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Merrin Macleod Sep 11
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Eccentric Nincompoop Sep 15
There's this app that everyone has been talking about for and no matter how hard I look I can't seem to find it
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Hachette NZ Sep 10
There are so many fantastic Maori stories, Maui and the Sun, Kupe and Te Wheke, Rangi and Papa and so many more. Tell us below (in English or te reo) what’s your favourite Maori myth, legend or story is.
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Shayne Currie Sep 10
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Stacey Morrison Sep 9
Stunning app launched by Spark/kora for awesome technology 😍
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Tarannum Shaikh Sep 10
I don't tweet a lot, but have been wanting to say something about the importance of learning te reo Māori and how it saddens me that I've forgotten even the basics from primary school. But as usual, has nailed it perfectly <3 <3
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NZ Human Rights Commission Sep 9
For , a new app called has been launched that uses the camera in your phone to instantly translate objects into te reo Māori. Give it a go. Ahakoa iti, ākona, kōrerotia - Learn a little, use a little.
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paul le comte Sep 9
Ata mārie, I am loving this app! congrats to all involved Kupu by Spark
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JAYMAN🇼🇸💯 Sep 10
Honest to who the mongrel mob has their own sc filter hahahahaha oraaaaaa hahahahaha lol 🤙🏾🤙🏾🤙🏾
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Daniel Whiting Sep 10
I reckon all of these websites and products that have added to Te Reo translations for should just leave them up, like forever.
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Narelle Sep 10
Does anyone know what "Awesome!" (as in: that's really great) is in Māori?
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New Zealand Police 11 Sep 17
Always pūhia on the pie. RT if you know what pūhia means
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Air New Zealand✈️ 11 Sep 17
Look out for our crew wearing their Tohu Reo pin with pride on your next ✈️ - they may even teach you a few words this !
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Lizzie Marvelly Sep 10
Kia ora , thanks for your reply. As it is your technology that is apparently faulty (twitter tells me their service is powered by you) I wonder whether you could take a look at this properly? It is () after all... 😊
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Ko Yahn tōku ingoa Sep 12
I know you're probably very tired of this meme by now , but this is in Te Reo Māori, the official language of the Māori people of New Zealand and it is , so I made it for you . Enjoy
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Madeleine Alexei Sep 10
One Māori tagline that rather amuses me is 's "kia ora te tangata," i.e. "hi the people." What were they thinking?
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𝚔 𝚊 𝚝. Sep 9
wow imagine stanning a group that incorporated te reo māori into their song and released it just in time for only 3racha can relate,,, go peep zone y’all 🤧💕
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Ian Laking 11 Sep 17
As a Kiwi, I'm proud that it's . To celebrate, here's a guide to ordering coffee in te reo Maōri:
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2Tapu 14 Sep 17
When your transgender bus driver greets you with: Morena, kei te pehea koe kare? ❤️Wellington
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Tohorā Sep 12
At the end of , thousands of New Zealand businesses will pull down their posters, put them in the recycling bin, and think “Well, that’s our engagement with Māori done for another 12 months”.
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