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Live Video Stream: Tangi for Parekura Horomia

Live Video Stream: Tangi for Parekura Horomia

Welcome to the webcast of the tangi for the Hon Parekura Horomia, live from the Hauiti Marae in Tologa Bay.

This webcast is being produced by the community in Tologa Bay and cameras will be available as people resources allow.

It is expected that the webcast will be available until the end of Saturday 4 May 2013.

Video streamed by R2.co.nz. The full webcast details and a link for alternative bit rates are at http://www.r2.co.nz/20130501

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