Enter Maori Language Week Awards 2008
Te Taura Whiri
100 Maori words all New Zealanders should know
Whakanuia Te Wiki o te Reo Maori 2009
Celebrate Maori Language Week 2009
Maori Language Week has been celebrated for over 30 years, so join in 2009.
The Maori Language Week theme for 2009 is "Te Reo i te Hapori - Maori Language in the Community."
Te Wiki o te Reo Maori 27 Hongongoi - 2 Here-turi-koka 2009
Maori Language Week 27 July - 2 August 2020
Whakaurua nga Tohu o tenei tau
Enter this year's Awards
Be a Maori Language Week winner! Last year Radio NZ took out the major prize - who will it be this year? Winners will be announced at the special awards ceremony held on 12 September, just before Maori Language Day.
Te kaupapa o tenei tau
This year's theme
Te Reo i te Kainga is Maori Language in the Home. Order this poster when you order your other resources
Check out our new resources for MLW 2008, available now from the www.koreromaori.co.nz/resources/shop.html
What is Maori Language Week? Why have it? Am I too old to learn?
- Learn some basic phrases and greetings in te reo Maori
- Enter this year's Maori Language Week Awards
- Learn some phrases for special occasions
- Some ideas for Maori Language Week
- Nga Tohu Wiki Reo Maori Award Winners 2008
Maori Language Week is made possible with the support of:
Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori – Maori Language Commission
Te Puni Kokiri – Ministry of Maori Development
Te Kahui Tika Tangata – Human Rights Commission