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After seven years of continual battle between James Takamore's widow, Denise Clarke, and his whānau of Tūhoe and Te Whakatōhea, a High Court decision was made in favour of Ms Clarke and an exhumation was ordered. Despite this, Mr Takamore’s whānau were defiant when attempts were made to exhume his remains early this morning.

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Whānau halts attempt to exhume James Takamore’s body
8 August 2014

After seven years of continual battle between James Takamore's widow, Denise Clarke, and his whānau of Tūhoe and Te Whakatōhea, a High Court decision was made in favour of Ms Clarke and an exhumation was ordered. Despite this, Mr Takamore’s whānau were defiant when attempts were made to exhume his remains early this morning.

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3 years ago Thelma Poti (Rua)

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