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Trying to trace my son David Motutere Tukaki.
He often uses the name Motu Tukaki.
He has been living in the Wellington area about 20 years and his partner is Karen. I last saw him about 15 years ago.
He made contact with me here in Australia about 8 years ago but must have moved. I would like to make contact again if anyone knows of his whereabouts.
I would appreciate any info.
Tena Koe Atawhi,my name is Meihana brother to Karen Makatea I'm also uncle to Hanna 9 & Monaro 11 doughter and son to David and Karen. These children have been living with me for the past two + years. We are going to be in Aussie on the 10th July flying into Brisbarn returning home 22 July from Melbourn if you live along this coast we would love to meet with you?
I have not heard from David but am in touch with my whanau who last told me Dave is gardening at a sports club Seatoun Wgtn
Kia Ora Meihana
Thank you so much for your reply.
I had almost given up all hope of hearing anything. Yes I know of Hanna & Manaro but have never ever seen them. And yes I do live in Brisbane. Can you please communicate with me via email at email@example.com as I have so many questions.
Kia Ora Leeanne
Ae.....I have spoken to Motu a couple of times this week. He phoned me. His Kids were here in Briz this week with their Uncle Meihana, thanks to his reply. Was choice too. We all had a korero to Motu because the kids didn't even know where he was. He is staying with his bro and I have his number now. Had another call last night telling me he was in Ham. so thanks everyone.
Kia Ora tatou katoa.