Sunday, November 19, 2006

Maori Mark

Creative NZ launched the maori mark - "toi iho" - in February 2002 and in July that year, the first recipients of the mark were announced. There are now nearly 150 artists who are licensed to use the mark on their work. They traverse a wide range of artforms, including performing arts, music, literature and visual arts. As a brand, it carries positive connotations for any work associated with it

Helping our kids to learn

Team up with your kids, their teachers and your whānau to encourage and support your kids as they learn. Research shows it makes a big difference to their future.

Some Maori Websites

Maori TV
Mana magazine
Urban Maori Radio

Mai FM

Ngati Whatua had a create a radio station, which embraced multi-culture Auckland and which also sent a message to all people to stand proud and to look forward to their future. Mai FM was born out of that dream and a radio brand was created. The kaupapa of Mai FM was to promote tikangaMaori and Te Reo Maori. The brand represents the aspirations of the young at heart, it celebrates difference and embraces tomorrow.
Today, Mai FM is leading the way as the number one music station with the most listeners in Tamaki Makaurau.