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Grieving kūia, dressed in black, sat next to the korowai covered coffin under a marquee at the foot of the wharenui, Pare Waikato.
Wētere, a former Māori Affairs Minister and Labour MP died in his daughter's arms after an ongoing battle with prostate cancer.
Born in Te Kūiti in 1935, Wētere was of Ngāti Maniapoto descent.
Above hang photos of Kiingitanga leaders from Kingi Potatau te Wherowhero to Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu.
READ MORE: Former Labour minister Koro Wētere dies surrounded by family at Te Kuiti Hospital The kūia will remain with Wētere's body, which arrived at the marae late Saturday afternoon, until he is interred. As the morning mist cleared, some of Wētere's family - who had just arrived from Perth - were welcomed onto the marae with a whakatau.
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He worked as a farmer in the King Country and served as an Āpotoro in the Rātana Church before moving into the public service.