Ngā Tohu Reo Māori 2018 | National Māori Language Awards 2018

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Māori language champions celebrated at national awards.

Spark and the Te Aka Māori Dictionary have won the 2018 Supreme Māori Language Award.

36 finalists were selected from more than 150 nominations, the highest number received since the awards began in 2004. 400 people attended the awards ceremony at Te Papa.

Highlights

Ngā Toa 2018

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Iwi

The winner of the Iwi award is Muriwai Maggie Jones
The Iwi award is proudly sponsored by Māori Television

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Whānau

The winner of the Whānau award is Oti te Nanekoti by Te Tāhuhu o Te Mātauranga
The Whānau award is proudly sponsored by Te Papa

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Rangatahi | Youth

The winner of the Youth award is Māori Television Giphy Channel by Fly
The Youth award is proudly sponsored by Vodafone

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Takitahi | Individual

The winner of the Individual award is Mike Hollings
The Individual award is proudly sponsored by Creative New Zealand

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Mātauranga Kaupapa Māori | Education Māori Medium

The winner of the Education – Māori Medium award is Taringa Punua Pāoho by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
The Education – Māori Medium award is proudly sponsored by the Ministry of Education

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Mātauranga Whānui | Education Open

The winner of the Youth award is Māori Television Giphy Channel by Fly
The Youth award is proudly sponsored by Vodafone

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Kāwanatanga | Government

The winner of the Government award is Te Amorangi ki mua, Te Hāpai Ō ki muri by Rotorua Lakes Council
The Government award is proudly sponsored by Te Puni Kōkiri

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Pakihi | Business

The winner of the Business award is Te Mātāpuna by Fonterra
The Business award is proudly sponsored by Vodafone

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Te Mahi Toi, Te Mahi Whakangahau | Arts and Entertainment

The winner of the Arts and Entertainment award is Oti te Nanekoti by Te Tāhuhu o Te Mātauranga
The Arts and Entertainment award is proudly sponsored by Te Matatini

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Ngā Mahi Pāpāho | Broadcasting and Media

The winner of the Broadcasting and Media award is Sky TV - Tiki Towns
The Broadcasting and Media award is proudly sponsored by Te Māngai Pāhō

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Ngā Hapori Māori | Māori Community

The winner of the Māori Community award is Dr Te Taku Parai
The Māori Community award is proudly sponsored by Te Puni Kōkiri

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Aotearoatanga | New Zealand Community

The winner of the New Zealand Community award is Kōrero Māori by Te Hiku Media
The New Zealand Community award is proudly sponsored by the Ministry for Culture & Heritage

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Te Wiki o te Reo Māori | Māori Language Week

The winner of the Māori Language Week award is Kupu App by Spark & Te Aka Māori Dictionary
The Te Wiki o te Reo Māori award is proudly sponsored by Māori Television

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Te Tohu Huia te Reo | Supreme

The winner of the Supreme Award is Kupu App by Spark & Te Aka Māori Dictionary
The Supreme award is proudly sponsored by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

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Te Tohu Oranga Angitu | Lifetime Achievement

The winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award is Ahorangi Whatarangi Winiata
The Lifetime Achievement award is proudly sponsored by Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori

Ngā Tohu Kairangi | Special Commendations

The winners of the Special Commendation Awards are: #1miriona – Te Māngai Pāho, Hīkoi Reo Māori Whangārei – Te Kura Taitamawāhine o Whangārei, Guyon Espiner – Te Reo Irirangi o Aotearoa, Fush Uka - Anton Matthews Te Tauihu – Te Kaunihera o Pōneke
The Special Commendation Awards are proudly sponsored by Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori

Kaitautoko | Sponsors

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