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  1. Video for Indigenous 3D game 'Katuku Island' launched
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    Indigenous 3D game 'Katuku Island' launched

    Katuku Island is an indigenous 3D gaming platform that was recently launched.

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    VR technology helps vision impaired taiohi see the world

    Kaea Horsfall-Kingi (Te Whānau-a-Kai, Ngāti Kahungunu) lives with nystagmus, an eye condition that causes the eyes to shake or move uncontrollably. This makes it hard for him to see. But a pre-COVID experience with VR (virtual reality) has opened up a whole new world.

  3. Video for New tool to help iwi track native species within their tribal boundaries
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    New tool to help iwi track native species within their tribal boundaries

    Manaaki Whenua have created a mapping package to help foster kaitiakitanga. Lead researcher Kiri Reihana says the program will enable kaitiaki in their conservation efforts.

  4. Video for Govt tracing app data could be accessed by USA/AUS - Karaitiana Taiuru
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    Govt tracing app data could be accessed by USA/AUS- Karaitiana Taiuru

    Questions arise over how our data is being used as the Government release a contact tracing app.  For those who sign up on the app register their contact details and consent for the app to record their daily movements.

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    New Zealanders encouraged to download new COVID-19 contact tracing app

    Dr Bloomfield says the app will allow users to control their information, to ensure privacy and data security.

  6. Video for Marae encouraged to get digitally-connected
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    Marae encouraged to get digitally-connected

    Marae across the country are urged to get their applications in for the Marae Digital Connectivity Project - which provides financial assistance for WiFi and other digital resources.

  7. Video for Tech inequities will still impact students despite today's return
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    Tech inequities will still impact students despite today's return

    More than 800,000 students are back in the classroom today and even though the lockdown is over, there are still challenges that lay ahead for them and their teachers.

  8. Video for Thousands worldwide benefit from wānanga and karakia hosted live online by Te Waati
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    Thousands worldwide benefit from wānanga and karakia hosted live online by Te Waati

    Māori movement practitioner Ngarino Tauwhirowhiro Te Waati has been helping hundreds of people during the lockdown by hosting wānanga and karakia via the Turuki Health Facebook page.

  9. Video for Māori sports app hits the ground running despite lockdown
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    Māori sports app hits the ground running despite lockdown

    Usshh is an innovative app that provides a platform for athletes to showcase their talent and ability. It could help them recruit potential sponsors, clubs, managers and educational institutions. Founder Maxie Kemara (Whānau-a-Apanui) soft-launched the app in February and already has over 800 users, including prestigious rugby league school - Keebra Park State High School, in Australia.  

  10. Video for Huntly kaiako making distance learning work
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    Huntly kaiako making distance learning work

    One kaiako from Te Wharekura o Rākaumangamanga in Huntly explains how she is juggling delivering distance learning with over 100 students, as well as catering to her son's learning needs at home.

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