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kiriwai
(@kiriwai)
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I'm not to sure a bout this, or whether I heard it right, on the Maori News (TE KARERE)last night but I did hear the name Rarere whom has just passed away in or from Mahia.

My whanau and I would like to give our condolences to the whanau, our grandmother was Te Kumeroa Rarere and no doubt is her whanau too.

Arohanui
na Winiata whanau o Winiata Pa, Taihape

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Posted : 01 September, 2007 2:48 pm
rarere OWC
(@rarere-owc)
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kiaora yes that is correct my kuia Apikara Rarere passed away

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Posted : 01 October, 2007 4:18 pm
tane_ariki OWC
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I want to express my aroha ki a koutou katoa o te whanau Rarere,

I knew some of your relations in Australia (Scotty and Kahu) who live in Brisbane now. I also know your whanaunga out in Glen Innes, he married a Rarotongan lady and I was good friends with one of their daughters, Korima.

Aroha nui ki a koutou katoa i tenei wa o te pouritanga.

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Posted : 01 October, 2007 6:24 pm
kiriwai
(@kiriwai)
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Our condolences to you and your whanau, for your loss of your Nan, rarere. I hope one day we shall all meet.

Kiaora Kiriwai

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Posted : 01 October, 2007 8:55 pm
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