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New Zealand (Aotearoa) - bank and public holidays of the world - 1970-2070

Full calendar of public and bank holidays of the world (and banks closures), from 1970 until 2070 for New Zealand (Aotearoa)



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Nelson Day (Nelson only)Monday February 5, 2018Secular holiday 
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Waitangi (New Zealand Day)*Tuesday February 6, 2018National Day 
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Valentine's DayWednesday February 14, 2018cards/flowers 
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Taranaki Day (Taranaki only)Monday March 12, 2018Secular holiday 
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Otago Day (Otago only)Monday March 26, 2018Secular holiday 
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Good Friday*Friday March 30, 2018Catholic or protestant 
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Nelson Day (Nelson only) -
Monday February 5, 2018

Secular holiday :


Waitangi (New Zealand Day) -
Tuesday February 6, 2018

Secular holiday : 1840 Treaty of Waitangi between Maoris and British government


Valentine's Day -
Thursday February 14, 2019

cards/flowers :


Taranaki Day (Taranaki only) -
Monday March 12, 2018

Secular holiday :


Otago Day (Otago only) -
Monday March 26, 2018

Secular holiday :


Good Friday -
Friday March 30, 2018

Catholic or protestant : The First Council of Nicaea (a gathering of bishops in the early days of Christianity) wanted to find a day to commemorate the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. This commemoration had to be linked to Jewish holiday traditions, since the last supper of Christ was believed to be a Jewish Passover meal. But the Jewish calendar is based on lunar and solar cycles, so the Easter celebration had to follow the same calendar.