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Ka kore ngā kaiako ō Otautahi e haere ki te mahi

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Kua whakaae ngā kaiako kotahi mano ō Otautahi ki te whakahaere porotū ā te tekau mā iwa ō Huitanguru ā tērā tau.

Ka kore rātou e haere ki te mahi hei taua rā, he kiriweti nō rātou ki te rautaki ā te Minita i ngā take Mātauranga, ā Hekia Parata, kia katia ētahi ō ngā kura ō te rohe ka tahi, ka rua, kia komitimitihia ētahi atu.

Hei tā ngā kaiako nei, ko te tūmanako kia aro mai ā Parata ki wā rātou aue, engari, ko tērā tūmanako tērā.




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