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He akoranga ā-ipurangi reo Māori, tikanga Māori utu-kore.
The new International Indigenous Centre for Critical Doctoral Studies, Te Wheke a Toi, has been launched at Massey University.
Stories of prisoners' lives usually stay locked up - but a group of male prisoners in Auckland has had the chance to study performance techniques and to share their experiences of being behind bars through a special theatre project.
This Matariki, a constellation of artists led by two Massey University academics are creating a unique cinematic experience on Wellington Habour's lagoon.
The importance of normalising the use of te reo Māori in everyday situations is well acknowledged ¬-so what contribution are galleries, libraries, archives and museums making to its revitalisation?