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Palmerston North City Library's Kohikohinga & Māori Liaison Librarian, Christina Winitana trying out the bi-lingual version of Manawatū Heritage. The bi-lingual version was launched in September 2018. Translators from He Kupenga Hao i te Reo incorporated bilingual site instructions, navigation toggles, as well as some metadata.

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Object type
Image
Date
September 11, 2018
Digitisation ID
COMM1536640824
Format
Born Digital
Held In
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2018,
kohikohinga,
librarian,
palmerston north city library,
te reo,
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