70 days ago

Three-minute power te reo Māori lesson: Five words every Kiwi should know

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

Hi Neighbours,

You don't need to learn how to speak perfect, formal te reo Māori to help normalise the language of Aotearoa - you can do it one word at a time.

At the end of this three-minute power te reo Māori lesson you'll know five key words and how to use them.

On Friday our tutor, Anton Matthews, will be live on Stuff at 12.30pm to answer any questions from this week's lessons.

For more lessons, click here

More messages from your neighbours
6 minutes ago

Private Messages. Response from Neighbourly Helpdesk to me so sharing it with you.

Barbara Neighbourly Lead from Raureka

Good morning Barbara,

Thanks for taking the time to contact us about a Neighbourly private message you’ve received from the Office of the Prime Minister.

From time to time Neighbourly invites organisations and individuals of significance to share an important message through the Neighbourly website. In this case, we invited the Prime Minister to contribute on the back of what’s been a very big year for all New Zealanders.

This is certainly not intended for campaigning purposes, and we have worked with the Prime Minister to ensure the message abides by the Neighbourly Guidelines.

At the moment receiving private messages from our organisational partners is a condition of being a Neighbourly member. However, we really appreciate you taking the time to contact us with your thoughts and please rest assured that these have been noted.

In the meantime, we'll be happy to give you a hand with your email settings if you'd prefer not to receive notifications for new private messages. You can make any adjustments yourself by heading here: www.neighbourly.co.nz...

Let us know if you need any assistance, we'll be happy to help.

Warm wishes,
Elesha
Communications Manager

In the meantime, we'll be happy to give you a hand with your email settings if you'd prefer not to receive notifications for new private messages. You can make any adjustments yourself by heading here: www.neighbourly.co.nz...
Let us know if you need any assistance, we'll be happy to help.
Warm wishes,
Elesha
Communications Manager

13 hours ago

This is a doosie...

Vivian from Clive

I mentioned in a post that I would more than likely leave Neighbourly due to the adverts, polls, scams & political crap they are dumping on us daily.
Then I receive this....

Hi Vivian, thanks for getting in touch and sharing your feedback.

I'm so sorry to hear you've chosen to leave Neighbourly.



All members should feel comfortable using Neighbourly - this is why we always do our best to ensure that the Guidelines are met and act accordingly, to ensure that Neighbourly remains a positive platform for all.



If you ever change your mind and would like to use Neighbourly again in the future, please don't hesitate to contact us and we can help you get up and running again.



Warm wishes,



Regards, Ashley

Neighbourly Helpdesk

I have not deleted this page yet Ashley! Must add there is a lot of conversation regarding Neighbourly & STUFF on various FB pages though.

8 hours ago

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