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Martin Doyle Cartoon: What are the odds?

Martin Doyle Cartoon: What are the odds?

Te Papa has brought home numerous mokomokai [tattooed Maori heads] from overseas museums. Moves are also underway to repatriate the remains of some soldiers buried overseas. Willie Apiata was honoured for rescuing a comrade under fire on the battlefield. And recently, the Mayor of Wellington even tried to have Katherine Mansfield dug up and brought 'home'. The 29 victims at Pike River deserve the same grunt from fellow New Zealanders.

Ref: Why did the latest Pike River mine footage cause such an uproar?


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