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Niue, a self-governing territory in free association with New Zealand, is an island in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Tonga. With an area of approximately 260 sq km and 64 km of coastline, Niue’s terrain consists of steep limestone cliffs along the coast and a central plateau. Alofi is the capital, with a time difference of 11 hours behind GMT. The currency is the New Zealand dollar, and exports include root crops, coconuts and honey. A large proportion Niueans migrate to New Zealand. The population of approximately 1,400 people comprises an ethnic makeup that is 78.2% Niuen and 10.2% Pacific islanders. The primary languages are Niuean and English, and the predominant religion is Christianity.