He mihi ki ō tātou mate tuatini e tīraha ana, kua herea ki te here taura, kua nunumi ki tua o te pae o maumahara. E te iwi kua riro, haere atu rā.
Ki a tātou te urupā o rātou mā, ngā uri e hāpai nei i ō rātou tumanako me ō rātou wawata hoki, tēnā tātou katoa.
I poroakitia a Hine Takurua, ka tangi mai te kawekawea, te whakarauroa hei tohu mo tēnei o ngā kaupeka e ngakautia nuitia e tātou. Ngā mihi nui o te Kōanga ki a tātou katoa.
The following dates and screenings have been confirmed for Disney’s “Moana” – Reo Māori movie which is showing throughout the motu during Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (11 – 17 September). To secure any remaining tickets please contact your local cinema directly.
SYLVIA PARK | 11 September | 16 September
HAMILTON (Te Awa) | 16 September
RICCARTON | 13 September | 16 September
WHANGAREI | 16 September
MANUKAU, AUCKLAND | 16 September
WESTGATE, AUCKLAND | 16 September
NEW PLYMOUTH | 16 September
EMBASSY, WELLINGTON | 15 September | 16 September
TAURANGA | 16 September
DUNEDIN | 16 September
PORIRUA | 16 September
ROTORUA | 16 September
NAPIER | 16 September
WELLINGTON | 17 September
OTHER / INDEPENDENTS
WHAKATĀNE | 16 September
KAITAIA | 16 September
KERIKERI | 16 September
GISBORNE (Odeon) | 16 September
TAUMARUNUI | 16 September
TAUPŌ (Starlight) | 16 September
WELLINGTON (Roxy) | 16 September
TOKOROA | 16 September
OPŌTIKI | 16 September
DARGAVILLE (Anzac) | 16 September
A reminder that the second round of funding for Television Programmes is currently open and is due to close next Friday 15th of September. Only Registered providers can apply for funding. To apply, please register at https://funding.tmp.govt.nz
He kaupapa whakamānawa i “Te Wiki o te Reo Māori”
Cinco Cine Film Productions launches an exciting and innovative animation series, Tākaro Tribe as well as a musical extravaganza concert featuring a cluster of new stars - Uruwhetū 2017.
Popular Māori language group Maimoa Music perform their two hit singles ‘Maimoatia’ and ‘Wairua’. They then team up with kiwi music legend, Dave Dobbyn as he releases one of his iconic songs, ‘Welcome Home’ sung entirely in te reo Māori.
This event will be livestreamed this Sunday 10th of September from 7.30pm at the following link: www.maoritelevision.com/
Dave Dobbyn - Nau Mai Rā Welcome Home (in te reo) audio release stream is now available:
When: 11am, Monday 11 September 2017
Where: Cenotaph – Lambton Quay, Wellington
Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori – Māori Language Commission is organising an exciting event on Monday 11 September in Wellington City.
They are encouraging all groups from the public and private sectors as well as universities, wānanga, schools, kura, play centres, early childhood centres, kindergartens, kōhanga reo, sports teams, groups, kapa haka, marae and hapū throughout the Wellington region to join the parade to launch Te Wiki o te Reo Māori – Māori Language Week 2017.
The parade will start at 11.00am at the Cenotaph in Lambton Quay and proceed to Civic Square where there will be activities including entertainment. Each participating group is encouraged to organise a float, be that a bike, car, van or truck adorned in signs and symbols supporting te reo Māori. Alternatively you can come as an individual or group and join the parade with a sign showing your support for te reo Māori.
Floats: All floats to meet in Ballance Street (between Stout Street and Lambton Quay) between 10.00am and 10.30am.
If you would like to be a part of the parade or if you have any questions, please contact their communications team on email@example.com or 04 4716 728
Te Māngai Pāho wishes to acknowledge the following recipients of the Te Waka Toi national Awards hosted by Toi Aotearoa – the Arts Council of New Zealand – through Creative New Zealand:
Te Tohu Aroha mō Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu (Supreme Award) | Fred Graham (Ngāti Koroki Kahukura, Tainui)
Te Tohu ā Ta Kingi Ihaka | Tawhiri Williams (Tūhoe) | Kaa Williams (Tūhoe) | Manahi Paewai (Rangitāne) | Ronald Boyd Hudson (Ngāti Ruanui, Ngaruahine, Whakatōhea) | Miriama Paraki (Tuwharetoa, Te Arawa, Tūhoe)
Te Tohu Aroha mō Ngoi Kumeroa Pēwhairangi | Pembroke Bird (Ngāti Manawa, Ngāti Tahu)
Te Tohu Toi Kē a Te Waka Toi | Briar Grace-Smith (Ngāpuhi)
Te Tohu Whakamanawa o Te Matatini | Louise Kingi (Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki)
Nga Manu Pīrere | Chevron Te-Whetumatarau Hassett (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Kahungunu, Rongomaiwahine) | Turene Huiarau Jones (Rongowhakaata, Ngāti Whakaue)
Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell has congratulated Māori Television on the formal opening of its new headquarters in East Tamaki.
“These are exciting times for Māori Television. The new building will provide an environment for kaimahi to create, innovate and share our stories.
“It will also build on the legacy of those who worked so hard to establish Māori Television and its work to revitalise te reo Māori”.
It was a double celebration for Māori Television who also celebrated with the launch of its broadcasts in High Definition
“Māori Television operates in a rapidly changing media environment and the move to HD, funded with $10.6 million in last year’s Budget, is part of its multi-platform strategy which aims to attract and expand its audiences.”
The broadcaster began operating out of the new premises earlier this month after being based in Newmarket since its launch in 2004.
The Waiata Māori Music Awards will celebrate 10 years this month and will be marked with three posthumous awards:
Ngāi te Rangi singer Bunny Walters will receive the Music Industry award for his string of hits performed through the 1970's.
Tomairangi Paki will be honoured with the Keeper of Tradition award for her contribution to kapa haka for over four decades and Wiremu Te Tau Huata will be acknowledged with the Music Composer's Award.
Many other Māori artists will represent the industry at the awards including Wellington local group Grove Roots who are up for four nominations this year.
Grove Roots founder Noel Woods says it was great to be recognised along side other musicians who were passionate about promoting te reo.
Grove Roots are finalists in the Best Māori Traditional album, Best Māori Urban Roots/Reggae Album, Best Song by a Māori Artist and Best Māori Songwriter categories.
The Waiata Māori Music Awards will be held on Friday 15 September in Hastings.
An explosive musical night of the finest artists in Aotearoa. Singing their hits and hearts out, these dynamic powerhouses take to the Black Barn Amphitheatre in a spectacular night of stellar songs and sing-alongs.
Dave Dobbyn, Anika Moa, Maisey Rika, Tami Neilsen, Rob Ruha, Troy Kingi and Teeks feature in a journey through their musical jukebox with more than a few favourites and some sweet surprises in store.
Make sure you are one of the lucky ones to see this all-star lineup at Black Barn Vineyards, Havelock North this Summer, Saturday 2nd December.
For further information: www.blackbarn.com/Events