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WHIWHI HUAWEI IDEOS WAEA PUKOROR REO MAORI

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WHIWHI HUAWEI IDEOS WAEA PŪKORO REO MĀORI!!

He whakataetae e haere ake nei, ka mutu, ko taua wā o te Kirihimete hoki nō reira...pēnā kei te pīrangi whiwhi waea pūkoro Reo Māori, kia titoa, ngahautia mai hoki tētehi ROTAROTA, PAO, WAIATA, NGERI he aha atu rānei hei whakairinga ki te wāhi pāohopori o Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

Ko te kaupapa he whakatairanga i te reo Māori me te rautaki Reo Ora i raro i te maru tūrangahākoa o te Kirihimete.

Kia kaua e roa ake i te 1.30 mīniti te roa o te whakaaturanga, ka mutu, me tae mai ngā tukunga hei te 5 karaka i te ahiahi o te Rāhina te 30 o Whiringa ā rangi.

Meatia hoki te ingoa o te rōpū me te waiata.
Ka whākina te rōpū toa hei te Rāhina te 7 o Hakihea.

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