It's te wiki o te reo Māori, and to celebrate this awesome initiative, we've given our logo a little update.
'Haporitanga' means 'the many principles and actions of being a community' and we think it's a great way to express what Neighbourly is.
Are you keen to dive straight into te wiki? Here's a video by our mates at Stuff showing five te reo words that every person from across the motu (country) needs to know.
For more coverage on Māori language week, click the 'See more' button below.
Hopefully someone reading this will know the person who may take in these 2 fledgling thrushes. First one i found an hour ago, and then another dead and now I have a 3rd. and alive. They are well feathered flapping wings but only hopping no flying so too dangerous to leave to their own device.. Anyone know who can take them in they are indoors with us at the moment. Thank you. 021 182 1384. Centennial Ave Te Aroha. Yes all sorted we drove to Waihi as we had no luck locally, and a very highly respected lady took them in, She is well known in the town of Waihi know as the 'Bird lady' and not only birds but she cares for any birds or animals etc and is amazing.
It’s not that unusual these days to recycle as much as we can, reuse things and repurpose them and to relove things someone else has passed on.
We here at 46 Arawa Street in Matamata we are your one stop shop for the raw materials for repurposing, up cycling and reloving things.
My thing is denim and we have an endless supply of this perfect material just waiting to be re imagined!
9-4.30 Monday to Friday 9-1 Saturday
Entries are open for this year’s Sunday Star-Times short story awards.
The awards include open, emerging Māori and Pasifika writers, and under-25 years categories and will be judged by some of New Zealand’s best authors.
The winning story will be published in the Sunday Star-Times and on Stuff. Entries close Friday 22 October.