Raniera Rewiri

Raniera Rewiri

Raniera Reweri didn’t know there were different levels of participation in Mahuru Māori. Follow his lead and do what you can. #motereo

A Maori Phrase a Day

A Maori Phrase a Day

A Maori Phrase a Day offers a fun and easy entry into the Maori language. Through its 365 phrases, you will learn the following: – Everyday uses – English translations – Factoids – Handy word lists Presenting the most common, relevant and useful phrases today, A Maori Phrase a Day is the perfect way to kickstart your te reo journey!

Rukuwai Allen

Rukuwai Tipene-Allen

Rukuwai is a Multimedia Journalist and Online Media Monitor for Te Ao Māori News. She has also worked on Te Kaea, Kawekōrero and Rereātea.

Paraone Gloyne

Paraone Gloyne’s Story

‘Kōrero Māori i ngā wā katoa, i ngā wāhi katoa’ koinei tētehi o ngā tino kōrero i a au i te kura takawaenga, i ngā tau rua tekau kō atu (auē kua kaumātua haere!)

Erica Sinclair

Erica Sinclair

Erica has a passion for our Maori culture and tangata Maori. She loves to see our culture thriving and really value being able to capture our people, events and surroundings.

Pere Wihongi - Mahuru (Full Performance)

Pere Wihongi – Mahuru

Full performance of ‘Mahuru’ by Pere Wihongi in the tune of ‘September’ by Earth, Wind & Fire. Let’s celebrate te reo Māori all year round, Kia Kaha te Reo Māori!

Khylee Quince

My annual anxiety as a monolingual dinosaur

I’m in that in-between generation – two generations removed from first-language speakers, with vague memories of my grandmother speaking the reo to her relations when we ventured north for school holidays.