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Finalists in the Māori Language Awards Announced

Pānui Pāpāho | News Release

16 Whiringa-a-rangi | November 2018


Ka whakanuia ngā toa reo Māori ki ngā tohu o te motu

Kua pānuitia i te rā nei ngā whiringa toa o te tekau mā rima o Ngā Tohu Reo Māori a Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori.

E toru tekau mā ono ngā kaiwhakataetae whiringa toa mai i ngā kaiwhakauru 150 koni atu – ko te tokomaha rawa tēnei mai anō i te tīmatanga o ngā tohu i te tau 2004. Ko te hui whakahōnore ka taurimahia e Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori i tēnei tau, ka tū ki Te Papa ā te 23 o Whiringa-ā-rangi.

E ai ki te Tumuaki o Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori, a Ngahiwi Apanui, kua eke taumata anō ngā kaiwhakauru mō te hiranga me te kounga o te reo Māori. “He kaupapa nui ngā tohu nei ki te maramataka mō te reo Māori; i tua atu i te whakanui i ngā kaupapa i kawea i te tau, he wāhi hoki ki te whakanui i te hunga e roa ana tō rātou ū ki te whakarauora i te reo Māori.”

Ko te tāhū o te tau nei, ko ‘Kia kaha te Reo Māori’. Tītiro ki ēnei kaiwhiringa – āe, e kaha ana’!

Ko ngā karangatanga whakataetae i tēnei tau, ko ngā tohu mō ngā tāngata takitahi, mō ngā rōpū anō hoki, i roto i ngā mahi toi me ngā mahi whakangahau, ngā whare mātauranga, te ao pakihi, tae atu ki ngā tāngata me te mahi pāpāho. Māori language champions to be celebrated at national awards


Finalists in the Māori Language Commission’s 15th Ngā Tohu Reo Māori, the National Māori Language Awards, have been announced.

36 finalists have been selected from more than 150 nominations, the highest number received since the awards began in 2004. This year’s ceremony will be hosted by the Commission and will be held at Te Papa on 23 November.


Māori Language Commission Chief Executive Ngahiwi Apanui says the awards are an important event in the Māori language calendar and as well as recognising initiatives and activities which took place during the year, are also an opportunity to acknowledge long-term commitment by individuals and groups to Māori language revitalisation.

“This year’s theme was ‘Kia kaha te reo Māori’: ‘May the Māori language be strong’. These finalists show that yes, it is strong!”.

Categories this year include awards for individuals and groups, including arts and entertainment, education, business, media and broadcasting.



Ngā Tohu Reo Māori 2018 - Finalists


1. Iwi
Muriwai Maggie Jones
Paraone Gloyne
Te Rūnanga o Rangitāne o Wairau
Kaitautoko Māori Television | Sponsor Māori Television

2. Whānau
Oti te Nanekoti - Te Tāhuhu o Te Mātauranga
Kaitautoko Te Papa | Sponsor Te Papa

3. Rangatahi | Youth
Mahuru Māori - Fortnite - Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
Fly - Māori Television Giphy Channel
Rāhiri Wharerau and Wātene Campbell - Te Tauihu - Kaupapa Here te reo Māori Ambassadors
Kaitautoko Vodafone | Sponsor Vodafone

4. Takitahi | Individual
Kōrerotia Cory Ratahi
Lillian Hanly
Mike Hollings
Kaitautoko Toi Aotearoa | Sponsor Creative New Zealand

5. Mātauranga – Kaupapa Māori | Education – Māori Medium
Mindfulness Movement
Taringa Punua Pāoho - Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
Kaitautoko Te Tāhuhu o Te Mātauranga | Sponsor Ministry of Education

6. Mātauranga – Whānui | Education – Open
Kōrero Mai Trilingual Books
Mahuru Māori - Fortnite - Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
Te Rito Maioha Early Childhood Education
Kaitautoko Te Tāhuhu o Te Mātauranga | Sponsor Ministry of Education

7. Kāwanatanga | Government
Environmental Protection Authority
New Zealand Qualifications Authority
Te Amorangi ki mua, Te Hāpai Ō ki muri - Rotorua Lakes Council
Kaitautoko Te Pūni Kōkiri | Sponsor Ministry of Māori Development

8. Pakihi | Business
Fush Uka - Anton Matthews
Tauhoko - Trade Me
Te Mātāpuna - Fonterra
Kaitautoko Vodafone | Sponsor Vodafone

9. Te Mahi Toi, Te Mahi Whakangahau | Arts and Entertainment
Mahuru Māori - Fortnite - Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
Oti te Nanekoti - Te Tāhuhu o Te Mātauranga
We Bare Bears - Kiwa Digital
Kaitautoko Te Matatini | Sponsor Te Matatini

10. Ngā Mahi Pāpāho | Broadcasting and Media
Mahuru Māori - Fortnite - Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
Ngā Tangata Taumata Rau -Te Waipounamu - Maui TV Productions
Sky TV - Tiki Towns
Kaitautoko Te Māngai Pāho | Sponsor Māori Broadcasting Funding Agency

11. Ngā Hapori Māori | Māori Community
Peka Peka ki Ōtaki - Fletcher Construction
Te Taku Parai
Tūranga FM
Kaitautoko Te Puni Kōkiri | Sponsor Ministry of Māori Development

12. Aotearoatanga | New Zealand Community
Kōrero Māori - Te Hiku Media
Te Puna o Te Ao Mārama Trust
This Is Me - Fly
Kaitautoko Manatū Taonga | Sponsor Ministry for Culture & Heritage

13. Te Wiki o te Reo Māori | Māori Language Week
Hīkoi Reo Māori - Whangārei - Te Kura Taitamawāhine o Whangārei
Kupu App – Spark & Te Aka Māori Dictionary
South Waikato Pacific Islands Community Services

Kaitautoko Māori Television | Sponsor Māori Television




14. Te Tohu Huia te Reo | Supreme

Ka pānuitia te toa Huia Te Reo ā te pō.
The winner of the Supreme Award is to be announced on the night.

Kaitautoko Te Wānanga o Aotearoa | Sponsor Te Wānanga o Aotearoa


15. Ngā Tohu Kairangi | Special Commendations

Ka pānuitia ngā toa Tohu Kairangi ā te pō.

The winners of Special Commendation Awards are to be announced on the night.

Kaitautoko Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori | Sponsor Māori Language Commission


16. Te Tohu Oranga Angitu | Lifetime Achievement

Ka pānuitia te toa Tohu Oranga Angitu ā te pō.
The winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award is to be announced on the night.

Kaitautoko Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori | Sponsor Māori Language Commission

Te mutunga | ends


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