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  1. Video for Ngā Tāngata Taumata Rau - Ngā Tamariki o te Kohu, Series 1 Episode 14
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    Ngā Tāngata Taumata Rau- Ngā Tamariki o te Kohu, Series 1 Episode 14

    Mere Mclean travels to Ruatoki to meet up with horseman Puni Tiakiwai who explains the value of the faithful hoiho to the people of Te Urewera.

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    80% of Waikato-Tainui uri to be fluent in Te Reo by 2050

    Rāhui Papa, chairman of Waikato-Tainui tribal executive Te Arataura, believes eighty percent of iwi members will be fluent in Te Reo Māori by 2050.

  3. Video for Love for te reo & tikanga Māori fostered to over 1400 Gisborne students
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    Love for te reo & tikanga Māori fostered to over 1400 Gisborne students

    Teaching kapa haka, Māori language tutorials and cultural traditions in schools throughout Gisborne is the work of Pura Tangira from Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki.  He has over 1400 students from toddlers through to primary and intermediate schools.

  4. Video for Proposal for every Aucklander to be fluent in te reo & two other languages
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    Proposal for every Aucklander to be fluent in te reo & two other languages

    "Kia ora" and "Kei te pēhea" could be normal phrases spoken in everyday lives of Aucklanders if a new language strategy gets the buy in.  COMET, a subsidiary group of Auckland City Council, is proposing to have every Aucklander fluent in Māori and two other languages. 

  5. Video for Alien Weaponry and Te Reo - "It's been really great to see people saying yes to something new"
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    Alien Weaponry and Te Reo- "It's been really great to see people saying yes to something new"

    Alien Weaponry - The young, talented band comprising three rangatahi who are making their mark on the New Zealand music scene with their unique heavy metal music with a te reo Māori twist.

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    150 years of the Māori Land Court recognised

    Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell and Justice and Courts Minister Amy Adams have marked 150 years of Te Kooti Whenua Māori, the Māori Land Court.

  7. Video for Pouroto Ngaropo to help achieve Māori TV bilingual goal
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    Pouroto Ngaropo to help achieve Māori TV bilingual goal

    Māori Television welcomed Pouroto Ngaropo the new Head of People, Language and Culture, a new role established to maintain Māori language and customs to the highest standard.  Māori Television CEO Paora Maxwell hopes the new role will help achieve his new goal of making all workers bilingual by 2020.

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    Tuvalu culture and language holds strong in Auckland

    The Tuvalu language and culture is alive and thriving says Sagaa Malua from Auckland Tuvalu Community Trust.  Tuvalu Language week has kicked off today around the country.

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    Pouroto Ngaropo joins Māori TV leadership

    Pouroto Ngaropo, an expert in Māori language and customs, will assume the new role of Tumuaki Pūmanawa Tāngata at Māori Television in mid-October.

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    Native language of Patukoraha surveyed

    A doctorate research conducted by an alumnus of Te Panekiretanga o te Reo aims to analyse the health of the Māori language of a subtribe based in the Far North.

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