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Mahuru Māori 2020

Mahuru Māori 2020 Announcement
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Mahuru Māori is Te Wānanga o Aotearoa’s annual challenge to kōrero (speak) Māori in Mahuru (September) and our koha (contribution) to te reo Māori.

It started in 2014 when our kaimahi (staff member) Paraone Gloyne challenged himself to kōrero Māori for the entire month of September.

Whether you’d like to speak for an hour, a day, a week or the entire month of Mahuru kei a koe te tikanga (it’s up to you).

We have a large Mahuru Māori community and whatever your level of te reo Māori proficiency from absolute beginner to advanced or fluent we invite you to take part by registering here.
Nikau (second from left in front row) with his cohort at Puketeraki marae. Nikau’s flatmate Nic Sinnott (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Tūwharetoa) is in the centre holding a taiaha. Nic introduced Nikau to Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

Kia tika te reo – Doing it Right and Continuously Improving

Te Pīnakitanga o te reo Kairangi graduate Nikau Reti-Beazley (Ngāpuhi), enrolled in the Level 7 Diploma in Ōtepoti to improve his grasp on te reo and what he discovered was not only a new extended whānau to practise kōrero, but also an opportunity to visit some of the stunning marae in the wider Otago area.

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1st place winner

First place winner

We had over 95 reo champions tell their stories which reached collectively over 259.2K people in Aotearoa 🤩 All the reo journeys were inspiring and motivating but alas we can only award three. Today we announce our first place winner #motereo #MahuruMāori

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