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    Educational reo resources launched for Māori Language Week

    In celebration of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2016, Education Minister Hekia Parata has announced the release of three new resources to support te reo Māori in classrooms.

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    Tūwharetoa FM launches popular Hi Marks song in te reo

    Tuwharetoa FM has released a te reo Māori song to coincide with Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori. The Turangi based iwi radio station has translated the popular Hi Marks song Till into te reo Māori, giving it the name 'Kia'.

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    Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2016- Ākina te reo- give te reo a go!

    Ākina te reo- give te reo Māori a go is this year's theme for Māori Language Week. All New Zealander's are encouraged to use te reo Māori at home or in their place of work, to show support for the language.

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    Mātaatua youth offer advice to Te Mātāwai at speech competiton

    Teachers in the Mātaatua region are calling on Te Mātāwai Board representatives to have Manu Kōrero competitions as focal points in their work because there's no other forum for youth to stand in their own iwi. The call was made at the Mātaatua Manu Kōrero competition in Tauranga.

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    I am humbled Te Tairāwhiti choose me- MacLeod

    We talk with Jeremy Tātere MacLeod (Ngāti Kahungunu), who has the backing of East Coast iwi to represent them on Te Mātāwai, the entity designed to administer the Māori Language Commission, Māori radio, and Māori Television. He joins urban delegate Willie Jackson and Mataatua delegate Bentham Ohia who've already been appointed. Though MacLeod hails from Kahungunu, he has the interests of the entire Eastern region at the forefront.

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    Māori film star embraces Te reo

    Hunt for the Wilderpeople's Julian Dennison has become the latest face for this year's Māori Language Week. The Ngāti Hāua actor shares the challenges he faces as he learns his native language.

  7. Video for Piripi argues Te Mātawai representation more than fluency
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    Piripi argues Te Mātawai representation more than fluency

    Former CEO of the Māori Language Commission Haami Piripi says te reo Māori fluency should not be the main criteria for appointments to Te Mātāwai, the group providing iwi input into the Māori language strategy.

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    Wellington to host inaugural Māori language parade

    Wellington will host Aotearoa's very first Māori language parade on 4 July.

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    Te Taura Whiri commends Waikato-Tainui's reo plan

    The Māori Language Commission, Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Māori is commending Waikato-Tainui tribal executive Te Arataura for their ambitious plan to have 80% of their descendants speaking the Māori language by 2050.

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    Ngā Tohu Reo Māori 2015: Full rundown of winners

    The winners of the 2015 Ngā Tohu Reo Māori were announced during the weekend, which saw 20 awards handed out to successful recipients.

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