Here we are halfway through Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, and we hope you’re all finding ways to incorporate a little of the language into your week. It’s a great opportunity to learn new kupu (words); something many of the staff at GSL Promotus did recently when they undertook an eight-lesson te reo Māori course in house.

As Wellingtonians, we’re also delighted to see all the WCC initiatives popping up around the city, as they move towards their goal of making Wellington a te reo Māori city by 2040. For more on the Council’s Te Tauihu policy, and to watch Wellington Mayor Justin Lester speak to it’s importance, check out this Stuff article.

Kia Kaha te Reo Māori.