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Dunedin City Council – Kaunihera-a-rohe o Otepoti

Tēnā koutou katoa,

He mihi tēnei i kā huamokopuna o tēnei whenua,p
kā uri o Tahupōtiki, o Hotu Māmoe, o Waitaha hoki.  

Ka rere atu kā mihi i kā hapū o Kāi Te Ruahikihiki me Kāti
Huirapa, mai i kā mauka tapu o Pukekura, a Hikaroroa hoki ki a
koutou e noho karapotia nei i tō tātou awa o Ōtākou tae atu ki
kā kete kai o Waikouaiti. Kai te mihi, kai te mihi.

Karaka atu, karaka atu, karaka atu ki ka karakataka maha e
noho ana i te rohe nei. E hāpai ana i kā Toi tā tēnā ahurea tā
tēnā ahurea. Kia mau, kia ita, kia Toitu!

Greetings
Inside cover image: Stefan Much

Greetings to all,

This is an acknowledgement from the grandchildren of this land,
the descendants of Tahupōtiki, Hotu Māmoe and Waitaha.

The acknowledgement is extended from the sub tribes of
Te Ruahikihiku and Huirapa, from the sacred mountains of
Pukekura and Hikaroroa to all who live around our waterway,
Ōtākou and Puketeraki. Salutations.

We call to the many people of all cultures who live in this area
to hold on to and uplift their cultural practices.

Toitū te Kawa, Toitū te Rangatiratanga,
Toitū te Ao Turoa, Toitū te Kaikokiri,
Toitū te iwi.
Strengthening cultural excellence
through sustainability,
innovation and tenacity.

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