Out Now! | Te Hookioi | Issue 63 |

Ka whakarite a Te Kaaheru Matarau a Hauaa moo Te Matatini
Ko Te Kaaheru Matarau a Hauaa teetehi kapa haka hou o Tainui Waka i koowhiri kia tuu i te mura o te ahi ki Te Matatini 2017.

Waikato MBA graduate first to write research in Maaori
A lifelong passion for Te Reo Maaori and a concern for the current state of the language in Pare Hauraki has gained an iwi member top marks in the Waikato-Tainui College for Research and Development’s Maaori-focussed Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme.

Whakahokia Te Reo Ki Ngaa Tara-aa-Whare
The Huka whaanau, of Te Papa o Rotu Marae, say the best way to learn te reo Maaori is to give it a go – which is exactly what they have been doing.

Restoring Wetlands Helps Waikato River
Waikato-Tainui has been working with Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research to restore wetlands in the region as part of an effort to clean-up the country’s longest river.



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