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Ka tu te hui Tāne Ora ō Aotearoa ki Waiharakeke

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Ka tū te hui ā te rōpū mana Tāne Ora ō Aotearoa ki Waiharakeke akuanei.

Hai tā Joe Puketapu ko wētahi tino kaupapa ā te rōpū nei, he hiki i te wairua, te mana me te oranganui ō te hunga tāne.

Ko te kaupapa ō te hui ko Tāne Ora, Whānau Ora, nā, hai tā Puketapu anō, tokomaha ngā tāne kāre e whakapuaki i wō rātau ngākau ki wō rātau hoa rangatira, ki wō rātau whānau hoki.

Ka rongo i ngā kōrero ā ngā mananui kai te whai te kaupapa nei, i ā Buck Shelford, George Gray, Zane Scarborogh, Clive Aspin me Tā Mason Durie e kōrero ana.

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