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Uru McGarvey, Hokimoana Tawa and Miriama Paraki (left to right), watch funeral proceedings (tangi) for the late Maori queen, Dame Te Atairangikaahu. The women, who are female kuia elders from the Tuhoe tribe, travelled with four busloads of their people to pay their respects to the queen as she lay in state at the Turangawaewae Marae during the six-day burial proceedings.