One of these pics was taken in a Waikanae café, the other in an Hawaiian church, there is an immediate clue as to which.

Aloha = aroha = love. It is, as most know, the Hawaii state slogan and is used in much the way that Kia Ora is here.

In Hawaiian, kia ora is “E ola.”

Hawaiian is a clearly related Polynesian language to Māori and you often see an “l” in words where there is an ‘r’ in Māori, and a “k” where there is a “t”. Ke Kahi = Te Tahi = The One.