Although te reo Māori has been an official language in Aotearoa for 32 years, an estimated 3,000 Turi-Deaf Māori continue to fight for their Māori language rights.
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Ngāti Raukawa descendant and veteran scholar Professor Whatarangi Winiata has been honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award at this years National Māori Language Awards, for his contribution in the revitalisation of te reo over 50 years.
Spark's innovative "Kupu" App, made in collaboration with Te Aka Dictionary and Google, has taken out the Supreme Award at this year's Ngā Tohu Reo Māori Awards held at Te Papa in Wellington.
Professor Pou Temara received the lifetime achievement award at the Māori Language Awards in Wellington last night, for his dedication to the Māori language and his services to the wider community. The Māori language commission says the awards recognize the innovative ways the Māori language has been used this year.