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He ūmanga tuari hiko ā Transpower, otirā he hanganga nui tā rātau ki Benmore i te Waipounamu, ko tōna tikanga ka oti ai, he tuku hiko māmā te utu ki te raki.

I tōmuri te hanganga o tetahi taputapu toha hiko i wētahi wā, nā te kore eke ō ngā hāngarau mai Tiamana, engari hai tā Patrick Strange rangatira ō ngā mahi, kai te hāngai ngā mahi, te āhua nei oti wawe.

I tēnei wā, rima tāra ia meka wati haora te utu mō te hiko i te Waipounamu, waru tekau mā waru tāra ia meka wati haora te utu ki Tāmaki.

Hai tā ngā mātanga, kai mua noa atu te hāngarau ā Pole 3 ā tōna wā ka kitea te painga mō te katoa, otirā mō te raki.

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