In northern traditions, Ruawharo came on the Tākitimu canoe after a dispute with Uenuku, a chief in Hawaiki. Here, members of the Ngāti Kahungunu tribe, whose ancestors came on the canoe, sing a waiata (song) about Ruawharo.
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