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  1. Video for Public assured that the internet won't go down during lockdown
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    Public assured that the internet won't go down during lockdown

    A major increase in internet use around the country, because more people are working from home, has caused concern for potential internet and phone shortages.

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    Two IT/Tech project managers confess: Being a tutū helps

    A Māori IT/Tech project manager credits being a tutū with helping him enter the IT/Tech industry. Working for Fraedom, a tech company owned by Visa, Daniel Harrison (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Kahungunu and Ngāti Porou) is one of three Māori, that his company employs in IT/Tech. Like other Māori who have come into this line of work, it was skills, not his qualifications that enabled him to cross over into this industry.

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    The men behind the steel

    There's been a rise in Māori artists creating sculptures using steel instead of traditional wooden carving and these are the men helping to build them.

  4. Video for Researchers' take on 5G following rising health concerns
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    Researchers' take on 5G following rising health concerns

    The fifth generation of cellular network technology, 5G, is about to be rolled out across the country from next month. Along with 10-times faster internet, it's also raising health concerns for some groups who say it could cause illnesses such as cancer.

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    HADO eSport inspires Māori gamers

    HADO, the first-ever physical eSport in the world, had its NZ debut on Friday and Wellington's Arepa Gamers Club says it sees the potential this type of technology has for promoting Māori cultural values and well-being.

  6. Video for App saving indigenous Alaskan language from extinction
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    App saving indigenous Alaskan language from extinction

    An Alaskan indigenous community is saving their language and heritage on the brink of extinction with the help of Māori technology company Kiwa Digital.

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    Telco Companies include Calling Minutes for Deaf People

    Despite telling Telco companies that there is no point in issuing deaf people with free calling minutes, the Aotearoa Deaf community are no closer to being heard.

  8. Video for Exploring identity as 'taonga' in the digital space
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    Exploring identity as 'taonga' in the digital space

    How can Māori individuals and organisations protect their identity and information in the digital era?  These are the issues being explored at the Identity Conference held at Te Papa in Wellington.

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    Māori tertiary students creating business in Vietnam

    A group of 14 tertiary students are set to fly to Vietnam for the Te Hononga-ā-Kiwa programme to build business relationships.  The key focus of this trip will be business development in start-up entrepreneurship and technology.

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    Virtual reality to prepare Māori for construction mahi

    Construction businesses have announced they will start using virtual reality technology to prepare people for jobs in the industry, in partnership with the Ministry of Social Development.

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