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Motukōkako he nui ōnā painga
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Kua whakaaro te tarati Motukōkako Ahu Whenua mō tō rātou wāhanga pūtea ō te kohae i te toka ō Motukōkako.

Kei te Peiwhairangi taua rōpū e noho ana me te mea nōki nō rātou te toka ō Motukōkako.

Kua roa ngā waka reremoana tūruhi e whiwhi pūtea ana mō te haere ki taua toka.

Ko te kōrero kua puta he tauira pai tēnei kia mahi tahi te taha umanga me tētahi iwi kia kōtahi te haere i tēnei kaupapa.

I rere atu ā kuia Ella Garland, te koromatua Wayne Brown, George Riley ō te Rūnanga ā iwi ō Ngāpuhi, ā Grant Harnish ō ngā wakatopatopa Salt Air ki Motukokako.

Rokohanga atu ka karakia rātou hei tīmatanga tika mō tā rātou nohotahi i taua kaupapa.

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