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. 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?