The crowd at a rugby match sing what is sometimes called New Zealand's unofficial national anthem, 'Pōkarekare ana'. A Māori love song which originated among soldiers from Northland during the First World War, it became familiar to generations of New Zealanders, both Māori and Pākehā.
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