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  1. Video for Native Affairs Māori Language Special – Question Time
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    Native Affairs Māori Language Special – Question Time

    Tonight we open up our Native Affairs Māori language forum to our studio audience and social media community, and give them the opportunity to ask

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    NZ Rugby to invest in te reo Māori

    The NZ Rugby have today confirmed they are in the process of creating initiatives to further promote te reo Māori in the sport. This comes after senior players raised concerns about the lack of te reo Māori promotion within the professional rugby environment.

  3. Video for Te reo Māori makes me proud to be Asian - Tze Ngā-Tai e rua
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    Te reo Māori makes me proud to be Asian- Tze Ngā-Tai e rua

    Around 5% of non-Māori New Zealanders are embracing the Māori language and some are even making a concerted effort to learn. Te Kāea caught up with two Asian students who have been learning te reo through Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

  4. Video for Māori Language Week parade attracts thousands
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    Māori Language Week parade attracts thousands

    Thousands gathered on the streets of Wellington today to celebrate the inaugural Māori language week parade. The Māori Language Commission says the theme this year is Ākina te Reo, which encourages all of NZ to "Give it a Go". 

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    Tūwharetoa FM launches popular Hi Marks song in te reo

    Tuwharetoa FM has released a te reo Māori song to coincide with Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori. The Turangi based iwi radio station has translated the popular Hi Marks song Till into te reo Māori, giving it the name 'Kia'.

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    Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2016- Ākina te reo- give te reo a go!

    Ākina te reo- give te reo Māori a go is this year's theme for Māori Language Week. All New Zealander's are encouraged to use te reo Māori at home or in their place of work, to show support for the language.

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    Young people carrying the reo into Māori Language Week

    Young people are more likely to speak te reo Māori than their older counterparts, studies reveal.  In 2013 only 3.7 percent of the Aotearoa population said they could use conversational te reo Māori.  18 percent of these speakers were Māori and only 0.63 percent non-Māori.  

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    Today marks 43 years since Māori language petition

    43 years ago today, the Māori Language Petition was brought to Parliament's steps, gathering over 30,000 signatures calling for te reo Māori to be taught in schools.  

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    Green Party challenges Govt to back a Te Reo Māori language month

    Green Party Co-leader Metiria Turei has challenged the government to back a Te Reo Māori language month.

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    Māori Party calling for te reo Māori on New Zealand coins

    The Māori Party is calling for any new distribution of New Zealand coins to have both Māori and English on them.

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