May 8, 2021

Maori News & Indigenous Views

Finalists for Maori Language Awards announced

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Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori announced the finalists for the Maori Language Awards 2012 on Marae Investigates on Sunday. There are 30 finalists in 15 categories.

Congratulations and good luck to all finalists says CE Glenis Philip-Barbara.

Their active support for the Maori language is a powerful demonstration of what is needed all over Aotearoa.

With their help, te reo Maori will continue to grow and eventually flourish as an ordinary language of communication.

Note that some entrants are finalists in more than one category.

Maori Language Awards 2012 Finalists:

  • Auckland Council Auckland Transport Hauraki Maori Trust Board Inland Revenue Department Insoll Ave School
  • Kaiti School
  • Kerikeri High School Language Keyboards
  • Microsoft NZ Ltd
  • Ministry for Culture and Heritage Ministry of Social Development – Family and Community Services
  • Nelson City Council New Zealand Qualifications Authority Paapaawharauroa
  • Raukatauri Productions Rotorua District Library Switch Productions Ltd
  • Te Kaatuku Rerenga Tahi Ltd
  • Te Kunenga ki Purehuroa, Massey University
  • Te Reo o Taranaki Charitable Trust Te Reo Singalong
  • Te Runanga o Ngati Whakaue ki Maketu
  • Te Puna Reo o Puhi Kaiti
  • Te Tumu, University of Otago The Gisborne Herald Tokoroa High School Waiariki Institute of Technology
  • Westpac NZ
  • Whitireia Polytechnic Vodafone NZ with Hika Group
  • Categories and Award Sponsors
  • Print, Ministry for Culture and Heritage
  • IT and Telecommunications, Maori Television
  • Broadcasting Maori, Te Mangai Paaho
  • Private Sector, Vodafone Government, Te Puni Kokiri Local Government, Bay of Plenty Regional Council
  • Community, Progressive Enterprises Education Maori Medium and Education Mainstream, Ministry of Education
  • Tertiary, Human Rights Commission
  • Maori Language Week Inaugural, Hukapak
  • Maori Language Week, Aotearoa Fisheries Limited

Winners will be announced Friday 16 November 2012 at the Maori Language Awards evening in Tauranga.

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