Te Papa reopens its doors

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Te Papa has reopened after being closed for two days. A kapa haka group was on hand to announce the national museum’s reopening.
The National museum was closed after the sprinkler system was set off during the week.
No exhibits were damaged by the sprinklers. Following the sprinkler activation all of Te Papa’s systems were checked.
Te Papa spokeswoman Kate Camp said “We are happy to report that everything has been checked and double-checked, and we are ready to open our doors.”

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