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    When high school bullying becomes assault

    The family of a fifteen-year-old student who was punched repeatedly in a video posted on social media says enough is enough and have laid a formal complaint with police.  

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    Netsafe calls parents to prevent harm of online bullying

    Bullying-Free New Zealand Week runs from 22 May - 26 May this year, Netsafe wants to remind parents that they have the power to prevent the harm of online bullying.

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    Bullying-Free NZ Week kicks off today

    BBullying-Free NZ Week officially launches today and Netsafe is taking the opportunity to remind parents about the importance of kids positive online behaviour.

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    Breaking the silence around suicide and cyberbullying

    Today's event "Au.E" was hosted at Walternash Stadium in Taita and featured a range of workshops and activities including creating music, free hair cuts and sports but one of the underlying messages was about creating a safe space for youth to talk openly about issues regarding suicide and cyberbullying.

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    Woman hopes Jimi Jackson was joking

    Māori comedian Jimi Jackson has come under fire for responding with sexist slurs to criticism of his 'Jimi Blackson' comedy sketch. Nadezna Walsh had commented that Jackson "was a father now" and he should "grow up". 

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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Half a million views sparks online trolls

    It's tough enough being bullied online. But imagine what it's like when your video has gone viral, clocking up half a million views. A group of young boxers, who posted a training video online, found out some people can be downright ugly.

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    Anti-bullying app launched in pre-school

    An anti-bullying app for pre-school children has just been released and the first to try it out were children at an Auckland pre-school. The Moe book app aims to teach kids about bullying using an interactive story and game.

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    More than three quarters of women harassed online- study

    New research reveals that 72 percent of New Zealand women under the age of 30 have experienced some form of online harassment. Although online harassment affects more young women, 52 percent of all Kiwi women have been targeted. 

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    Netsafe to help curb harmful digital communications

    Individuals and body corps could be fined up to $50,000 to $200,000, or up to two years jail for posting or sending a cyber-bullying post likely to cause harm.

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    Harmful Digital Communications Bill passes third reading

    The Harmful Digital Communications Bill has passed its third reading in Parliament.

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