September 16, 2020

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I te tau 1995, i whakaputahia Te Kaieke Tohorā, he whakamāori o te pukapuka The Whale Rider tēnei. Nā Witi Ihimaera i tuhi te pukapuka tūturu, ehara, ā, nā Tā Tīmoti Kāretu i whakamāori. Heoi anō, kāore i taea i...

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