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E whawhai ana i te mate rūmātiki me ōna pānga

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E whā tekau mā rua kurā kua uru atu ki te kaupapa ārai mate rūmātiki.

Hei tā Helen Herbert, tumu whakahaere ō te kaupapa nei, kei te aronui te kaupapa nei ki ngā tamariki ō Te Tai Tokerau, Te Waiariki, Waikato, Te Tai Tairāwhiti, Te Matau-ā-Maui, Porirua me te tonga ō Tāmaki, nā te mea, kei reira te tokomaha ō ngā tamariki Māori me ngā tamariki iwi moutere e noho ana, me te aha, ko rātou te hunga e tino pāngia ana e te mate rūmātiki nei.




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