Ka mahi a Te Puni Kōkiri mā te iwi Māori kia mauri tau ai, kia māia, kia ngaio hoki ki te reo Māori, ahurea Māori hoki.
He āhuatanga whānui ō te ahurea, mai i ngā toi tuku iho – o nāianei hoki – tae atu ki ngā tikanga ahurea pērā i te kohikohi kai moana. He whakahirahira ngā muka o te papanga ahurea Māori te whakapapa, arā, ko ngā hononga o te tangata ki te iwi, te hapū, te whānau me te marae.
Ko te reo Māori tētahi taonga o te ahurea e waiwai tonu ana ki te iwi Māori, ā, ka tiakina i raro i Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Ko tā Te Puni Kōkiri he ārahi i te wāhanga ki te kāwanatanga kia tautoko i te whakarauora i te reo Māori.
Ka tautoko mātou i te iwi Māori ki te whakamarumaru, ki te tiaki, ki te whakatipu hoki i ō rātou reo, taonga, mātauranga, tikanga hoki. Ko te hiahia kia tokomaha ake te hunga kōrero Māori, ā, kia tautuhia, kia whāia hoki e ngā whānau, e ngā hapū, e ngā iwi hoki ō rātou ake tino whakawhanaketanga ahurea.
Ngā Kaupapa me ngā Pānui
Kua rārangi mai ngā kaupapa me ngā pānui ki raro iho nei.
Cultural Revitalisation and the making of identity with Aotearoa New Zealand
He uri a Donna Matahaere Atariki nō Ngāi Tahu, nō Ngāti Ruanui, nō Ngā Rauru me Te Atiawa, he mātanga ia i te ao o te whakawhanaketanga Māori, ka mutu, e whai pānga ana ia ki ngā tūranga ā-motu, ā-takiwā, ā-rohe anō hoki, ā, ko ētahi o aua tūranga ko te Kaihautū o Te Rūnanga o Ōtākou, ko tētahi o te Kaunihera o Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo, ko tētahi Kaikōmihana hoki mō te Gambling Commission.
It’s official – Rotorua is New Zealand’s first bilingual city
You can now expect to see and hear more reo Māori in Rotorua as the city takes on the mantle of being New Zealand’s first officially declared bilingual city.
Te Taura Whiri opened its doors to celebrate its 30th anniversary
Thirty years ago, the Māori language was made an official language of New Zealand and the Māori Language Commission was created. To celebrate, Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori opened its doors to the public.
Māori land owners shape proposed Advisory and Development Services
Māori land owners involved with the Māori Land Service case studies have responded positively to the opportunity to influence proposed Advisory and Development Services for all Māori land owners.
Protecting Pēpī Nationwide
Te Puni Kōkiri funded the first ever roll out of life-saving wahakura ten years ago and now every district health board in the country is set to offer them to whānau.