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Merrin Macleod Sep 11
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ZMonline Sep 13
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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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Lizzie Marvelly Sep 11
Sad news from this . Maybe you could add it by next year?
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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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Lizzie Marvelly Sep 10
Kia ora, . Didn't hear from you yesterday, but the same thing has happened today, only your translation service now thinks I'm speaking Estonian! Āue! Āwhinatia!
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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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Australia in NZ Sep 9
Kia ora tātou and happy ! To start Maori Language Week off, our staff have been learning a few words of Te Reo around our weekly tradition - paramanawa, or morning tea! What are you learning this ?
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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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UK in New Zealand Sep 11
It is Te Wiki o te Reo Māori! Our staff have shared their favourite Whakatauki (proverb)
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Ambassador Brown 🇺🇸 Sep 12
Kia ora! 🇺🇸🇳🇿 Time for some keke 🍰🎂
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Mitre 10 Cup Sep 12
🏅 It's and Whetu Douglas greets us in te reo Māori as he accepts three Duane Monkley Medal points for his performance in Canterbury's win over North Harbour.
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GeoNet Sep 10
Happy Māori Language Week! We meant to post this yesterday, but the Kermadec rū happened just before we got a chance to! Look out for some of the Māori earthquake and volcano story this week, starting with the words for them. Kia kaha te Reo Māori!
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Mark Legg Sep 11
For my non-kiwi Twitter followers it's New Zealand is also known by it's Maori name Aotearoa which in Maori, literally means ‘land of the long white cloud’.
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GNS Science Sep 12
According to Māori tradition, earthquakes are caused by the god Rūaumoko, the son of Ranginui (the Sky) and his wife Papatūānuku (the Earth). He is the god of earthquakes and volcanoes, and the rumblings that disturb the land are made by him as he walks about.
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Jo Weldon Sep 24
Our students have a passion and a vision.. proud to nature the love of the language but also sense of proudness and belonging everyday!!
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Dr Siân Halcrow 👩🏻‍💻💀 Sep 13
This looks amazing and I’ve heard good things about it so I purchased it today
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NZ Olympic Team Sep 10
Incredible app Check out our NZOlympics instagram story for more sporting translations using the Kupu app 🙌🏼
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🇳🇿 Sep 18
Cultural diversity is the quality of diverse or different cultures, as opposed to monoculture, the global monoculture, rather than a homogenization of cultures, related to cultural decay.
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