Movie making made easy – Niue Film Commission
PRESS RELEASE FROM KILOCUTZ! ‘Movie making made easy’ is becoming a reality for youth in Niue via a one week media production workshop. Using a variety of smart phones and tablets to shoot and edit their footage, youth in Niue are fast becoming proficient in creating quick and entertaining ...Continue Reading...
Maori Added to Google Translate
Google has added Maori to the list of languages supported by its online translation service. From today, converting a Maori phrase into English – or vice versa – is as simple as cut-and-pasting it into Google Translate. In all, the update brings nine new languages spoken by 200 million people ...Continue Reading...
Digital Maori: A Look Back at Maori ICT in 2013, A Tip Toe Peek into 2014
E nga Rangatira, tena koutou. He mihi atu i te tau hou. Kia ora tatau katoa. Welcome to 2014. While many of you have been busily sunning, eating and enjoying the company of whanau, we here at TangataWhenua.com have been at work, bringing you the latest panui, news, original articles and ...Continue Reading...
Maori ICT Gathering, Ratana Celebrations 23 – 25 Jan 2014
This is an open invitation all Maori in ICT, hardware, software, animation, graphic design, mobile and future tech. Come and celebrate Indigenous technology with us all at Ratana ICT Gathering, Jan 23rd -24th -25th 2014. Share Post Twitter Facebook Google +1 EmailContinue Reading...
Maori in ICT continue to grow
“It has been a challenging year for Maori whanau in the ICT industry but we are seeing some real gains” said Mr Rei Sciascia, chair of the Digital Maori Forum (DMF) and passionate advocate for businesses and communities who utilise information and communication technology. ...Continue Reading...
Maori to receive no 4G spectrum
(NZMIS) Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams has today announced that the Government intends to auction the remaining 2×5 MHz block of 700 MHz radio spectrum. Telecom and Vodafone each successfully bid for 2×15 MHz (three lots), while 2degrees successfully bid for 2×10 ...Continue Reading...
Virtual marae? No thanks
(Massey) Today more than one in six Maori live outside New Zealand, and there is no end to the diaspora in sight. We have multi-generational Maori communities living overseas and many others living in New Zealand but away from their haukainga, their home. Maori continue to migrate away from ...Continue Reading...
Rangatahi technology apprenticeships now open at Vodafone
Vodafone are pleased to announce that application for next year’s Technology Apprenticeship is now underway. For those who are not familiar with the programme, below are the main selection criteria: - Have completed Level 2 NCEA and have the potential to, or have recently completed, Level 3 ...Continue Reading...
Vodafone Discover Programme looking for Young Maori
An entrepreneurial spirit. A passion for innovation. The determination to succeed. That’s what it takes to work at Vodafone. How will you shape your world? ABOUT THE PROGRAMME Over the course of the “Vodafone Discover Programme” you will experience working across our Technology ...Continue Reading...
- Remembering the 150th anniversary of the Battle of O-Rakau (+links)
- Parihaka leg-irons withdrawn after public outcry
- Kainga Tupu Maori Art Exhibition Opening, Melbourne, Friday 4th April, 7pm
- Treasure Rotorua campaign aims for Koutu to be ‘as safe as houses’
- Romiromi Health Clinic this March at Kuirau Marae, Rotorua
- BIG BREAK: our search for the writer of New Zealand’s next great movie