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Ka tüwhera ngä kuaha ki te whiriwhiri körero

12 Maehe 2003 He Pänui Päpäho

Ka tüwhera ngä kuaha ki te whiriwhiri körero mö Te Reo

E kï ana a Leith Comer, arä te manahautü o Te Puni Kökiri, tënä ka tüwhera ngä kuaha ki ngä hapori Mäori ki te tuku mai i ö rätau whakaaro mö te ora o te reo Mäori ä ngä tau kei te heke mai, me ngä mahi mä te Käwanatanga me te Mäori e tutuki ai tënä ähuatanga.

“He nui tonu ngä mahi kua oti i ngä kaimahi a Te Puni Kökiri hei tautoko i te whakahoutanga ake i te Rautaki Reo Mäori. Kua taki hui mätau ki te hunga päho, ki ngä whakahaere mätauranga, ki ngä röpü Mäori ä-motu nei me ngä kaimahi a ngä tari käwanatanga pënä i a Te Mängai Päho me Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Mäori. Heoi, he mea nui tonu kia äta körero mätau ki ngä pä harakeke o te reo mö te ahunga o ngä mahi nei”.

Hei tä Leith Comer, kua mutu te mate haere o te reo Mäori, engari he take nui tonu te whakakotahi i ngä mahi hei whakapiki ake i te reo. Ko ngä whiriwhiringa körero nei tëtahi wähanga o ngä mahi a Te Puni Kökiri hei tautoko i te reo Mäori.

“Ka noho ko Te Rangahau mö te Ora o te Reo Mäori he kaupapa pai mö te hunga whakamäherehere reo. Kua whakaputahia këtia ngä pürongo ä-rohe e rua, mö Te Taihauäuru me Te Waipounamu, ä, tera anö ëtahi atu e takaia mai ana”.

Ka akiaki a Leith Comer i te nui tangata ki te tuku mai i ö rätau whakaaro mö te pukapuka whiriwhiri e kïia nei He Reo E Körerotia Ana – He Reo Ka Ora. Me tae mai ngä körero nei i mua i te 14 o Aperira 2003.

Ka 14 ngä hui ä-rohe ka tü ki ngä pito katoa o te motu i ngä wiki kei te tü mai, mö te hunga e hiahia ana ki te whiriwhiri körero kanohi-ki-te-kanohi. Heoi, ka taea hoki te pukapuka whiriwhiri te tirotiro i te whärangi pae tukutuku mö te Rautaki Reo Mäori ki www.tpk.govt.nz. Ka taea hoki te tuku körero mai mä te ïmëra mls@tpk.govt.nz, mä te mëra tonu arä ki a Sarah Asher, Rautaki Reo Mäori, Te Puni Kökiri, Pouaka Poutäpeta 3943, Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara.


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