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Mutalau is one of the fourteen villages of Niue. Its population at the 2001 census was 133, and 94 in 2011.HistoryOverviewIt was previously known as Ululauta and Matahefonua. Ululauta and Matahefonua both mean "head of the land". The name "Mutalau Ululauta Matahefonua" is adopted by the Mutalau people in Auckland, New Zealand as the name for their trust called the Mutalau Ululauta Matahefonua Trust MUMT. Mutalau has a community hall call Salim Hall, named after the head of the UN Decolonisation Committee that came to Niue in the early 1970s to meet with Niueans and discuss the road map toward self-government.Timeline1846 - Peniamina landed at Uluvehi with the help of Toimata Fakafitienua.GeographyMutalau is the northernmost village on Niue. Its territory borders with Alofi, Hikutavake, Lakepa, Makefu, Toi and Tuapa.EconomyAgricultureThe village has 12,331 vanilla vines in July 2008 which is about 33 percent of Niue's total.TourismThe Mutalau Village Fiafia Night was designed and ready for service on 25 July 2009, a special evening/night of tours, culture and cuisine for tourists.
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