Rukuwai is a Multimedia Journalist and Online Media Monitor for Te Ao Māori News. She has also worked on Te Kaea, Kawekōrero and Rereātea.
‘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 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.
Two tribes are going to block it out in the world’s very first digital Mahimaina pā wars using the popular video game Minecraft.
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!
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.
This September, the Recruitment and Talent team at Auckland Council are signing up to complete the ‘Mahuru Maori’ Challenge.
Let te reo Maori advocate and expert Scotty Morrison teach you the basics of the Maori language in easy 30-minute lessons – anywhere, anytime.
A fun new way for everyday learners to practise te reo Māori. Māori Made Fun contains over 200 word games, puzzles and activities – a jam-packed box of te reo tricks for everyone.
Te Kura Taumata o Panguru are celebrating Mahuru Māori all month with a specific event on Rāhina 14 o Māhuru, 2020 featuring Ako, Pānui, Kōrero, Whakarongo, Waiata, Taonga Tākaro, whānau wero and more.