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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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Jo Weldon 11h
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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Aunty Rōhi Sep 14
Controversial opinion: stop giving poor reo pronunciation a free pass - if Pākehā can make the effort to say Quinoa properly they can bloody well say Taupō right too
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Paola Brett Sep 16
Kia ora tātau, guess who won the ‘Build my mihi’ competition at work, as part of 😂 This Skiwi* giving it laldie in her best SKiwi accent! *Scottish Kiwi
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OraKuraNZ Sep 19
Ehara taku toa, he takitahi, he toa takitini! ‘My success should not be bestowed on me alone, as it was not individual success but the success of a collective.’
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Magnus Sep 15
After hitting 'Translate Tweet', I'm dead 😂. Thank you Microsoft
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Andrew Ruthven Sep 13
Seeing all the use of Te Reo around this week, I hope that some (all!) organisations keep it up.
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Claire Bekhuis Sep 14
Maori Language week- loving the app “KUPU”. So easy...Just take a photo and it will identify and give you options for the correct Maori word to represent your picture!
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🇳🇿Cultural Diversity 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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OraKuraNZ Sep 19
I was with the Honorable Nanaia Mahuta at the Ta Koha launch last Thursday (30.08.2018). And, it's always a privilege to catch up with her, especially being there to witness her awesome moving speech for Maori Development.
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JosephFarrell™ Sep 14
The announcements in the train are in english and te reo! Ka pai :)
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Tarannum Shaikh Sep 15
Sister got an early anniversary gift for my parents and decided to continue the theme 😍. Helped find the words using
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Jerremy Sep 15
My 6yo son has been drawing. Me: ‘Why?’ Him: ‘Because Māori language week’
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saloni gupta Sep 17
Got a prize from the college for competition..... prize : free pass...
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🇳🇿MāoriLanguage Sep 16
Maori Language, Once Shunned, Is Having a Renaissance in New Zealand
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Rowandale School Sep 16
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Ngā Taonga Kirikiti Sep 15
Amelia Kerr and were there when they scored their ODI double centuries, if you want to go big this summer kei reira koe!
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Lives of WW1 Sep 15
Discover the stories of the New Zealand Maori Contingent in - including Private Robert Ngapo from the Cook Islands:
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Natalia Albert Sep 14
Happy to be ending by taking a course called “Understanding the Treaty of Waitangui” with my mate for our work with Special shoutout to for having shined a light in my brain & heart for better understanding of this space. 💕
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Storbie Sep 14
Sell kids items online with your own Storbie shop! Toys, blankets, books, childrenswear and more - it's easy to set up and get selling with Storbie. Try free for 30 days. Tamariki | Children
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