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COMMUNITY AND THE ARTS
All Regions Maori Links: 1-10
Bay of Plenty
Te Kete Ipurangi
The Ministry of Education's national education bilingual portal+ website for all those with an interest in education.
Te Tapuae o Rehua
Te Tapuae O Rehua works with tertiary providers and Ngai Tahu to increase Maori participation in tertiary education, and ensures high quality course content for Maori tertiary studies units.
Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu
Ngai Tahu - New Zealand South Island Maori tribal website. Information on our culture, legends, business activities, editorials and Crown Settlement Offer updates.
Dictionary of New Zealand Biography
Contains over 3,000 biographies of New Zealanders who have 'made their mark' on the country. It does not include people who are alive. Includes nearly 500 biographies of Maori people, in te reo Maori and in English. Of particular relevance to the educational audience in New Zealand. A section entitled 'Our Land, Our People' includes snapshots of places, times, events and trends in New Zealand history, linked to the biographies.
Maori Tours Kaikoura
Experience genuine indigenous Maori culture, traditions and hospitality with Maori Tours Kaikoura, New Zealand
Maori Television - for everyone
Mâori Television has something for everyone – vibrant, cutting edge programmes in both te reo Mâori and English showcasing our history and culture, our old people, our young people and our dreams for the future. Mâori Television is a servant of the Mâori language and culture, and aims to become the leader in increasing knowledge and understanding of the Mâori world for all New Zealanders.
Te Whanake Maori Language Learning Textbooks and Resources
Te Whanake Maori language learning textbooks, study guides, dictionary and resources for teachers and students
The web portal of Awataha Marae, located at Northcote on the North Shore of Auckland.Awataha is a community event centre with a spiritual and cultural heart. We connect to peoples and communities.
Learn the basics of the Mâori Language, through online video lessons and get links to resources and organisations that help you to learn Te Reo Mâori.
Tarawera - A deadly Story
Tarawera, the so-called 'dormant' volcano rudely awoke the Bay of Plenty inhabitants at 2.00am on 10th June 1886 with wild lightning, sharp earthquakes and a deluge of volcanic debris as the mountain began the renovation of her landscape. When the light of day came, those who had survived could not make out well known landmarks, everything was covered in ash, everything was different forever...
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