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Ko te kaupapa matua i puta mai ko te reo Māori

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Ko te tokomaha ō ngā tāngata mātanga tērā i tū ki te whakaputa I ō rātou whakaaro mō ngā kaupapa hiranga mō te iwi nui ō Te Rarawa.

Ko te hui taumata ō Te Rarawa i puta i tērā wiki kotahi rau neke atu ō ngā tāngata i tae atu ki te whakarongo ki tēnā ki tēāa me ō rātou kōrero hei haria atu te iwi nei ki ngā tau e whai ake nei hei oranga pai mō te iwi ō Te Rarawa.

Ko te āhua nei ō te wānanga ko te kaupapa matua i puta mai ko te reo Māori tērā kei raro rā e putu ana.

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