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Waka Huia – Series 2016, Episode 37

G Whanau-a-Apanui elder Tame Butler reveals how tribal made laws (rahui) replenish sea food stocks as his people celebrate the centennial of the Otuwhare Marae at Omaio Bay.

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Series 2016, Episode 37
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