Agreement between the Crown and Ngāi Tahu in 1997 included official recognition for Māori names. In many instances they were paired with current names, thus Mt Aspiring/Tītītea, the Moeraki Boulders/Kahinaki, and Aoraki/Mt Cook for the country’s highest mountain.
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