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  1. Video for Anti-bullying app launched in pre-school

    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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    'Day of Silence' aims to help tackle bullying

    Students across New Zealand plan to participate in the 'Day of Silence' today which aims to draw attention to the “silencing effect of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying, name calling and harassment in schools."

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    Students believe verbal abuse is biggest bullying problem in schools

    Students believe verbal abuse is the worst bullying problem within schools- higher than cyber bullying, social or relational bullying and physical bullying.

  7. Video for Māori Party support Harmful Digital Communications Bill

    Māori Party support Harmful Digital Communications Bill

    The Māori Party have thrown their support behind the Harmful Digital Communications Bill.  It has now reached its final reading before becoming an official law. 

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    Roast Busters case highlights need for Cyber-Bullying Bill

    Off the back of the latest Independent Police Conduct Authority Report into police handling of the "Roast Busters" case, a bill aiming to curb cyber-bullying has passed its second reading in Parliament. 

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    Judges officially named to replace Moon and Kills

    Shelton Woolright and Natalie Bassingthwaighte will replace the vacant X-Factor judges seats left by Willy Moon and Natalia Kills after they were removed from the show following claims of bullying.

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