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Ko wai ka mōhio ki te whakatau mō ngā rawa hiko
Cosseys dam in the Hunua Ranges. Image source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_dams_and_reservoirs_in_New_Zealand

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Kua tupu te tūmanako ō te Kaunihera Māori ka whai hua rātou i te tautohetohe mō ngā rawa hiko whai muri i ngā kōrero ā tētahi ō ngā pou ō te ture Pākeha.

Hai tā Kaiwhakawā Matua ā Kahurangi Sian Elias, mehemea ki te hoko atu i tētahi porohanga ō ngā kamupene hiko, ka haukoti i te āhei ō te Kāwanatanga ki te whai puretumu e pā ana ki ngā mōtika Māori.

Ko te tirohanga ā te Karauna e kore aua mōtika e whakaitingia.

Kāti e tūmanako ana te Kāwanatanga kia puta te whakatau ā te Kooti ākuanei.



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