Te Reo Māori
It's a pushback against Don Brash's Hobson's Pledge.
2000 schools across Aotearoa will eventually have school traffic signs signs in te reo and English.
Prioritising the language will help race relations in Aotearoa, the Commissioner says.
What's in a name? A calm death.
“Most of the policies and resource management that we have in place for the ocean and freshwater restrict the rights of iwi. So what we need…
Wāti and her sister Meadow talk about their bond growing up together in the final episode.
We sit down with the creators of Whakapaupakihi.
“The country was divided on the issue, as were the members in Government.”
“It looks like a boil up gone wrong..”
“It looks like porridge but it doesn’t smell like it!”
“I thought music and comedy would be a great strategy to highlight and discuss issues like racism.”
“My taiaha heals me and guides me through this world.”
Just in time for mental health awareness week, Re: is launching a new hauora series.
“I thought I was good at staying happy and seeing the best out of every situation. But I wasn’t really good at healing and dealing with…
“I didn’t know how to be safe, because no one teaches you how to be safe."
In this episode, we practice a yoga sequence in te reo Māori with Christine Russell.
In this episode of Mānawa Maiea te Atawhai, we learn Māuri Tau, mindful meditation.
“My family really wanted to learn a lot more. And it kind of made the journey of learning the song so much more special” - Paige…
Karen Leef and Joyce Kupe-Stephens sat down to to talk about their shared histories and struggles.
For many, Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori comes with difficult questions around our dreams for this language.
We talked to four tauiwi (non-Māori) about their journey with te reo Māori.
We spoke to 6 people in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, all at different stages of their reo journey.
It’s important we get to use te reo in all the ways it can be, including the sexy ways!
A reflection from Shilo Kino, a journalist and author.
Today we are seeing the fruits of sacrifices whānau have made in order to save the language.
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori has a long and significant history, and we all should learn about it.
Re: commissioned artist Pounamu Wharekawa to create images for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori.
Ariana Stevens from Reo Māori Mai created some affirmations for those of us on our reo journey.
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori runs 13th-19th September.
Journalist Te Rauhiringa Krystal-Lee Brown shares her story of perinatal anxiety and depression.