Muriwai, the sister of Toroa, the captain of the Mataatua canoe, established a rāhui that prohibited the taking of shellfish where her twin sons drowned. The ban ran from Ngā Kurī a Whārei (Bowentown) to Tihirau (Whangaparāoa), and is recognised as the traditional area of the Mataatua tribes.
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