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MAORIOKE - The Final is here!!!

29 October 2004

MAORIOKE - The Final is here!!!

Tune in to Mâori Television this Sunday October 31 at 7.00 PM for the GRAND FINAL of maorioke!

Featuring performances from the top singers from throughout the series, including Wairere Ropata Barnsley (Wellington), Pere Watene (Auckland), Marion Pearce (Whangarei), Tamehana Campbell (Wanganui) and Carly Taia (Auckland). Guest judges Pio Terei, Jacqui Keelan and Whirimako Black will join maorioke hosts Ruia Aperahama and Brannigan Kaa in deciding…..

WHO WILL BE THE maorioke WINNER?

Find out this Sunday October 31 at 7.00 PM on Maori Television.

Tune in to Maori Television. Call 0800 MA TATOU (0800 62 82868) for assistance, or visit our website: www.maoritelevision.com for further information

ENDS


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