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    Tomorrow People to release tri-lingual song at One Love

    New Zealand reggae band Tomorrow People are set to wow the crowds at the One Love festival this weekend when they release their newest song in te reo Māori, Samoan and English.

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    First Māori speaking Pākēhā on Tumeke FM in Whakatāne

    Tumeke FM is the first iwi radio station in the Bay of Plenty region to have a Māori speaking Pākēhā woman. Her name is Danae Lee who hails from the South Island but after immersing herself into Te āo Māori, her mission is to normalize the Te Reo.

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    Basque linguist exchanges language strategies with Māori

    A linguist from Basque is in New Zealand to exchange language revitalisation strategies with Māori. He's already met with Māori figureheads including Timoti Karetu to equip him with new tools to help strengthen his language.

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    Māori language immersion student makes NZ Spelling Competition

    Māori language immersion student Isabella Ashby (Ngāti Whātua o Kaipara) will compete in the New Zealand Spelling Bee final 2017 this weekend. She won her place out of a field of hundreds of students, from more than 100 secondary schools and colleges around New Zealand.

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    Hold fast to the language of your ancestors- Tokelau language week

    Today marks the start of Tokelau language week. The theme, chosen by the Tokelauan community is, "Tokelau ke mau ki te gagana a nā tūpuna auā he tofi mai te atua" - Hold fast to the language of your ancestors as it is an inheritance from god. 

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    Making an effort to support Niuean Language Week

    It's Niuean Language Week and to celebrate, our Niuean colleagues here at Māori Television, reporter Moana Makapelu-Lee and editor True Saamu have put this piece together to encourage others to speak the language. 

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    Learning Mandarin can benefit Māori and business- Professor Margaret Mutu

    It's Chinese language week. Auckland University Professor Margaret Mutu says learning Mandarin can benefit Māori and business.

  8. Video for Ko e Vagahau Niue ko e Atefua he Tagata Niue - Niuean Language Week
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    Ko e Vagahau Niue ko e Atefua he Tagata Niue- Niuean Language Week

    The Ministry for Pacific People is calling on the country to show its support for Niuean Language Week.

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    Native Americans here to get language revitalisation tips

    A group of indigenous Americans are here in New Zealand to learn about Māori language revitalisation. 

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    Breaking the uncomfortable silence of the NZ Wars

    For the first time ever, a bilingual Māori-English novel has been produced. Written by renowned author Witi Ihimaera and translated by AUT lecturer Hemi Kelly, Sleeps Standing Moetu is based at the time of NZ Wars and explores the Battle of Ōrākau through the eyes of 16-year old Moetu.

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