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    Te Mātāwai appoints Chief Executive Officer

    Te Atarangi Whiu has been appointed as the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of the Te Mātāwai Board.

  2. Video for Māori language web series challenges perspectives
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    Māori language web series challenges perspectives

    A Māori language web series has tackled sensitive issues with humour and a Māori world view. 

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    App helps health professionals learn medical terms in te reo

    A new, innovative App developed at the University of Otago, Christchurch will allow health professionals to learn te reo Māori as well as medical terms.

  4. Video for Jackson names favourites as Te Mātāwai replacement
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    Jackson names favourites as Te Mātāwai replacement

    Willie Jackson has named who he would want to succeed him as the urban Māori member on Te Mātāwai.  Jackson has already stood down from his two radio talk shows following his announcement he will stand on the Labour Party list and plans to resign from Te Mātāwai in the next few weeks.

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    Facebook search for shy Māori language speaker

    Te reo Māori speaker Nicky Birch has turned to Facebook to help reconnect with a young man she says is too shy to use his Māori language skills.

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    Every child should learn Māori

    The Green Party has today announced its support for universal te reo Māori in all public schools and committed to creating a comprehensive plan to achieve it.

  7. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series - Meet the Jewish-Māori 'He-bros'
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    Native Affairs Summer Series- Meet the Jewish-Māori 'He-bros'

    Kadimah School in Auckland is the only Jewish kura in the country. It’s embraced te reo Māori for more than 40 years and has a new generation of Jewish-Māori ‘He-bros’ eager to learn te reo and their treasured Jewish culture.

  8. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series - Catalan Experts - Make te reo Māori compulsory
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    Native Affairs Summer Series- Catalan Experts- Make te reo Māori compulsory

    Ever wonder what Aotearoa would be like if te reo Māori was compulsory?  Mandatory in all schools and for official use.  If Catalonia in Spain is anything to go by, it will be a truly uplifting experience.  More than four million people -  half the region’s population - now speak the Catalan language which was made compulsory only three decades ago.  

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    Ngāti Ngāraranui revive ancient traditions

    A serious lack of speakers and callers on the marae has forced a Te Arawa tribe into damage control. More than ninety members of Ngāti Ngāraranui gathered at Waitetī Marae in Rotorua to revive their ancient tradition.

  10. Video for Te Ururoa Flavell's Te Reo Māori challenge
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    Te Ururoa Flavell's Te Reo Māori challenge

    The Minister of Māori Development has declared he will only converse in te reo Māori this year. Te Ururoa Flavell told Te Kāea today, it's a huge challenge his wife Erana pushed him to do for their family, but it means his Parliamentary staff will have to step up to the plate as well.

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