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He nui ake te utu mō te haere ki Kāpiti

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Kai te whakapikihia e Te Papa Atawhai ngā utu e āhei te tangata te tau ki runga ō Kapiti.

E ai ki te kōrero he take ōhanga tēnei pikinga utu, ā, ka whakahokia atu ngā hua ki ngā hōtaka kati atu i ngā orotā pēnei i te wīhara, paihamu me te ngeru.

Ka whakapauhia atu hoki ki te whakatikatika i ngā rawa ā Te Papa Atawhai kai runga ō Kapiti.

Ka piki ngā utu mai i tētahi rau iwa tekau tāra ia whānau ki te toru rau tāra ia whānau.

Ka piki te utu mō te tangata kōtahi mai i te whitu tekau mā tahi tāra ki te tahi rau e rima tāra, mō ngā tamariki mai i te whā tekau mā tahi tāra ki te rima tekau mā rima tāra.

Hai tā kaiarahi tūruhi Jackie Elliot ko te pouri kē ka uaua mō ngā whānau.

Engari kāre he utu ki ngā kura.

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