Members of the Ngawati whānau stand around a pou rāhui (rāhui post) used to indicate a rāhui on tuna (eels) in particular places. Wiremu Ngawati (front right) stands with his hand on the pou, next to his son, Ariki Hanara Ngawati. Behind them are two women from the family.
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