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  1. Video for Auckland ākonga march at Manukau to promote te reo
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    Auckland ākonga march at Manukau to promote te reo

    Hundreds of students from Kōhanga, Kura Kaupapa and Kura Whānui marched to Hayman Park in Manukau today as part of the Hīkoia te Kōrero initiative for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori. 

  2. Video for Rere te Whiu, Episode 5
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    Rere te Whiu, Episode 5

    (AO) Tāne & Tame discover there are sometimes two sets of rules while playing a game of Cops and Robbers.

  3. Video for Te Reo Tautohe, Episode 1
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    Te Reo Tautohe, Episode 1

    LIVE: A live broadcast Reo Māori debate to celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, bringing speakers from all over Aotearoa. Presented by Julian Wilcox.

  4. Video for Hīkoi for Māori Language Week continues at Maungakiekie
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    Hīkoi for Māori Language Week continues at Maungakiekie

    Te Wiki o te Reo Māori celebrations continue today with the Hikoia te Kōrero (Walk the Talk) Hīkoi to Maungakiekie today. The hīkoi attracted more than 2,000 people and was one of many hīkoi that has taken place across the country this week.

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    Te Reo Tautohe

    A live broadcast Reo Māori debate to celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, bringing speakers from all over Aotearoa.  Presented by Julian Wilcox. 

  6. Video for Taiohi Challenge the Government at Ngā Manu Kōrero
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    Taiohi Challenge the Government at Ngā Manu Kōrero

    This years “Ngā Manu Kōrero” National Champions pulled no punches when challenging the government.

  7. Video for Even if te reo was compulsory, there's not enough teachers - PM
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    Even if te reo was compulsory, there's not enough teachers- PM

    The Prime Minister also got into the spirit of Te Wiki O Te Reo Māori when she fronted up for the Post Cabinet Press Conference.   

  8. Video for Wellington's Wiki o Te Reo Māori march
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    Wellington's Wiki o Te Reo Māori march

    Thousands took to the streets in Wellington to celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori bringing Wellington lunchtime traffic to a standstill as school kids, parents and teachers were joined by many other organisations.

  9. Video for Promoting te reo at home, at work - everywhere
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    Promoting te reo at home, at work- everywhere

    Reo Māori advocate Alana Thomas is doing her bit to ensure the reo is alive and thriving in her home and also in her workplace as a Māori lawyer and as the chair of the board at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Puau Te Moana Nui a Kiwa.

  10. Video for Te Taitokerau people walking the talk to keep reo Māori alive
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    Te Taitokerau people walking the talk to keep reo Māori alive

    Locals and schools of the Whangārei region took the main streets of the township today to show their support for the start of Māori Language Week. A thousand people or more were present for the hīkoi, people from the wider regions of Te Taitokerau also joined and brought whānau and tamariki to attend the kaupapa. 

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