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  1. Video for Virtual reality sport game in Te Reo Māori
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    Virtual reality sport game in Te Reo Māori

    The ASB Polyfest launches the new Puni Reo Pāhekoheko which is a virtual reality game that includes Ki-O-Rahi, Netball, Squash and Basketball. The games focuses on Te Reo Māori to help teach bi-lingual speakers.

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    Te reo virtual reality sports game released

    A new interactive digital resource has been released today, in conjunction with the ASB Polyfest, which combines two kaupapa close to many Māori- te reo Māori and sports.

  3. Video for Māori Media Shift - Radio Ngāti Porou
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    Māori Media Shift- Radio Ngāti Porou

    Station manager at award-winning radio station Radio Ngāti Porou, Erana Keelan-Reedy talks about how they're responding to changes in the media landscape. 

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    Top Māori musicians unite to celebrate te reo

    Singers Stan Walker, Ria Hall, Troy Kingi and Maisey Rika are set to open the Auckland Arts Festival at a free event this week.

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    Migrant students share their love for Māori culture

    Pākehā and migrants learning te reo Māori are delving deeper into wider aspects of Māori Culture. Māori Tertiary institutions are serving them well.

  6. Video for School uses broadcast technology to teach te reo
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    School uses broadcast technology to teach te reo

    A Tauranga school utilises the latest in technology to normalise the use of te reo Māori.  Te Ākau ki Pāpāmoa School's Radio TAKP broadcasts to an area within 5kms of the school and promotes bilingualism to its students and wider community.

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    Pulse bring te reo Māori onto netball court

    As the ANZ Netball Premiership kicks off around the country, a new look Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse took to the court on Sunday proudly promoting te reo Māori for the first time on their uniform bibs.

  8. Video for 'Haka Translate' makes Matatini inclusive for non-Māori speakers
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    'Haka Translate' makes Matatini inclusive for non-Māori speakers

    Oriini Kaipara, a distinguished performer for Ngā Tūmanako, is on a new path at Te Matatini as a member of the translation team, Haka Translate. The Haka Translate service allows those who may not understand te reo Māori to know the meaning behind the words and compositions at the festival.

  9. Video for Te Maihi Karauna strategy to be implemented this year
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    Te Maihi Karauna strategy to be implemented this year

    New Zealand's ongoing commitment to strengthening te reo Māori has been further reinforced with the launch of the Crown's draft Māori language strategy, the Maihi Karauna.  Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern attended the Te Matatini ki te Ao festival to announce the latest on the implementation of the strategy.   

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    A new pathway for te reo Māori

    The Crown Māori Language Strategy released today sets out a completely new course for te reo Māori and the Māori Language Commission. 

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