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Ka tīmata ai ā Michelle Hippolite i tana mahi hou ki Te Puni Kokiri

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E rapu whakamarama ana te tāhuhu rangapu hou ō Te Puni Kokiri i ngā Minita Māori ō te whare pāremata, he aha ra ō rāua hiahia mōna i roto i tāna mahi hou.

Nō tēnei wiki i tīmata ai te kaiwhakahaere Māori ō mua ō Te Papa, ā Michelle Hippolite ō Waikato Tainui, ki tāna mahi hou hei tāhuhu rangapu ō Te Puni Kokiri.

Hei tāna, he rereke ake ngā hiahia ō te Minita i ngā Take Māori, arā, ō Pita Sharples, i ngā hiahia ō te Minita Whānau Ora, arā, ō Tariana Turia.

Tuia ki tērā, e arotakehia ana te mahi ā Te Puni Kokiri hei ngā marama e tū mai nei.




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