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    "We don't want to stoke the fire"- Principal responds to netball te reo complaints

    Tauranga students attending Te Wharekura o Mauao have allegedly had complaints made against them for speaking te reo during an inter-school netball game.  It's not the first time the school has faced the issue.

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    PM- Govt must ensure te reo spoken across multiple platforms

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the government has a responsibility to ensure te reo is spoken across multiple platforms and believes the education sector has a key role to play in ensuring the language flourishes.

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    Revolutionary augmented reality te reo Māori resource launched

    A new project being launched in the Manawatū will give students a very modern portal to some very ancient tales.

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    Emphasis on Māori language content

    With a 40% weighting Māori language for program proposals to Te Māngai Pāho, the aim is to increase the prestige and presence of te reo Māori within the programmes being broadcasted to the world.

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    Canterbury sports staff say it's 'incredible' to learn te reo Māori

    Canterbury rugby and cricket staff are enjoying the chance to learn te reo Māori in a supportive whānau environment.

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    Kura Kaupapa disappointed at lack of budget funds

    Kura Kaupapa Māori representatives welcome Government's $1.5 million investment in Te Rūnanganui o Ngā Kura Kaupapa, but say it falls short in terms of Māori immersion students, teachers and communities. Spokesperson Rawiri Wright says they hoped to see more support.

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    100 sleeps until Māori Language Week

    Workplaces, organisations, schools and community groups are being reminded to start planning their activities to celebrate Te Wiki o Te reo Māori.

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    Invest in teachers- Sir Tīmoti Kāretu

    "For a long time I have been saying that we need to use the money on teachers.  Why?  Firstly, so that the language levels of teachers can be improved.  Secondly, so that they are better at teaching." Sir Timoti Karetu reaffirms why budget for teaching is imperative for te reo Māori initiatives.

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    $6m more for Te Mātāwai to support te reo Māori in community

    Te Mātāwai gets $6m more investment over the next four years towards strengthening its kāhui model and influence over the Crown’s investment in te reo Māori.  

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    Govt plans for million people to speak te reo by 2040

    The government says it is committed to ensuring that basic te reo is spoken by a million people in Aotearoa by 2040. At least $20mil has been allocated in the budget to achieve that.

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