Te Wiki O Te Reo Māori
Do you know your tuakana from your teina?
"A town committed to nurturing its language, its people, and its vibrant culture."
“He pai tēnā?”
“Share your treasures with your world.”
"It takes doing it in real life, not just in my head, and that’s hard."
“Patua te whakamā, don't be ashamed, learning is a process, and learning is a journey."
Kiwi has been a national identifier in New Zealand since the early 1900s.
Watch this clip from the new documentary 'Speak No Māori' available to watch now on TVNZ+.
The Māori student groups took two years to collect 30,000 signatures.
“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.
“I knew it would challenge people's thinking, but that’s another day in the office for me”
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.
Now almost 25% of Māori speak te reo as a first language.
“Every iwi has their own way of reciting their pepeha.”
Pere Wihongi reflects on the importance of Te Karere, and what it signifies for the next generation.