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  1. Video for ANZ bank kicks off te reo classes
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    ANZ bank kicks off te reo classes

    Over the next five weeks, ANZ will continue to open its doors to people wanting to learn.

  2. Video for McDs upsizes their reo Māori
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    McDs upsizes their reo Māori

    A Hamilton McDonalds worker has been told by her manager not to speak Māori in the restaurant.  The 19-year-old Māori speaker says she was shocked and saddened at the directive as she was keen to celebrate Māori Language Week.

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    Sky TV holds bilingual storytelling workshop

    On Monday Sky Television ran a storytelling workshop called KIWA at Ellerslie Primary School for Māori Language week.

  4. Video for More Māori place names across Tāmaki Makaurau
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    More Māori place names across Tāmaki Makaurau

    Auckland Council has made plans to rename parks and places across the city with Māori names.

  5. Video for Keepa keeping it reo in world of sport
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    Keepa keeping it reo in world of sport

    To celebrate Māori Language Week we have been following exponents of the language from the world of sports.

  6. Video for Te reo Māori a gift from mother to baby
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    Te reo Māori a gift from mother to baby

    A group of Whanganui mothers are putting a spotlight on the importance of inter-generational language transmission in the preservation of te reo Māori.

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    Join the social media pepehā challenge!

    The challenge has been launched and participants are being asked to share their videos using the hashtag #1miriona.

  8. Video for Bilingual bins ensure no words wasted
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    Bilingual bins ensure no words wasted

    Yesterday Waste Management NZ Limited launched the country’s first bilingual (Te Reo Māori/ English) waste bin labels in Gisborne.

  9. Video for High School with compulsory te reo Māori classes welcomes PM
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    High School with compulsory te reo Māori classes welcomes PM

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern kicked-off Māori Language week by visiting Wellington High School, which has already made te reo Māori a compulsory subject.  The initiative starts at enrolment for Year 9 students.

  10. Video for More Māori language tournaments on the horizon
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    More Māori language tournaments on the horizon

    Another reo Māori-only competition is in the pipeline following the success of a netball tournament that this year attracted more than 700 students.

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