Articles in Maori
The country’s largest three day celebration of Maori culture, held every second year in Auckland, will take place at the Cloud and Shed 10 on the Auckland waterfront September 6 to 8th 2013 and will …
This article was originally reported in the NZ Herald.
Researcher Dr Joe Te Rito is using kaumatua radio programs from the past to fill in the gaps in conversational Māori to help learners of te reo …
We Happyziners think this is a groovy idea!
Find your way to the tribal marae of Aotearoa New Zealand – through maps, information and photographs.
Marae are the centres of Māori identity and activity. Māori Maps provides …
Ngai Tahu Treaty Festival, Onuku Marae, Wednesday 6 February
This year Onuku Runanga is hosting the annual ‘Ngai Tahu Treaty Festival’ at Onuku Marae, Akaroa.
Discussion on the current review of the New Zealand Constitution, environmental …
16 Mahuru 2012
“Ko te reo te hā te mauri o te Māoritanga. The language is the very life-breath of being Māori” (Kāretu and Waite, 1988)
It seems suitable that the week following the article “Māori …
Forest & Bird media release for immediate use
Forest & Bird welcomes Ngai Tuhoe settlement
Independent nature conservation group Forest & Bird applauds the settlement between the Crown and Ngai Tuhoe announced today.
Forest & Bird General Manager …
1. Who are you and what’s your role within Happyzine?
Nga mihi nui, Ko Ani Kainamu toku ingoa – Ko Ngapuhi te iwi , My name is Ani Kainamu and I am happy to be an …
Kaumātua proud to be NMIT students
Twelve Māori elders from Ngāti Koata iwi studying Te Reo Māori as part of Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology’s first “kaumātua class” are setting an example it’s never too …
Nga Pai O Te Maramatanga
NPM-Fulbright Māori scholars graduate from Harvard
Fellow Fulbright-Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (NPM) Graduate Award recipients Dan Bidois and Natalie Coates are among the newest Harvard University graduates. The award enabled …
Toi Māori Aotearoa
PAO PAO PAO celebrates 10years of contemporary Maori music
Image: At only sixteen years of age, Anania aka Majic Paora is already writing and singing songs for some of America’s top R’n’B and country …
Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, New Zealand’s Indigenous Centre of Research Excellence
Research shows sustainable design should look to indigenous concepts
New research argues New Zealand could have had sustainable design principles for urban development in practice …
ROTORUA, Thursday 8th March 2012: The Government Gardens at Rotorua have just been registered by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust and the Māori Heritage Council as a Waahi Tapu area.
The Waahi Tapu area, known …
Te Huarahi Tika Trust
For Immediate Release
24 January 2012
Māori Scholarships for telecommunications careers – apply now
Māori students interested in telecommunications careers now have some additional support in the form of scholarships from 2degrees and …
Hei Rere Mai – Mâori careers in telecommunications
2degrees and its founding shareholder, the Hautaki Trust, have launched Hei Rere Mai (‘So You Can Fly’), a programme to increase Mâori participation in the telecommunications industry.
For immediate release
9 October, 2011
ATAMIRA – Maori in the City 2011, the largest three day festival celebrating all things Maori finished up today in Auckland with organisers reporting a resounding success, making a firm …
For immediate release
20 September, 2011
AUCKLAND — ATAMIRA – Maori in the City 2011, the largest three day celebration of Maori culture, will return to Auckland this October, the free festival is sponsored by Bank …
Maori TV Video –
100 strong māori men bust out a haka to tautoko Māori Television and Rugby World Cup 2011. Mean Māori Mean!
“Manaakitanga” theme for Māori Language Week 2011
Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori (The Māori Language Commission) have chosen “Manaakitanga” as the theme for Māori Language Week 2011.
““Manaakitanga” is a very …
Friday, 24 June 2011, 2:35 pm
Press Release: The Maori Party
The Hon Tariana Turia
Maori Party Co-Leader | MP for Te Tai Hauauru
24 June 2011
Country’s first Te Reo Countdown supermarket opens in Tokoroa
Naku te rourou …
Venture Southland – enterprise, tourism and community development
Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Southland Matariki celebrations, held annually in June, will once again include a variety of events that mark the start of Maori New Year. Southland …