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|Folkdance New Zealand (FDNZ):
| Lynnaire Nugent
||Rae Storey (09)524-9504|
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|Wellington, Wairarapa & Kapiti|| Kieron Horide-Hobley (Wellington)
|Hawke's Bay & Poverty Bay||
Cleone Cawood (Havelock North)
|Taranaki||Corry and Leonard Krook (New Plymouth)
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|Auckland & Northland||Rae Storey (Auckland)
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|Rotorua Welsh Community|| Jeannie Wyn Williams
|Auckland Welsh Community||Derek/Louise Williams
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|Auckland Dutch Dancers||Jose Harris
|Dalmatian Cultural Society (Auckland)||Cultural Committee, P.O.Box 8479, Symonds Street, Auckland.||Tel/Fax (09)379-7680|
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Last updated 12 June 2012
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