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Ka Mau Te Wehi, He Pukapuka
Ngapo and Pimia Wehi. Image source: www.tpk.govt.nz

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Ka riro i te whare pukapuka ō Muirs te pukapuka ō Ka Mau Te Wehi.

Katahi anō te pukapuka ō Ka Mau Te Wehi ka whakawahangia.

He pukapuka tēnei e hangai pū ana ki ngā āhuatanga ō te kapa haka, arā hoki ngā kōrero ā Ngapo rauā ko Pimia Wehi.

Mēnā he hiahia koe kia hoko ai i tēnei pukapuka, ka riro ngā pukapuka ō Ka Mau Te Wehi i te whare pukapuka ō Muirs ki Turanga.

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