Niue represents an island country located in in the South Pacific Ocean, northeast of New Zealand. Niue is a state in free association with New Zealand, and Niueans are considered citizens of New Zealand. The flag of Niue differs from the other flags with the British Ensign design since the field is colored yellow and the Union Jack is defaced with five yellow stars and a blue disc with a larger star on it in the centre on the Jack. The flag was adopted in 1975.
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