapuka Island in the Cook Islands. They named the island Motusefua.
"The Rock," as Niue is affectionately known, is 1000 km west of the Cook Islands, in the South Pacific. Thirteen of our villages may be found along the 67 km circle island road. The Niuean Government is responsible for our internal affairs, while the New Zealand Government looks after Niue's foreign affairs.