Post your news and requests for information in the forums, which has topics for finding whanau (family), whanau events (tangihanga, funerals, reunions, anniversaries etc), general korero as well as events.
There is also a calendar which you can add your events to and a link section where you can add your Maori sites.
Maaori is the language of the people who inhabited Aotearoa (New Zealand) before European colonisation.
This page contains information about that language, from a variety of sources, including soc.culture.new-zealand.
Nau mai, haere mai ki te kāinga rorohiko a Gavin. Ko te reo Māori te kaupapa me te Tiriti hoki. Nō reira, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou katoa. Welcome, welcome to Gavin's homepage. The Maori language is
The Te Whanake series has evolved out of the need for Māori language resources for adults that reflect modern methods of teaching second languages. The teaching methodology reflected in the textbooks and resources is based on the way learners in a na
He Manawa o Te Reo is a yearly publication, produced by Te Whare Pukapuka Aa Iwi o Waitaha (Christchurch City Libraries), to promote the special events organised throughout Māori language week as well as highlighting other interesting facts relating
Freelang is a personal homepage (not a company, not an association) whose aim is to provide free resources for foreign languages: dictionaries to download, human translation help service, and other online resources.
The Akona! series is an integrated MÄori language learning system, and was designed in response to the specific needs of teachers and learners of Te Reo MÄori. The system is based on theory and research for second language acquisition and experience in