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  • Apr 02, 2012
  • 02:06 AM

Spreading word on native tongue

Cherie Taylor / The Daily Post
Rongopai Kohanga Reo kaiako matua (head teacher) Sue Manihera says the language is becoming a vital part of life for Maori today as it was many generations ago. Te reo is being revived through the children today. "It is taonga (treasure) that has been lost to us. It is being resurrected," she says.

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