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Hei tērā marama, rāpoi atu ai ngā whare wānanga me ngā pokapū rangahau ō te motu ki Taranaki, ki te matapaki me pehea tā rātou kuhu i te mātauranga taketake ō te iwi Māori ki ngā kaupapa toi, pūtaiao, hangarau anō hoki e whakahaerehia ana e rātou.

Hei tā te kaihautū i te hui nei, ā Ian Clothier ō te Rōpū Intercreate Trust, kei te hiahia hoki ētahi tāngata nō Kānata, Amerika, Tiamani me Ahitereiria, ki te haere mai ki te hui nei.




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