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Kei te kā tonu ngā ahi i Aotea

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Kei te rere atu ngā rangatira ō te rātonga patu ahi ki te moutere ō Aotea i te ata nei ki te tirotiro i te ahu pehea ō te ahi i mumura ake rā ki runga i taua moutere inanahi.

Hei tā Brian Cartell, tētahi ō ngā rangatira e kōrerohia nei, tokomaha ngā tāngata kua oma i ō rātou whare, kei wera i te ahi.

Hei tāna anō, e waru ki te tekau eka whenua kua pau i taua ahi te kai.

Whakawhiti atu ki te Tai Tokerau, kotahi rau, e waru tekau heketea ō ngā whenua ō te Papa Atawhai i te rohe tāpui ō te manga ō Punahaere i Kaipara, kua pau i te ahi.

Ko te whakapae ia i tēnei wā, nā te nanakia taua ahi i tumata.




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