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  1. Video for "Welcome to Towel-Wronger" art piece sold to Tauranga Airport
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    "Welcome to Towel-Wronger" art piece sold to Tauranga Airport

    The Mōtītī descendant, Graeme Hoete, announced the sale via his Instagram account claiming the painting had been purchased by Tauranga Airport.

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    Treaty Minister and Ngāpuhi speak the same language

    It appears that Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little and Ngāpuhi may have found common ground.

  3. Video for Te Taumata 2020 wānanga strengthens Ngāpuhi reo
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    Te Taumata 2020 wānanga strengthens Ngāpuhi reo

    The second Te Taumata Wānanga reo recently kicked off which looks at revitalising and strengthening the Ngāpuhi dialect. A total of 140 people registered a hunger to learn and be engaged with the activities. The goal is to culturally support the descendants of Ngāpuhi.

  4. Video for Mia, Nikau, Nina - Māori words or Māori names?
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    Mia, Nikau, Nina- Māori words or Māori names?

    The most popular baby names for 2019 have been released with Mia and Nikau being the most popular Māori names.  But there is still confusion over whether such names are acknowledged as Māori given names.

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    New App helps Corrections staff learn te reo

    The newly established Tihi-o-Mānōno app is encouraging Department of Corrections staff members to learn te reo Māori.

  6. Video for Marae style pā dreamed for Ainu, by Ainu
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    Marae style pā dreamed for Ainu, by Ainu

    Ainu living in Tokyo hosted their annual festival in Yokohama on the weekend. The festival was an opportunity to celebrate their culture and show their gratitude to their supporters. It’s was also a chance to fundraise for a marae style project they hope will strengthen their community.

  7. Video for Turi-Deaf Māori reclaiming their reo birthright
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    Turi-Deaf Māori reclaiming their reo birthright

    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.

  8. Video for Hawai'ian schools look to KKM for growth
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    Hawai'ian schools look to KKM for growth

    A group of students and teachers from Hawai'i have travelled to NZ to visit a number of schools and look at ways to improve their education system back home.  Ke Kula O Ehunuikaimalino of Kona is focused on a curriculum created from an indigenous perspective. 

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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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    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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