As the Auckland secondary schools' Polyfest heads into its last day of competition tomorrow, one family continues to celebrate more than 30 years' of participation.
The Tusini family from Otara have been involved with the event's Niuean stage for generations now and have been featured in a special video made by the festival's key sponsor, ASB Bank.
The family was featured in the Herald last year, marking the Polyfest's 40th year.
Candy Tusini-Rex, 33, told the newspaper at the time she was just a baby when her mother -- a tutor -- began taking her along to practices for Tangaroa College's Niuean group.
Miss Tusini-Rex's grandmother and grandfather, Misiliema and the late Salekiu Tusini, were also tutors for the group.
Mrs Tusini -- now in her mid-80s -- is featured in the video singing and dancing alongside her children, grandchildren and nieces and nephews who have all participated at the festival.
The Polyfest completed its second-to-last day of competition today.
Tomorrow is always a big highlight for the event, as schools continue to battle it out on the Tongan, Samoan, Niuean, Cook Islands and Maori stages. The Diversity stage performances ended today.
Prime Minister John Key was among guests at the festival today. Mr Key attended a special gathering at the festival this afternoon, before popping in to see students performing at the Cook Islands stage.
Minister of Pacific People's, Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga, was also there.