search slide
search slide
pages bottom
Currently Browsing: Results for Tag "Maori"

Samsung develop te Reo Māori language pack for printers

Samsung develop te Reo Māori language pack for printers Garry Johnston, executive director of IT at TWoA, says that the functions of the printers mirror the innovation that TWoA drives forward.“Our Māori language strategy focuses on normalising te Reo Māori and using it as a part of our everyday life, both in our work place, and in our learning environment.

Kiwi mpetition aims to stimulate enomic involvement & innovation in Māori

Kiwi mpetition aims to stimulate enomic involvement & innovation in Māori Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development (ATEED) General Manager Business, Innovation and Skills, Patrick McVeigh, says DIGMYIDEA entries must be exciting, innovative, digital and entrepreneurial.He explains that they can be anything from an app to a web programme, or even a digital extension of a more traditional business.

River receives the same rights as a human in 'world first' settlement

River receives the same rights as a human in 'world first' settlement It doesn't happen every day.But following the longest-running litigation in the country's history, the Whanganui River in New Zealand (or Aotearoa's) North Island will be treated as a human being in the eyes of the law.

Digital learning supported in New Plymouth school upgrades

Digital learning supported in New Plymouth school upgrades Construction is about to get underway on projects at New Plymouth’s Spotswood College and the wharekura Te Pi’ipi’inga Kakano Mai Rangiatea.“This project will deliver an innovative learning environment, with flexible learning spaces to enable different ways of teaching and learning, the latest IT infrastructure to support digital learning, and high standards of acoustics, lighting and ventilation.

Kiwi innovators: Entries for the Māori innovation mp close soon

Kiwi innovators: Entries for the Māori innovation mp close soon There is an innovation challenge for Māori entrepreneurs that awards winners with $10,000 worth of start-up assistance.The competition is open to Māori 15 years and older - the only prerequisite for entry is an exciting, innovative and entrepreneurial idea.

Auckland-based Animation llege proves popular in Rotorua

Auckland-based Animation llege proves popular in Rotorua Due to growing demand in the Bay of Plenty, the Auckland-based Animation College has had to extend its campus in Rotorua.Executive Director Adam Berry says the College started off in Rotorua with two staff, but they now have four, with more growth forecast in the future.

We wuz kangz and shied

We wuz kangz and shied Maori 13 hours ago (edited)Hey look white people playing Egyptians again.smhHide replies itMandingo Party is hours agoShe is from North Africa.

Watch: Powerful Maori haka spreads support for veteran's mental health

Watch: Powerful Maori haka spreads support for veteran's mental health The haka is always a powerful show of Maōri culture and identity, but you can really feel the force in this one.Tuesday marked ANZAC Day, a day to commemorate Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in armed conflicts around the world.