Te reo Maori


we've just finally stopped suppressing the language - Gary Dell

I live in Aotearoa New Zealand, but I grew up in New Zealand.One of my great-grandfathers was a man called Ben Keys. During the turn of the 20th century he travelled the country mapping tribal lands. His diaries are in the Alexandra Turnbull Library in Wellington and his map...
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in te reo Māori

A Hamilton high school principal is hoping that trade papers translated into te reo Māori will allow students to see the value in their language.The Building, Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO) have released the first building, construction and allied trade...
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of te reo Maori rejected

A community board member’s report complaining about use of te reo Maori at a local government conference has been deemed unacceptable by the Dunedin City Council.Brian Peat, of the Mosgiel Taieri Community Board, referred to ‘‘a young Maori chap’’ talking in te reo...
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one floor at a time

A Christchurch teenager has elevated her native language by battling for two years to get te reo Māori programmed into her school lifts.Rangimarie Te’evale-Hunt was only 13 and new to mainstream schooling when she made moves to have te reo Māori spoken in the lifts at th...
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Te reo Māori:

June 4, 2021

Tertiary provider 'revolutionary change' for top of the South

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) has been chosen as one of 13 providers to deliver a programme aimed at normalising te reo Māori in the education sector.The $108 million government Te Ahu o Te Reo Māori programme, launched at the end of...
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How learning te reo Māori

October 3, 2020

is giving a young businesswoman greater purpose

Jacinta Gulasekharam is a socially driven entrepreneur and co-founder of period poverty start-up Dignity. We spoke to her about how that work feeds her drive to learn and honour te reo.Growing up in Feilding, Jacinta Gulasekharam felt both safe and strange. She was...
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“He aroha whakatō, he aroha puta mai.” “If kindness is sown, then kindness you shall receive. “

It was with much pride on a mid-September Monday morning that I opened our very own The Southland Times and saw the usual masthead – the name of the paper – replaced with Te Karere o Murihiku.To me it looked perfect. I would be happy seeing that on every c...
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helps language to thrive

Alice Dimond (Kāi Tahu, Ngāti Kahungunu) was inspired to create her app, Hapori, to help te reo Māori speakers who don't have people around them to kōrero with."My inspiration for creating Hapori was because of own journey in te reo Māori, so I learned te reo through hi...
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We have the power to ensure

September 18, 2020

te reo thrives in Aotearoa

If someone had told me decades after my childhood we would still be shovelling money into the America’s Cup, I would have dropped my 12-sided, Dungeons and Dragons dice and laughed in their face.Why are we still enduring this never-ending ritual hazing: forking out cash, p...
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with te reo Māori

Weta Workshop meant to name itself after a spiky native insect. Missing macrons meant the special effects and prop company ended up with something quite different.According to Hēmi Kelly, a lecturer in Te Ara Poutama, the faculty of Maori Studies at AUT, the correct wa...
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