Te Reo Māori
Whether they want to or not.
Te Matahiapo Safari Hynes writes on what the new government's policies mean for Māori.
Do you know your tuakana from your teina?
“He pai tēnā?”
"If people do not use the Hawai’ian language, it will cease to exist."
You might have noticed the use of karakia in public meetings keeps making headlines recently.
We spoke to iwi historian Che Wilson about this.
“Absolutely, all Māori children should have access to Māori medium education and knowledge.”
Te Rauhiringa Brown is a reporter at TVNZ and since July, she been presenting the weather.
We talked to four tauiwi (non-Māori) about their journey with te reo Māori.
“Starting route to towel-rung-ah.”
Almost 8% of New Zealanders can speak te reo at least fairly well, which is up from 6.1% in 2018.
Here’s a fun way to add some new kupu to your kite this Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori.
“We were taught that everything they were doing was good and everything we were doing was bad."
"I do a lot of my art based off mātauranga Māori. I learn and wānanga a lot with my kaumātua."
Welcome to Te Wiki o te Reo Māori.
Today we are seeing the fruits of sacrifices whānau have made in order to save the language.
Now almost 25% of Māori speak te reo as a first language.
What's in a name? A calm death.
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.
“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.”