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Ko te mahi tāhae uri Tangaroa

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Kei te kotihi ō ngā tatauranga tāhae uri Tangaroa, arā poaching, te iwi Māori me ngā iwi moutere.

Hei tā te Manatu Ahumahi Tuatahi, kotahi mano, e waru rau, e whā tekau mā whitu ngā tāngata kua mau i ā rātou mō te tāhae uri Tangaroa i ngā tau e toru nei, ko te nuinga ō rātou i mau mō te tāhae paua iti rawa, maha rawa rānei.

Hei tā Mike Green ō te Manatū nei, ko te takutai ō te Whanganui-ā-Tara te wāhi kino ō te motu mō te tāhae paaua, ā, ko Ahuriri te wāhi kino mō te tāhae koura.




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