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Friday 19 September 2014
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Posted Date: Monday 15 September 2014
Ka pāngia ohoreretia tētahi parekura, pēra i te rū o te whenua, te tai āniwhaniwha, te pahū o te puia, te waipuke, te āwhā rānei. Ahakoa he aha te parekura, ka taea e tana riri te patu, te whakahingahinga i ngā whare, te kapo rānei i te oranga o te tangata, koinā te take me rite mārika koe ki te manaaki i a koe anō, i tō whānau, i tō kainga, i tō pakihi, i tō hapori hoki.
Mā ngā kōrero i runga i tēnei paetukutuku koe e āwhina ki te whakarite, mā reira whai oranga ai.
Eastern Bay of Plenty Civil Defence invite students from Opotiki, Whakatane and Kawerau involved with Hazard awareness in our region. With three separate age categories students are asked to design pictures, posters and interactive hazards models to display at our local events. Prizes include Frontier helicopter flights and a tour to White Island on PJ Tours. Winners will be chosen by public vote. Get your entries in before August 15.
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