Māori prophet Te Kooti's manuscripts displayed for first time

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The first-ever public showing of the the religious manuscripts of the Maori prophet Te Kooti opens this evening. The original documents of the Ringatū religion he founded 150 years ago go on display on Friday in an exhibition in Wellington. Hamish Cardwell went to the gallery as final preparations were being made and he spoke with Richard Niania whose great-great grandfather was handed the manuscript by Te Kooti in 1869.


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