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55 Cable Street, Wellington
Curator Mātauranga Māori Matariki Williams is guest-editing over at The Wireless for Te Wiki o te reo Māori. Over the week we’ll be republishing their offerings here.
A call to kōrero.
Te reo Māori shapes the way we view ourselves, it carries our worldviews.
How can a language be charted over 200 years?
Giving artworks a title in te reo Māori positions that work within a Māori worldview.
Opinions are divided.
It's time to learn.
“Ko te reo te taikura o te ao mārama” - language is the key to understanding.
Kohukohu ana ki te rangi / Kohukohu ana ki te papa / Kohukohu ana ki te ao, kohukohu ana ki te pō, / Arā ngā kākahu a Hinepūkohurangi.
Māori names are more than just letters and phonetics.
Angela Wanhalla is disrupting the narrative of our colonial history.
Mozzies are coming up with innovative ways to learn, share and hold onto their culture.
Travel to any corner of this country, listen closely and you might hear it.
Meet Te Ao Marama Ngarotata.
There is a choice. Kei a koe.