Definition funny of Maketu:

urbanA place full of REBEL'S , where it's a hood to hang for youngster's, a nice view across the ocean and where the sunset's are visible, a romantic place for younger's also elder's,and where everyone is like one big family Younger's like to be romantic around this area and do anything anywhere, A very active hood 'never a dull moment

urbanNever a dull moment in Maketu


Songs about Maketu:

songsMake-Tu by Padre René from the Album Jesús Yo Te Amo - En Vivo Vol. 3


Books about Maketu:

booksRomance Treasury: The Hills of Maketu (Gloria Bevan); Under the Stars of Paris (Mary Burchell); Every Wise Man... (1986)

booksThe Hills of Maketu by Gloria Bevan (1969)

booksHans Falk Fra Maketu by Aage Krarup Nielsen (Jan 1, 1940)

booksKo Mata: the Life in New Zealand of Anne Chapman Missionary at the Bay of Islands, Rotorua and Maketu 1830-1855... by Philip Andrews (Dec 31, 1991)

booksHistoric Maketu: Hui Hui Mai! by E. Tapsell (Oct 5, 2000)

booksRomance Treasury: The Hills of Maketu / Under the Stars of Paris / Every Wise Man by Gloria / Mary Burchell / Jacqueline Gilbert Bevan (1986)

booksReport on Marae Enterprises Seminar, Maketu Marae, Kawhia, 8-10 September, 1978 by N.Z.) (1978 : University of Waikato. ; New Zealand. Marae Enterprises Seminar Kawhia (1978)


Wiki information Maketu:

City/Town/Village, Dated location, Location, Statistical region

Maketu is a small town on the Bay of Plenty Coast in New Zealand. Maketu is located on Okurei point and has an estuary from which the Kaituna River used to flow out of, it is also adjacent to Newdicks Beach located on the south eastern side of Okurei...

Wiremu Kingi Maketu
Deceased Person, Person

Wiremu Kingi Maketu was the first person executed in New Zealand under British rule. Maketu was also the first New Zealand Māori to be tried and punished based on British sovereignty over New Zealand.