Turanganui Schools Kapa Haka Festival

The week-long event started yesterday and finishes with a mass haka on Friday at 1.15pm. Here a rousing group of Years 5 and 6 students from Te Wharau School fill their lungs. Pictures by Rebecca Grunwell
Children of Nga Mokopuna a Hauiti, Tolaga Bay.
Kapa Haka Te Wharau y5/6
Kapa Haka Te Wharau y5/6
Kapa Haka Te Wharau y5/6
Kapa Haka Te Wharau y5/6
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Thousands of children are taking part in the Turanganui Schools Kapa Haka Festival at the Showgrounds Event Centre.

Thousands of children are taking part in the Turanganui Schools Kapa Haka Festival at the Showgrounds Event Centre.

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