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  1. 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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    Reo assessment criteria to be determined for Te Matatini

    A Matatini working group have met at Waikato University to determine the criteria that will be used to judge the fluency of the Māori language at the Matatini Kapa Haka Festival 2017 in Hastings.  Reo advocate and Matatini judge Pania Papa says the purpose of the meeting is to ensure that the assessment criteria is the right criteria.

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    Te Mātāwai ready for the people says Māori Development Minister

    The Reo Māori Bill, Te Mātāwai, has been on hold for almost a year, but it is finally ready for iwi.

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    Native Affairs- Lost In Translation

    According to the Ministry of Education, Māori students do much better when their education reflects and values their identity, language and culture.  Yet in the King Country town of Taumarunui Te Reo Māori is only offered as a six-week optional subject at the High School.

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    Green Party challenges Govt to back a Te Reo Māori language month

    Green Party Co-leader Metiria Turei has challenged the government to back a Te Reo Māori language month.

  9. Video for Ngāti Porou Invest $500,000 in Inter-generational Reo Transition
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    Ngāti Porou Invest $500,000 in Inter-generational Reo Transition

    Toitu Ngati Porou, the cultural development arm of Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou commits $500,000 to front-load investment in Ngati Porou language acquisition, promotion and inter-generational transmission.

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    Taura Whiri i te Reo team up with Plunket for Māori Language Week 2015

    For Māori Language Week 2015, Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori (Māori Language Commission) and Plunket have partnered up in support of this year’s theme, “Whāngaihia te reo ki ngā mātua” – Nurture the Language in Parents.

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