Last Modified: 22 February 2013
|He Kupu o te Ra||A word of the day service for Te Reo Maori.
|He Pataka Kupu Ture/Legal Maori Archive||An unprecedented collection of full text documents that presents, in one accessible place, the bilingual nature of New Zealand's legal history which has to date been largely overlooked.|
|Kokona Maori||Provides bilingual educational material for Te Reo students.
|Korero Maori||Korero Maori is the website of Te Taura Whiri i te reo Maori. The website promotes te reo to both beginners and fluent speakers and encourages interactive communication between speakers.|
||NZ Government site aimed at addressing Maori health issues. Includes Maori health, strategic papers, statistics, and health providers.
|Maori Land Online||Maori land court database useful to locate individual Maori land blocks on a computer generated map.|
|The Maori Language Commission
||NZ Government commission site aimed at fostering Te Reo in the community and to maintaining and developing the quality of the language.
|Maori Maps||Connect with the ancestral marae of Aotearoa New Zealand.|
|Maori links from the government website portal|
|Ngata Maori Dictionary
||A traditional Maori dictionary compiled by Apirana Ngata, who was an early 20th Century advocate for Maori culture and identity.
|Niupepa: Maori Newspapers||Searchable collection of historic newspapers published primarily for a Māori audience between 1842 and 1932.|
|Online Index to Maori Names||Compiled by Henry James Fletcher in 1925. Useful for researching whakapapa and early Maori history.|
|Online Journal of the Polynesian Society||Journal of Polynesian Society articles useful for research purposes.|
||Provides a free online archive of New Zealand texts and heritage material.
All resources are searchable and would be useful to students and researchers.
|Te Aka Maori Dictionary
||A modern English to Maori dictionary that includes names, native plants & animals as well as Maori concepts. It gives useful context to the definitions, examples of usage and colloquial meanings.
|Te Au Hou Magazine
||Published from 1952-1974 Te Ao Hou magazine covered a wide range of Maori topics. The articles are useful for students and researchers. It is searchable by subject and available in English or Maori.
|Te Puni Koriri: Facilitating Maori Business
||NZ Government, business and land issues. Has a computer generated map and data on Maori land.
|Toi Maori Aotearoa
||Maori art site promoting contemporary Maori art, artists and Maori cultural events.
|Transactions & Proceedings of the Royal Society 1868-1961||Includes Maori articles from the Transactions and proceedings of the New Zealand Institute useful for research purposes.|
|Treaty of Waitangi
||NZ History online website gives information on the Treaty and the signatories.
||NZ's only indigenous lifestyle e-magazine.
|Waiata – Maori Song
||Words and music for many Waiata and links related websites.
||Provides information about Treaty of Waitangi claims and the processes involved.
||Maori culture, history, myth and legend found in whakapapa.