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Scotty launches new Maori language learning book

Congratulations to our storyteller, Scotty Morrison, who just released his second book publication "Maori Made Easy: For Everyday Learners of the Maori Language".   Ka rawe tou mahi e hoa! But did you know...when we formed back in 2010, Scotty gave our kaupapa its name - Te Reo Wainene o Tua.  Koira te whakapapa o te [...]

By | January 29th, 2015|Web|Comments Off on Scotty launches new Maori language learning book

Rhonda Kite joins TRWOT as Patron

E te iwi, tena koutou katoa! We are very excited and pleased to announce that RHONDA KITE (Te Aupōuri) has agreed to join TRWOT as our Patron.  Ka mau te wehi ne!! Rhonda is the founder of KIWA®.  Now based in Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates, Rhonda is developing new business in the Middle [...]

By | January 22nd, 2015|Web|Comments Off on Rhonda Kite joins TRWOT as Patron

Te Taura Whiri announce 87 new funding recipients

We've been featured in an article in Mana Magazine online - ka mau te wehi!  He mihi tenei ki a Mā Te Reo mo te putea tautoko me te mihi hoki ki a Mana Magazine: The Māori language commission are distributing $2.5million to a range of projects as part of the Mā te Reo programme. Every [...]

By | December 18th, 2014|Web|Comments Off on Te Taura Whiri announce 87 new funding recipients

Seeking hosts!

Kia ora tatou!We've received a number of queries requesting to bring our kaupapa to your rohe/location. Ultimately, its our goal to travel the length and breadth of Aotearoa but it will take a bit of planning to achieve this.We'd like to ask all parties that are interested in hosting TRWOT to submit a tono to us [...]

By | December 1st, 2014|Web|Comments Off on Seeking hosts!

He mihi

Kia ora e te iwi!Today we wrapped up a hugely successful storytelling event at the National Library of New Zealand with a full-day workshop run by Joe. I'm advised by my team on the ground that, by all accounts, the workshop was a great success - ka rawe! Mihi to those who came and participated [...]

By | November 29th, 2014|Events|Comments Off on He mihi