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Kua huri ā Reipa ki te kōrero mō te putanga nui ki Ahitereiria

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Kua tū ā David Shearer te rangatira ō Reipa i te papatākaro ō Westpac Stadium i Poneke ki te whakaatu i te wehenga atu ō te tangata rima tekau mano ō Aotearoa ki Ahitereiria.

Rima tekau mano ka taea te uru atu ki tērā papatākaro, hai taa Shearer ki tāna titiro kua huri ā Aotearoa ki tētahi kura nui hai whakaako i ngā kaimahi ō āpōpō mō tērā whenua mō Ahitereiria.

Hai tā Shearer anō e whakapae ana ia i rere atu te tāngata rima tekau mano mō tēnei tau ki reira noho ai e kore e hoki.




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