Hīkoi Whakanui i te Reo Māori16/09/2018 11:30amWellington turns out for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 10 Mahuru 2018 | Te Whanganui-a-Tara
Thousands of school kids, parents, organisations, businesses and government representatives blocked the main street through Lambton Quay to celebrate te reo Māori.
This year's Māori language parade was bigger than ever, with choruses of waiata ringing out...
Te Rerenga12/09/2018 14:43pmAnnouncing the release of Toni Huata’s 7th studio album
‘ Te Rerenga – The Journey ’
Māori Language Week 10-16 September 2018
Hot on the heels of a very busy Matariki season and Māori Music Month. Which not only saw Toni Huata performing new works throughout Aotearoa, but also the release of both...
Whakapai Tātahi12/09/2018 12:27pmJoin us to celebrate Māori Language Week and care for our coastline with a beach clean up.
We will collect rubbish and speak as much te reo Māori as we can, before sharing lunch and stories.
Meet at the entrance to the Wairaka Walkway at 10am for karakia.
Parking on Moana Road and...
Lets Play Live - te reo Fortnite11/09/2018 9:00amTe Wānanga o Aotearoa (TWoA) gamers will put their reo Māori skills alongside the best players in New Zealand in a LPL “Night Squad” broadcast of the world’s most popular video game, Fortnite. TWoA is partnering with LPL to see more reo Māori incorporated into their live Fortnite broadcast as...
TAKARO 20188/09/2018 12:05pmAREPA Gamers Club have partnered with Porirua City Council to create TAKARO 2018: an event during Te Wiki o te Reo Māori that is Aotearoa's first ever Te Reo Māori gaming event.
This will be on the 15th of September at City Hub in Porirua's city centre and aims to celebrate...
Te Tairāwhiti | Gisborne Parade6/09/2018 20:13pmTo celebrate this year’s ‘Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori’ - Māori Language Week, Tūranga FM with ngā iwi o Te Tairawhiti, Gisborne District Council, Kura and various other organisations including Police, St Johns, NZ Fire Service, Te Puni Kōkiri and Te Wānanga o Aotearoa are organising a parade to celebrate...
Hīkoi Reo Māori6/09/2018 12:31pm10.00am – 12.45pm
Hoe Waka + Traditional Māori Games
Venue: Kouramawhitiwhiti (lakefront by the Waka)
12.00pm – 1.00pm
Lunch + free sausage sizzle
Venue: Kouramawhitiwhiti (lakefront by the Waka)
1.00pm – 1.30pm
Parade from Kouramawhitiwhiti (lakefront by the Waka) to Taikākā (Bilingual playground, Government Gardens)
2.00pm – 3.00pm
Entertainment @ Taikākā (Bilingual playground, Government Gardens)
Harakeke & Hakinakina6/09/2018 1:07amKia ora! Celebrate Te Wiki o te Reo Māori with us in your whare pukapuka. Friday 14 September, 2pm-3pm Harakeke Weaving - Learn the traditional techniques for weaving Harakeke (flax) to make a range of useful and crafty items. Saturday 15 September, 12pm-3pm Hakinakina - Test your skills at traditional...
Hokomanga Hunga Mahi Pāmu6/09/2018 1:01amThis week the Rotorua Farmers Market is celebrating Te Wiki o te reo Māori – Māori Language Week. We have talented te reo Māori performer, Bruce Macfarlane, entertaining the crowds. There will be free te reo Māori activities, colouring and crafts. Have fun building a whare, test your reo Māori...
Hokomanga o te Pō6/09/2018 0:39amKia kaha ki te kōrero Māori. Give the Māori language ago! This week the Rotorua Night Market is celebrating Te Wiki o te reo Māori – Māori Language Week. On the Main Stage (Te Manawa end) we are showcasing a range of talented cultural performers throughout the evening.
Whakarewarewa – The...
Te Reo Māori Storytime29/08/2018 13:41pmTe Wiki o te Reo Māori (10-16 September)
Kia Ora! Celebrate Te Wiki o te Reo Māori with us in your whare pukapuka.
Full details: http://library.huttcity.govt.nz/Maori
Māori Theatre: Ka Mua, Ka Muri29/08/2018 13:36pmA month of celebrations dedicated to New Zealand theatre, with the ethos behind the month being to ‘celebrate and elevate’ Aotearoa’s theatre.
Date: Saturday, 1 - 29 September, 2018
Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Location: Te Ahumairangi (ground floor), National Library, corner Molesworth and Aitken Streets, Thorndon
Reo Party at Moon29/08/2018 13:31pm6pm
The Good Taste Selector playing te reo māori waiata and songs by māori recording artists throughout the evening; from Kapa Haka to Rap
Te Kupu and guests
Amba Holly and guests
Brannigan Kaa and band Amba Holly was the Waiata Māori Music Award Winner for Best Female Solo Artist 2016. Her sublime vocals...
Māori Speech Science Hui24/08/2018 14:33pmThe Māori speech technology networking hui is a platform for groups and individuals working in all aspects of Māori speech technologies to meet ‘kanohi ki te kanohi’ to discuss work in progress, technologies being used, insights gained, lessons learnt, current challenges and future directions.
Presentations and discussions will be given by...
Radio Te Ūpoko o te Ika16/08/2018 10:31amCome and hear Piripi Walker, Richard McIntosh, and Taina McGregor talk about Radio Te Ūpoko o te Ika. In 2015, the Te Reo Irirangi o Te Upoko o Te Ika Trust and the Alexander Turnbull Library began working to make this archive of music and conversational and formal Māori language...
Children's Stories and Sustainable Art16/08/2018 9:48amBring your mokopuna and tamariki to enjoy stories in English and te reo Māori and to make some great earth friendly art! Resident story teller Watene Kaihau will present interactive te reo stories where tamariki can learn new words and have fun. Make a kete or poi from recycled materials,...
Hine Kihāwai15/08/2018 13:45pmTo celebrate Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, Taki Rua are holding performances of our te reo Māori play 'Hine Kihāwai'.
Celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori this year with a koha-entry te reo Māori theatre performance for the whole whānau. Hine Kihāwai may have left the world of the...