He moheni reo Māori a Eke Panuku 31 mā te hunga rangatahi i roto i ngā kura Māori me ngā akoranga reo Māori huri noa i te motu. He pūrākau e pā ana ki ētahi tama tokorua – he kairapuhara tā rāua mahi. Ko tā rāua he kimi i te tangata nāna nei ngā rare i tāhae. Na, ka whāia e rāua ngā tohu whakamōhio me ngā tīwhiri, ā, tae rā anō ki tētahi matakite me te whare whakahaehae. Engari, me whakawhirinaki atu, me whakapono rānei rāua ki a wai?
Eke Panuku 31 is a recreational youth magazine produced for students in wharekura and Māori-language immersion and bilingual settings. In this issue, we follow two detectives (friends) as they search for the missing lolly jar stolen from a stall at the fair. The evidence and clues take them to a fortune-teller and a haunted house. But, which of their friends can they trust and believe along the way?
Eke Panuku 31 – Te Kaitāhae Rare