Reo Māori - Māori Language Link to Treaty of Waitangi Collection

100 Māori words every New Zealander should knowAn essential Te Reo list from the (Ministry for Culture and Heritage). 
365 useful words and phrases in Te Reo MāoriWords and phrases compiled and recorded by Martin Wikaira (Ministry for Culture and Heritage). 
Brief history of the Māori languageFrom Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori, the Māori Language Commission. 
Information on the Māori Language of New Zealand"This site provides authorative, up to date information...It presents key information, lists references and links to other web sites". 
Kōrero MāoriNew Māori language dictionary, all text, all entries in Te Reo Māori. For fluent speakers. Over 24,000 entries, pan-tribal. 
Kaupapa MāoriThis site has been developed to make kaupapa Māori resources more widely available to support Māori researchers and academics. 
Māori BibleThe Bible in Te Reo 
Māorilanguage.netSite promoting the development of the Māori language through online resources and language tools. 
Quia activitiesLinks to online games and exercises to help you learn (or maintain) Te Reo Māori. 
Reo Māori courses offered in Ōtautahi/ChristchurchListings from CINCH (Community INformation CHristchurch) database for Reo Māori courses available locally 
Te Huinga RaukuraFollow the link to online books that are narrated so you can hear Te Reo spoken. These are children's books and there are three sections depending on the level of Reo fluency. 
Te Taura Whiri i te Reo MāoriMāori Language Commission. Provides information on Te Reo Māori and lists various resources on this subject. 

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