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Titoki, New Zealand

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Titoki, New Zealand

Titoki
Titoki is located in Northland Region
Titoki
Titoki
Coordinates:
Country New Zealand
Region Northland Region
District Whangarei District

Titoki is a locality in the Mangakahia Valley of Northland, New Zealand. Whangarei is 26 km (16 miles) to the east. The Wairua River passes to the east of Titoki, and the Mangakahia River, to the west.[1][2] A hydroelectric plant has been operating at Wairua Falls since 1916.[3] It was upgraded to produce 5.4 Gwh per year in 2007.[4]

Contents

  • Education 1
  • Notable people 2
  • Notes 3
  • External links 4

Education

Mangakahia Area School is a coeducational composite school (years 1-15), with a decile rating of 3 and a roll of 157.[5] The school, previously called Titoki District High School, celebrated its centennial in 2007.[6]

Notable people

Notes

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External links

  • Mangakahia Area School website


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