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I te tau kei te heke mai ka kauhoe ngātahi ngā uri ō te awa tupua mai i te tīmatanga ki te whakaotinga ō te awa.

Ko te arotahi ō tēnei haerenga kia tipu kia rea ngā kōrero ā ō tātou mātua tīpuna, kia haere ngātahi hei iwi, ki runga i tō tātou awa tūpua mai te maunga ki ngā wai ō Tangaroa, kia mōhio pai ki ngā kōrero tuku iho 'Ko au te awa, ko te awa ko au'.

Hei te rā tuarima ō te marama ō Kohitātea, ka tīmata tēnei hikoinga mai te marae ī Ngapuwahia, tae atu ki Ngahuinga, ki Ohinepane, Ki Tawata, Ki Whitianga, ki Patiarero, Ki Matahiwi, Ki Pungarehu, Ki Kaiwhaiki, katahi ka mutu hei te rā tekau mā waru ki te marae ō Putiki.

Ko te rua rau tāra te utu mō tēnei haerenga heoti anō rā menā ka haere ngā tāngata e whā nō tō whānau ka heke iho te utu mai te tekau paiheneti.

Mō ētehi atu `korero e pa ana ki tēnei haerenga waea atu ki a Gerrard Albert i te nama kore ono toru whā whā whā whā rima Imera rānei ki gerrard.albert@wrmtb.co.nz .



Ka taea hoki te whiwhi tūhinga rehita ki te irirangi Māori ā Awa FM.


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