New Anthology by Slemani UNESCO City of Literature

Posted: Monday September 21, 2020

Poetry Shelf celebrates te reo Māori

Te Henga, Waitākere

Posted: Friday September 18, 2020

Kete Books is now live

Love reading? You’ll find plenty to love here, all in one kete.

Posted: Friday September 18, 2020

Hub’s aim to make learning te reo Maori non-intimidating

Toitu Otago Settlers Museum visitor programmes co-ordinator Phoebe Thompson sits in a language hub that has been set up at the museum for the length of Te Wiki o te Reo Maori — Maori Language Week.

Posted: Friday September 18, 2020

Lift up the anchor - Hūtia Te Punga

Systems-level change will improve the educational experience and outcomes for Māori learners. Mā te rerekē ā-whakahaereka ka whakapiki i te wheako whaiaro ā-mātauraka, i kā putaka hoki mō kā tauira Māori.

Posted: Wednesday September 16, 2020

Pupils excited to map Broad Bay’s past

Pupils of a Dunedin school went "berserk" when they learned they had won a grant for a project that will document history.

Posted: Wednesday September 16, 2020

Love in the time of Covid: A Chronicle of a Pandemic

Submissions are open August 01 – December 01, 2020.

Posted: Tuesday September 15, 2020

New hybrid format for 2020 NZ Young Writers Festival

Posted: Tuesday September 15, 2020

New book examines how childhood shapes later life

In his new book, The Origins of You: How Childhood Shapes Later Life, University of Otago professor Richie Poulton and his co-authors set out their search to learn how much our origins shape our later lives.

Posted: Tuesday September 15, 2020

Kete partners with Stuff to share reviews of New Zealand books

Kete – the new site devoted to the books of Aotearoa which launches on 15 September – will share reviews of New Zealand books with Stuff to bring the latest releases to readers of Sunday Magazine, Your Weekend and Stuff online.

Posted: Friday September 11, 2020

Dick of the Bay on Otago Access Radio

Attention New Zealanders! A new radio drama is coming to take over your airwaves.

Posted: Friday September 11, 2020

Misconceptions and Bruce the cat: a Q&A with Kathryn van Beek

Dunedin author and illustrator Kathryn van Beek is launching two new books this month: her short story collection PET and a children's book, Bruce Goes Outside.

Posted: Tuesday September 8, 2020

Happy International Literacy Day!

UNESCO Cities of Literature are excited to celebrate with a collective social media campaign led by Bucheon City of Literature

Posted: Monday September 7, 2020

Māori Language Moment: Be the 1 in a million

Honour the past, keep ourselves safe now and prepare for the future together!

Posted: Thursday September 3, 2020

Recordings of Hone Tuwhare

Posted: Thursday September 3, 2020


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