E mihia ana e Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori te pānui ka whakanuia te wā o Matariki hei rā whakatā mā te iwi whānui, ā te 24 Hune o te tau e tū mai nei. “Wehe ana mātou i te rekareka e pēnei ana te āhua o te whakahōnore i tēnei o ngā huihuinga ahurei ki tēnei moka o te ao,” te kī a Ngahiwi Apanui, tumuaki o Te Taura Whiri.
A research first has highlighted the important role of non-Māori learning te reo for the revitalisation of the language. Charlotte Muru-Lanning spoke to Dr Will Flavell about where the language is going.
Before he started learning te reo Māori, Dr Will Flavell (Ngā Puhi, Ngāti Whatua, Ngāti Mani
Piripi Winiata in just four years has gone from having zero te reo Māori to being invited to the most prestigous language insitute in NZ, the academy for excellence in te reo Māori, Te Panekiretanga o te reo.
The boutique PR agency, Whare PR, has decided to use its high-profile billboard to promote te reo Māori all year around, not just this week. Bridgette Tapsell, CEO of Whare PR, says their electronic billboard is situated above the bag collection ...
People who are opposed to te reo Māori are part of a minority that is growing smaller every day the Māori Language Commission said as it announced the dates for this year’s Māori Language Week. “While some New Zealanders remain bitterly opposed ...
I a tātou o Aotearoa e whakamihi ana i Te Rā o Waitangi, me mahara tātou ki tō tātou ahunga mai, ki tō tātou noho ināianei, ā, ki tō tātou e manako nei kia ahu whakamua ki hea. Nō te tau 1972 i kawea te Petihana o Te Reo Māori ki tō tātou whare paremata e te hunga e kōkiri ana kia whakaakona te reo Māori i ngā kura.
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Hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders joined together to speak, sing and celebrate te reo at midday on Monday. This "Maori Language Moment", part of Te Wiki o te reo Maori, was the single largest celebration of the Maori language in Aotearoa's history, So how can events like these contribute to the goal of getting 1 million Maori language speakers by 2040? Joining us to discuss is Professor Rawinia Higgins, the Chair of Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori chair/The Maori Language Commission. As well as being an eminent Maori studies scholar, she's also a member of the Waitangi Tribunal, and a passionate advocate for all things te ao Maori.
The Government has appointed eight people to oversee a business case for a new public media entity to replace state owned TVNZ and RNZ. The minister of broadcasting and media Kris Faafoi says he plans to present the business case - due to be completed by mid-year- to Cabinet for approval by the end of the year.