Language Line

  • How Language Line works

    Find out how Language Line, the professional telephone interpreting service works for you.

  • Our Languages - Tō tātou Reo

    Image of globe with Languages on itNew Zealand has three official languages: English, Te Reo Māori and New Zealand Sign Language.  According to Census 2013, English, Te Reo Māori, Samoan and Hindi are the most widely spoken languages in New Zealand.

  • Why Professional Interpreting

    Ensure your business is conducted appropriately. Find out about the growth of a global phenomenon, interpreting.

  • I need a translator

    To translate is to convey the meanings of written words into another written language.Photograph depicting a working translator

  • Joining Language Line

    Fast track your organisation's access to professional interpreting at Language Line.Photograph of hands shaking

  • Booking an interpreter

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    For long appointments or special situations, book a professional telephone interpreter here.

  • Manager's Blog

    Former Language Line Manager Diana Clark sets out her views.

  • Interpreters

    Interpreter education, ethics, professional development and access to relevant literature.Photograph depicting an interpreter talking on the phone

  • Contact Language Line

    Language Line has an enthusiastic team ready to help with questions, resources and training.Photograph of the resources available at Language Line

  • Language Line hours over holiday

    Language Line telephone interpreting service will be operating slightly different hours for the festive season.