Welcome to Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori - Māori Language Week, where we celebrate one of our national languages. This year’s theme is Kia ora te reo Māori – supporting the wellbeing of the language. The aim of the week; as well as the wellbeing of the language we will also look at health and safety for the wellbeing of people; uplifting people to uplift the language.
Nau mai haere mai ki te wiki o te reo Māori e whakanui ana i tētahi o ā tātou reo ā- iwi. Ko te kaupapa i tēnei tau, Kia ora te reo Māori.
Try these Māori words and phrases. Tēnā whakamātauria ēnei kupu Māori.
|Ngā kupu mō te ora||Words of wellbeing|
|Kia ora||Be well|
|Tinana ora||Physical body|
|Taringa ora||Hearing, ears|
|Kanohi ora||Sight, eyes|
|Mauri ora||Life essence|
|Kupu ora||Healthy language|
|Noho ora mai||Stay well|
|Ngā kupu mō te taake me ngā takuhe||Words about tax and benefits|
|Ngā Tukunga Taake Me Whakaruruhau Te Iwi||Working for Families Tax Credits|
|Turuki Tamariki||Child support|
|Ngā Pūtea Taurewa Ākonga||Student loans|
|Poua He Oranga||KiwiSaver|
|Taake moni whiwhi||Income tax|
|Taake hokohoko||Goods and services tax|
|Taake tōmua||Provisional tax|
|Taake utu hemihemi||Fringe benefit tax|
|Ētahi atu hononga||Find out more|
Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori
Kua tuwhera a Kōrero Māori hei taonga tautoko i te hunga e hiahia ana ki te kōrero Māori, ki te whakanui rānei i tō rātou mōhio ki te reo Māori.
The Māori Language Commission site
Kōrero Māori is for everyone who wants to speak the Māori language. Learn more at the Māori Language Commission.
Te Rātonga Kaitakawaenga Māori
Ka whakamārama ngā Kaitakawaenga Māori i ngā mea katoa e tika ana kia mōhio koe e pā ana ki te Taake umanga me te Taake o te hunga takitahi me ētahi atu wāhanga o Te Tari Taake.
Ka taea e te Kaitakawaenga Māori te hoatu:
Māori Community Officer Service
Māori Community Officers will explain everything you need to know about business and individual tax, and other areas of Inland Revenue.
Māori Community Officers can offer: