What is Kai Korero?
Kai Korero is a magazine that was published by Te Tiaki Mahinga Kai. We distributed its issues to communities across New Zealand, as well as to our project partners and contributors.
The name “Kai Korero” has two interpretations. “Kai” means food, and “korero” means talking about. So, we are talking about food. As well, “kaikorero” (one word) are orators or discussion leaders (usually on the marae). So, we are leading a discussion (about mahinga kai). This name was suggested by Rau Kirikiri, our senior Māori adviser to the programme.
Issues were produced and distributed in 2007 and 2008.
Tātai kōrero ka ngaro, tātai kōrero ka rangona.