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Te Hapu o Ngati Wheke of Rapaki Marae Advise

TE PUNI KOKIRI

17 September 2003

Media Advisory
For immediate release

Te Hapu o Ngati Wheke of Rapaki Marae Christchurch advise that:

Media may be present at the marae up until 10 am (at which time they must leave) and may return to the marae at 2pm or at the end of the hui (whichever is the later).

Te Karere, Ruia Mai and Tahu FM will be permitted to stay on the marae for the whole day. They will be able to take notes during this time but not record. No cameras are to be used in the Wharenui or marquee and no interviews must take place during proceedings.

Please respect the tikanga of the marae.

The media stipulations contained in this advisory are the wishes of the marae and are communicated by Te Puni Kokiri as part of the Ministry’s facilitation role. Please note that the marae reserve the right to change their arrangements at any time.

ENDS

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