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Kua tae mai te toki ki runga i Te Kura Matatini

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I te mārama kua pahure atu nei i tae te rongo ki te Tūmuaki ō Te Kura Matatini ō Taranaki ā Richard Handley, kua heke iho te puna pūtea mai i te Kāwanatanga ki te Kura Matatini.

Ahakoa e ngā wiki e ono kua pahure ake rā i whiwhi Te Kura Matatini nei i te tohu toa, arā mō te tū teitei i roto i ngā mahi mātauranga, kei te whakarohia te kura nei me pewhea ai rātou e mahi pēnei ai?

I te Rāmere, kua hipa atu i whakatakoto kōrero ā Handley ki ōna kaimahi ka tapahia ai ngā tūranga tekau.

Hei tā te kaiwhakahaere nei, mā ēnei mahi ka mutu ngā akoranga e rima, ka tū ētehi akoranga e rua kia whiriwhirihia he huarahi anō.

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