Language & Translation Services

Language
English and Maori are the official languages of New Zealand. English is the common language of everyday use.


Maori language & culture services
KTKO Ltd (Kai Tahu ki Otago) based in Dunedin can help facilitate all services related to the reference to or inclusion of Maori culture, assets (e.g. lands) and language, including use, translation and speakers. Adequate notice is required to find available people.

Chris Rosenbrook
Manager
KTKO Ltd
Level 1, 258 Stuart Street
P O Box 446
Dunedin
Ph: (03) 477 0071
info@ktkoltd.co.nz  
www.ktkoltd.co.nz


Translation Services
Translation services are readily accessible from Central Otago with several operating from Dunedin and Wanaka, as well as national services via the internet and telephone. Some offer on-site interpreters.

Contact information:
Blue South Ltd
provides an extensive international service from Wanaka.
37 Meadowstone Drive, Wanaka. 0508 443 613
info@bluesouth.co.nz  
www.bluesouth.co.nz
 
TELIS
is a telephone interpreting service
New Zealand wide and overseas.
Contact 04 384 2849
 
English German Translation Services Ltd
37B Rob Roy Lane, Wanaka.
03 443 2271
 
Transla NZ Japanese Translation and Interpreting
PO Box 8069 Dunedin 9041
03 473 6951
transla@xtra.co.nz
 
Associated Trainers and Translators
61 Moana Cres,
Musselburgh, Dunedin
03 455 9260
astrid.staehler@a-tt.de 
 
NTIS NZ Translation Services
Keith Berrington
PO Box 1422 Nelson.
03 548 9944
ntis@ntis.co.nz 
www.ntis.co.nz 
                                                                                                                       

Translation Culture
Christine Rupp
PO Box 19742
Christchurch 8241
translationculture@gmail.com
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