Lee Smith | Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori|
Maori langauge stalwart Lee Smith talks about the Maori language and celebrating and embracing all things Maori
Ranea Aperahama | Recent release of his album is progressing well|
Ranea's album is tracking well on the charts and he talks about te wiki o te reo Maori
Gwen Tepania Palmer | Ngati Hine Health Trust programme|
The Ngati Hine Health Trust wants to add a Maori dimension to the internationally popular Triple P Positive Parenting Programme.It's working on the project with Triple-P developers at the University of Queensland and parenting researchers at the University of Auckland.Trust chair Gwen Tepania-Palmer says it wants to build on the success of Te Mirumiru, it's early education program for preschoolers.
CEO of Pasifika Education Centre Christine Nurminen|
The Pasifika Education Centre celebrates Maori Language Week and connections between Maori and Pasifika. The Pasifika Education Centre is the oldest Pacific community education provider in Aotearoa. PEC has a history of serving generations of Pasifika families for almost 40 years. They support all the Pacific Island language weeks and this year they are putting an emphasis on Te Reo Maori by celebrating Maori Language Week with Pacific style
Linnae Pohatu | Auckland Museum celebrating te wiki o te reo Maori|
Auckland Museum are holding a number of events to celebrate te wiki o te reo Maori.Linnae Pohatu enhances the Museum's relationships with MńĀori and helps to extend the range of services the Museum offers to the public
CEO of Landcare Research Dr Richard Gordon|
Keith Ikin from Ngati Maniapoto was officially welcome into Landcare Reseach as the GM Maori yesterday with a powhiri. Dr Richard Gordon talks about Keiths role and the role of the organisation in helping to unlock the Maori potential.
1 Meng Foon | Whakanuia te wiki o te reo Maori|
Turanganui a Kiwa celebrates te wiki o te reo Maori in their own special way with a few events happening
6 Ash Puriri | Whakanuia te wiki o te reo Maori|
Events such as Te Matatini and Matariki are bigger than Te wiki o te reo Maori so government and Iwi need to invest more into the language