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  1. Video for Join the social media pepehā challenge!
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    Join the social media pepehā challenge!

    The challenge has been launched and participants are being asked to share their videos using the hashtag #1miriona.

  2. Video for Bilingual bins ensure no words wasted
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    Bilingual bins ensure no words wasted

    Yesterday Waste Management NZ Limited launched the country’s first bilingual (Te Reo Māori/ English) waste bin labels in Gisborne.

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    High School with compulsory te reo Māori classes welcomes PM

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern kicked-off Māori Language week by visiting Wellington High School, which has already made te reo Māori a compulsory subject.  The initiative starts at enrolment for Year 9 students.

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    More Māori language tournaments on the horizon

    Another reo Māori-only competition is in the pipeline following the success of a netball tournament that this year attracted more than 700 students.

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    New reo app translates images in real-time

    A mobile app has been launched to help people learn te reo by translating the names of objects in real-time.

  6. Video for Online maths resource launched in te reo Māori
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    Online maths resource launched in te reo Māori

    Educational software company Matific is launching its maths curriculum in te reo Māori today.

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    Mahuta urges NZ to take part in Māori Language Week

    Māori Development Minister, Nanaia Mahuta has called on all New Zealanders to take part in the annual Te Wiki o te reo Māori celebrations.

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    Māori TV on the hunt for top reo-speaking town

    Māori Television is on a quest to find out which town is the top reo Māori-speaking town in New Zealand.

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    Research shows more Māori 'loan words' being used

    University of Waikato postgraduate student, Katie Levendis, has been tracking Māori loan words in newspapers throughout the North Island for the past 10 years.  She has found that the average use of loan words in newspapers has risen to 35 per 1,000 words.

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    Taking up the Mahuru Māori challenge

    1,700 people have signed up for this year’s Mahuru Māori with over half of them challenging themselves to speak only te reo Māori for the entire month of September.

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