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Scoop Images: Te Papa Prepares To Do Battle

Named after the greeting the East Timorese use for the NZ Forces, the KIA ORA KIWI Defence Exhibition will be formally opened at Wellington's Te Papa museum at mid day Thursday, April 6, and open to the public from mid day Friday, April 7.



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An anti-tank gun placed on the roof of Te Papa - the Museum of New Zealand - as part of the KIA ORA KIWI Defence exhibition - photo NZDF.

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