Southern Cross in White as a symbol of peace and commonwealth between people in this multicultural country, is now spread across the flag, each star is occupying each corner symbolising the fusion of different cultures that conform the country.
A Black circle at the centre-left, as symbol of the strength and work of the New Zealanders, embraces a white Koru, the Maori symbol of life, growth, strength and peace.
Red as symbol of life and passion intrinsic in each New Zealander and immigrant that contributes to make of this country the best place to live.
Black and Red, the Maori colours, are combined to create the stylised silver fern (main icon of New Zealand) that weaves as a warm symbol of peace and prosperity.
Blue, as the remained e instituted colour of the actual New Zealand Flag, symbol of loyalty integrity and peace.