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  1. Video for Former P addict uses social media to support other whānau in recovery
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    Former P addict uses social media to support other whānau in recovery

    P has devastated communities across the country but  an initiative by a former user has kicked off on social media.

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    Social media makes stealing Māori art easy- DLT

    Veteran hip hop artist ‘DLT’ Darryl Thomson says social media puts Māori art at risk of being copied. Bootleggers and counterfeiters, he says, choose which art to appropriate by looking for popular posts on social media.

  3. Video for Online haka lessons connect Māori and Tauiwi to our culture
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    Online haka lessons connect Māori and Tauiwi to our culture

    Since starting his Facebook kapa haka lessons, Māori and Tauiwi around the world have tuned in to learn. He says parents are telling him that his lessons provide a safe place for children to learn haka and connect with Māoritanga and ahurea.

  4. Video for Chrissy Knap gets 40K Facebook views singing on lockdown
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    Chrissy Knap gets 40K Facebook views singing on lockdown

    One Facebook page recorded more than 40 thousand views of a live performance by Chrissy Knap from her living room at home in Rotorua.

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    Google hits a home run in pronouncing Māori place names

    Google Home has hit a home run in pronouncing te reo place names. After videos of Alexa choking its way through the world’s longest place name “Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu” emerged online, Google Home users then put their speakers, to the test.

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    Recognising Māori farming excellence and potential

    Members of the NZ farming community are saying that the Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer Award is racist.  In an exclusive interview with Te Ao Māori News, the chair of The Ahuwhenua Trohy Management Committee, Kingi Smiler, responds to the comments.

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    Facebook ban 'won’t stop white supremacy'- Professor

    Facebook has banned content for white nationalism and separatism following the terror attack in Christchurch. Auckland University Professor Steve Matthewman is pleased about the ban, but thinks it won’t stop white supremacy.

  8. Video for Empowering Māori youth to be confident of their unique identity
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    Empowering Māori youth to be confident of their unique identity

    Platforms like Facebook are serving as modern day marae courtyards according to Māori social media expert Dr. Acushla Sciascia. Perth based Hana Tapiata who has established a social media enterprise is taking advantage and engaging with thousands of Māori on issues around identity.

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    64k New Zealanders may have had privacy breached

    Another privacy breach from Facebook has lead to 8.7 million people having their personal information accessed via the social media giant.  Up to 64,000 of those people are said to be New Zealanders.   

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    Pigs can surf too

    Ever seen a pig surf? Kai Holt's pet pig Kama has been surfing since he was one-month-old.

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