Robert Pānapa Tūtaki (seated second from right) at a New Zealand Workers' Union Conference, 1925Whai muri
From the 1920s Bob Tūtaki gave up shearing to become an official organiser for the New Zealand Workers' Union, which by then was representing the interests of Māori as well as Pākehā shearers.
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