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    Te reo Māori going global

    A language app with almost 10 million users from across the world has added te reo Māori to its collection today.

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    Wellington City encouraged to give te reo Māori a go

    Wellington City Council has teamed up with Te Taura Whiri I te reo Māori and many central Wellington businesses to encourage Wellingtonians to get on board their Kia kaha  te reo Māori campaign.

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    Roll over Beethoven- Ode to Joy to be performed in te reo

    The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra will take part in an international project celebrating Beethoven's 250th birthday next year.  There'll be a special twist, they'll be performing the composer's famous Ode to Joy in te reo Māori. 

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    From zero reo to full immersion kaiako

    At one point 22-year-old Jamal Peeni could only speak two words of te reo Māori.  Now he’s been chosen to teach the language at one of the top te reo courses in Aotearoa.

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    EXCLUSIVE: Porou hosts Tenzing Norgay's sons

    Ngāti Porou are connecting with the sons of the famous Nepalese mountaineer, Tenzing Norgay.  The Talking Mountains of The World Initiative facilitates the sharing of indigenous knowledge around sustainable tourism.

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    A new path for Māori Television

    Making te reo Māori fun and rangatahi-friendly is at the core of Māori Television's new direction.  The station's newly appointed Kaikōkiri Reo, Hinurewa Poutu, says making te reo cool and relatable is essential to the future of the language. 

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    A fresh outlook with Shane Taurima

    Acting CEO of Māori Television Shane Taurima has today announced a new framework which lays out the outcomes the broadcaster wants to achieve over the next three years. 

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    Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust CEO steps down

    Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust CEO Kararaina Calcott-Cribb has stepped down from the position she has held for the past three years. 

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    2019: International Year of Indigenous Languages

    The United Nations has named 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages to preserve, revitalise and promote the world's languages.  Māori language expert Tawhirimatea Williams says preservation of any language starts in the home.

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    NCEA results are out and Māori may have an advantage

    NCEA results released today reveal only one in seven students enrolled in Māori language subjects are enrolled in Te Reo Rangatira.  However, wharekura principal Māhia Nathan says there are students who are doing both reo subjects, giving them two opportunities to achieve.   

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