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The mana and the leadership,power and wisdom became Hineamaru as of right as for she was the eldest child and great great grand daughter of Rahiri
By the time Torongare reached Papataharoa near the Motatau Ranges, Torongare was ailing and unable to walk due to a injured leg and he settled to rest.
Hineamaru builds a Pa in Kaikau for her people to care for her father.
Hineamaru leaves Kaikau to find new lands spying out new lands and testing it for fertility but always moving on other people on the land before them so they were forced to continue their journey to avoid disputes.
Fifteen miles south-west of Waiomio Hineamaru led expeditions through the Waiomio valley and along the south banks of the Taumarere river to the fishing grounds of the southern Bay of Islands.
Traditionally this pepeha was in reference to chiefs of Ngati Hine in this sense it refers to our descendency from Hineamaru. Who through the principles of Mana Tupuna we derive our Ancestral hereditary rights and who through the principles of Whanaungatanga we are united.
This tukau is a variety of kumara which she grew in mara or plots which Hineamaru cultivated
Rakaumangamanga Manaia Whatatiri Tutamoe Te Tarai o Rahiri Hikurangi Pouerua Te Rohe Whenua O Ngati Hine
TE KARA O NGATI HINE Me nga korero. Te Kara O Ngati Hine ki te whakakotahi I nga Mana Pukepuke Rau O Ngati Hine I runga I o tatau Whanaungatanga, Taonga, Whenua, Tikanga.