Putanga 20 Mahuru - Whiringa ā Nuku 2010
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The theme for Kōkiri 20 is revitalising te reo Māori. It includes a profile of the new Chief Executive of Te Taura Whiri I te Reo Māori, Glenis Philip-Barbara and highlights the most successful Te Wiki o te Reo Māori since its establishment in 1975.The Review of the Māori Language Strategy and Sector is also covered, along with an article on the Independent Panel of language experts who will conduct the review. The panel was convened by the Minister of Māori Affairs, Hon Dr Pita Sharples. There is an update on Whānau Ora and a column from the Minister responsible for Whānau Ora, Hon Tariana Turia. Finally, the world’s largest celebration of Māori performing arts – Te Matatini 2011 is featured, including a column from the Chief Executive, Darrin Apanui; the Draw, Judges and the 2011 Contenders.
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Te Puni Kōkiri welcomes Glenis Philip-Barbara as the new Chief Executive Officer of Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori. Read more »
Māori Language week 2010 has attracted universal praise from across the country according to the initial data that has been compiled. Read more »
Ka arotaketia ngā whakanuitanga i te reo Māori Ka whakamātauria, ka arotaketia whānuitia ngā rōpü whakanui i te reo Māori, me ō rātou kaupapa, kia aronui ake ai te kāwanatanga ki ngā wawata me ngā hiahia a ngā iwi Māori, e ai ki te Minita Māori ki a Tākuta Pita Sharples. Read more »
Huia Te Reo annual Māori language conference Read more »
A pioneer of Māori language teaching and learning is being awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Waikato. Read more »
An ex-gratia payment to the Ngāti Rārua Ātiawa Iwi Trust signals a new step forward for the management of the Whakarewa lands around Motueka. Read more »
Leith Comer, Chief Executive of Te Puni Kōkiri has appointed Mr Herewini Te Koha (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Tamatera, Ngāpuhi) as Deputy Secretary for the Relationships and Information Wāhanga. Read more »
Quickly recognisable by their distinctive uniform, white gloves and friendly personalities, Māori Wardens are a familiar sight at national events special to iwi and New Zealand. Read more »
Tourism New Zealand’s giant rugby ball, which has been used to promote the tournament in Paris, London and Tokyo, is now on Sydney’s harbour front for the 2011Rugby World Cup. Read more »
Whānau Ora represents a significant investment in whānau and I am excited by the interest that this innovative approach has generated in its first few months of implementation. Read more »
130 Expressions of Interest proposals for Whānau Ora have been received for the first and second waves (57 in 1st wave & 73 in 2nd wave) by a total of 347 providers from around the country. Read more »
Five kaumātua’s generosity and talent was acknowledged at the recent Te Waka Toi awards ceremony. The 2010 Te Waka Toi awards commemorated: Read more »
Kapiti Island’s Kaitiaki o Kapiti Trust has announced that writer Nuki Takao is Kapiti Island’s resident writer this year. Read more »
Rangatahi Māori have been nominated to a national Māori Youth Council, to advise the Minister of Māori Affairs on issues affecting young people. “The Māori population is younger than the national average, so rangatahi are an important part of our society and we need them to play a full part in planning our future,” he said. Read more »
In 1972 a national Kapa Haka competition started a biennial event that has become a significant world-class international event in New Zealand’s performing arts and cultural calendar. Read more »
Māori-focused mentoring is being prioritised as an important Māori student support activity in a number of tertiary education institutions throughout the motu. Read more »
A University of Waikato researcher says we don’t know enough about dying, death and bereavement among Māori today, and she’s seeking participants for a study to help fill the gaps in our knowledge. Dr Tess Moeke-Maxwell is embarking on a three-year research project to gather information on Māori families’ experiences of death and dying, and the processes associated with end of life. Read more »
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