New Zealanders voted to keep the current flag.

For multiple flag poles, the New Zealand flag should fly from the pole on your left as you’re looking at it, with the national Māori flag next to the New Zealand flag.

New Zealanders preferred to keep the current flag by a wide margin.

New Zealand government invited designs from public in 2015 for a new national flag for New Zealand.

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Australian flag depicts Southern Cross constellation with five white stars – one small five-pointed star and four, larger, seven-pointed stars while the flag of New Zealand shows Southern Cross with four 5-point red stars with white borders.

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On 14 December 2009, Cabinet recognized the Māori (Tino Rangatiratanga) flag as the preferred national Māori flag, and noted that it will complement the New Zealand flag.

The flag of the Governor-General takes precedence over the flag of New Zealand and is second only to the Queen's Personal New Zealand Flag.

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Between 3 March and 24 March 2016, New Zealanders of voting age were asked if they want to stay with the current New Zealand flag or to have a new silver fern flag.

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Where there is a single flagpole, the New Zealand flag should fly above the national Māori flag to respect its status as the symbol of the Realm, Government and people of New Zealand.

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People from all walks of life submitted their ideas for a new flag for New Zealand, and there were no limitations in terms of age or where people came from or lived.

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The new flag, popularly known as 'flag of the United Tribes of New Zealand', was later approved by King William IV making it the first official flag of New Zealand

The British flag (Union Jack) replaced the flag of the United Tribes of New Zealand as the official flag of New Zealand.

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In March 2016 New Zealanders voted for the current flag in preference to the Silver Fern (Black, White and Blue) flag which they had chosen from among five options in an initial referendum in November 2015.

When the New Zealand government invited designs from public in 2015 for a new national flag for New Zealand, it received more than 10,000 designs.

The British Government appointed James Busby as British Resident to New Zealand in 1832 following a petition from northern Māori.

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The Union Jack remained New Zealand's flag until the passage of the New Zealand Ensign Act instituted the current flag in 1902.

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From those designs, five designs were finalized and presented to the New Zealand public to rank them during the first postal referendum held between 20 November and 11 December 2015.