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Kohimarama proceedings in English and Māori

Kohimarama proceedings in English and Māori

The Maori Messenger – Te Karere Maori was a bilingual newspaper in both Māori and English. This page, from July 1860, discusses the Kohimarama conference organised by Governor Thomas Gore Browne. The entire proceedings were published in Māori and English, and numerous letters relating to the conference were received from tribal leaders around the country.

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Niupepa: Maori newspapers
Reference: The Maori Messenger: Te Karere Maori, 14 Hurai (July), 1860, p.1

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Jane McRae, 'Māori newspapers and magazines – ngā niupepa me ngā moheni - Role of Māori newspapers', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/document/42399/kohimarama-proceedings-in-english-and-maori (accessed 4 April 2020)

Story by Jane McRae, published 22 Oct 2014