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Te Pirikoko Whakaharahara ō ngā Pukapuka

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Koinei te kaupapa hou ka whakawāhangia ki te whare pukapuka ō Te Tairawhiti hei te tau e tū mai nei.

Ko tōna tikanga kia akiaki ai ngā kaimahi ō te whare pukapuka i ngā ririki kia pānui pukapuka ai.

E ai ki Te Rangirangi Tangohau, kaimahi ki te whare pukapuka, e harikoa ana ia ki te huhua ō ngā tamariki e kaingākau ana ki te pukapuka.

Hei tāna anō, ka wehe atu ngā tamariki i te kura mō te wā hararei, tēra pea ka ngenge rātou, kāhore rātou e pānui pukapuka.

Heoi anō, mā te kaupapa ō te pirikoko whakaharahara ō ngā pukapuka, ka kaha tonu ngā tamariki ki te pānui pukapuka hei te wā hararei ō te Kirihimete.

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