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Kei te whaiwhai tonu mō te whenua

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Kei te whawhai te kaituhi Māori rongonui rā, ā Patricia Grace, ki te hiahia ō Ikiiki Whenua ki te muru i ngā wāhi tapu i runga i te whenua ō tōna whānau, kia tū ai he huarahi matua hou ki reira, arā, te Kapiti Expressway.

Nā Grace ngā pukapuka rongonui pērā i ā Potiki me Tū i tuhi, ā, nāna ētahi kōrero i whakapuaki ake ki te Uepū e arotake ana i tēnei huarahi hou i te marae ō Whakarongotai inanahi.

Hei tāna, ko tōna whenua te wāhi i tū ai te papa kāinga ō Tuku Raakau i ngā wā ō mua, ā, i reira ngā whare me ngā māra, ā, i tanumia ngā pito me ngā whenua ō ngā pēpi ō tōna whānau ki reira.




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