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It was all hands on deck at Rūātoki yesterday as Tūhoe prepare for their biennial festival, Te Ahurei a Tūhoe, which starts tomorrow. First held in 1972, the three day festival at Mission Road, Rūātoki celebrates unity within the tribe and every second year thousands of people who affiliate to it make the trek back to the Eastern Bay over Eastern weekend to participate in kapa haka, debating and sports competitions. 

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Tuhoe prepares for its biennial festival
24 March 2016

It was all hands on deck at Rūātoki yesterday as Tūhoe prepare for their biennial festival, Te Ahurei a Tūhoe, which starts tomorrow. First held in 1972, the three day festival at Mission Road, Rūātoki celebrates unity within the tribe and every second year thousands of people who affiliate to it make the trek back to the Eastern Bay over Eastern weekend to participate in kapa haka, debating and sports competitions. 

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