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Poll: Do you want to see a museum in Te Awamutu?

The team Reporter from Cambridge Edition

The kitty to build a museum acknowledging the New Zealand Wars has grown by $1 million.

Waipā mayor Jim Mylchreest says "No one in New Zealand has attempted a project this ambitious before, weaving together different perspectives on the New Zealand land wars."

Do you want to see a museum in Te Awamutu? Let us know your thoughts!

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Do you want to see a museum in Te Awamutu?
  • 20% Absolutely!
    20% Complete
  • 12% No, I don't think it needs one
    12% Complete
  • 8% I'm not bothered
    8% Complete
  • 60% I think money should be spent elsewhere
    60% Complete
25 votes
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