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    …content Home »New Zealand Travel »Key Facts »New Zealand Language New Zealand Language Official Languages While English is the predominant language spoken in New Zealand, there are two actual official languages in New Zealand. Māori became an official language in 1987 while…


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    …predominant language in New Zealand. After WWII, Māori were discouraged from speaking their own language in schools and workplaces so it really only existed as a community language. Nowadays it has undergone a revitalisation and is declared one of New Zealand's official languages with…

  • New Zealand Culture, Culture in New Zealand

    …content Home »New Zealand Travel »New Zealand Culture New Zealand Culture Introduction Our Culture New Zealand has a very unique and dynamic culture. The culture of its indigenous Māori people affects the language, the arts, and even the accents of all New Zealanders. Their place…

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  • Kerikeri History New Zealand

    …law in New Zealand, the Treaty guaranteed Māori authority over their land and culture. The treaty was translated and signed by 43 Northland chiefs, followed by over 500 other Māori chiefs in 1840. The Treaty of Waitangi remains central to New Zealand law and society. With two language

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