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- Ao hou = The new world
Te Ao Hou/The New World was published from 1952-75 by the Dept. of Māori Affairs to provide "interesting and informative reading for Maori homes". All issues available in full-text.
- Aotearoa cafe
Online forums with a Māori focus. General topics; Māori kai; health and well-being and Te Reo Māori.
- Awa FM Whanganui iwi radio : Whanganui 100FM, Ruapehu 91.2, Taumaranui 93.5
Radio station which uses the dialect of the Whanganui iwi. Provides an outline of programmes, events, promotions etc. and online audio link.
Provides publishing and communications services with a particular focus on Māori. Comprises: Huia Communications; Te Manu Tuku Kōrero; and Huia Publishers.
A portal to Te Reo Māori radio broadcasting on the Internet. Includes short biographies of influential Māori broadcasters.
- Kaitoro Publishers
Hamilton based publisher of electronic and print Māori educational resources. Most publications are bilingual.
- Karaitiana N. Taiuru
Personal web page. Provides computer and internet tips and free software for Māori language and genealogical use, including information about iwi.nz and .maori.nz.
- Kia Ata Mai : www.kiaatamai.org.nz
Kia Ata Mai Educational Trust promotes Māori literacy, including publishing. Includes research paper.
- Learning Media = Te Pou Taki Kōrero
Educational publisher providing contract publishing services and professional development programmes to the Ministry of Education. Includes curriculum-linked web resources.
- Māori law review : a monthly review of law affecting Māori
Reports on law affecting Māori. Includes Māori land law, Waitangi Tribunal, other courts and tribunals and Parliamentary activity.
- Māori Media Network = Te Hononga Whakapaoho Māori
Māori media and communications targeting Māori.
- Māori Television
Includes profiles of people in the organisation; tune in guide and coverage maps; programme schedules and background information about programmes.
- Mai FM 88.6 : Auckland's hottest music
Iwi radio station owned by Ngāti Whatua, operating in Auckland region. Has live audio link.
- Mana online
Mana magazine. Lists articles in current issue.
- Manutukutuku / Te Roopu Whakamana i te Tiriti o Waitangi
The Waitangi Tribunal's official newsletter.
- Maorinews.com : news, views, commentary & writings
News, views, commentaries and writings of Ross N. Himona. Includes access to Te Putatara, Ko Huiarau File and Te Karere Ipurangi.
- Ngā Aho Whakaari
Supports Māori working in the visual media, and promotes Māori culture within the moving image industries.
- NgāIwiFM : 92.2FM
Ngā Iwi FM 92.2 & 99.5, a pan-tribal Māori radio station based in Paeroa. Provides some programme details and live internet radio.
- Niupepa = Māori newspapers
Digitised text and images from Alexander Turnbull Library's collection of Māori newspapers (1842-1933).
- Official iwi.nz home page
Domain name provider for any traditional Māori tribe, Hapu that belongs to a traditional Māori Iwi or taura here Iwi group operating with the permission of the main Iwi.
News, views and information about information technology and telecommunications for indigenous people.
- Papers past : New Zealand newspapers and periodicals
Papers Past showcases selected 19th century New Zealand newspapers and periodicals.
- Radio Kahungunu 94.3 FM & 765 AM
Māori radio station based in Taradale. Provides some programme details and live internet radio.
- Radio Ngāti Porou
Māori radio station based in Ruatoria. Provides some programme details and live internet radio.
Online newsletter covering news, events, and information relevant to Māori, and those working with or interested in indigenous communities. Issues available in full-text.
- Rautaki Māori
Outlines NZ ON Air's rautaki Māori policy.
- Sound Archives Ngā Taonga Kōrero-- : a subsidiary of Radio New Zealand
Manages, collects, preserves and provides access to the nation's recorded radio heritage. The Ngā Taonga Kōrero collections in Auckland have a Maori focus, whilst the Sound Archives in Christchurch collections hold a broad range of recordings. Site has searchable database of recordings, copies of most items held are available for purchase.
- Sun 96.9 FM
Māori radio station based in Whakatane. Provides some programme details and live internet radio.
- Tū mai : magazine
Māori lifestyle magazine. All issues available in full-text.
- Tūranga. F.M., 91.7, 95.5 & 98FM
Established by Te Rūnanga O Tūranganui A Kiwa in 1992 as an iwi radio station trading under the name Tūranga FM. The studio and offices are in Gisborne.
- Tahu FM
Operating the South Island Māori radio network. Provides some programme details and live internet radio.
- TangataWhenua.com : Māori news & indigenous views
Provides relevant online and independent news, events and information to Māori and those working with and interested in indigenous communities.
- Tautoko 92.8 FM
Te Reo Takiwa o Tautoko is the first Māori broadcasting service in Te Taitokerau. Established in 1983 by the Te Whare Awhina o Te Iwi Community Trust.
- Te Huarahi Tika Trust
Trust aims to increase Māori participation in the knowledge economy, especially the information and telecommunications sectors. Site includes publications and trustees' profiles.
- Te karere ipurangi : Māori news online : Māori portal & world news
Includes news, articles, links to Māori websites and email lists. Also some Pacific and indigenous websites and lists.
- Te Karere
Māori television news programme Te Karere. Provides the current week's programmes and information about the show.
- Te Māngai Pāho = Māori Broadcasting Funding Agency
Crown entity that promotes Māori language and culture by making funds available for production and broadcasting of programmes. In addition to information about the organisation, the site provides news and information on Māori broadcasting. Also contains online publications.
- Te Whānau Ipurangi
Society aims to promote Māori on the internet and includes a directory of Māori sites, job listings, news and articles.
- Waatea 603 AM
Radio Waatea is a Māori radio station providing an extensive bilingual broadcast to the greater Auckland Region. Includes programme details and live internet radio.