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Kua tikina atu e te whare herehere ō Rimutaka he kaihautu tuarua hou hai whakatikatika i wētahi tikanga pupuri mauhere, whakatika tangata.

I roto i te wā poto kua ngaua te whero ō te whare herehere.

He kino ngā raruraru kua pā kia rātau i tēnei marama tonu otirā kātahi, i mekea tētahi āpiha i te māhunga, karua i warewaretia tētahi mauhere me tāna wahine i ngā ruma tūtakitaki, katoru i rīria wētahi āpiha mō te tuku i tahi mauhere ki te hoko pizza māna i ā ia i te hōhipera.

E ai ki ā Ray Smith, kaihautū matua ō te tari whakatika tangata, pouri ana tana tari ki ngā mahi nanakia ā wana kaimahi.

Hai tāna hoki, kua rahi haere te hunga e pupurihia ana e rātau ki Rimutaka, ā, me rahi haere ngā raruraru ka tika.

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