YouTube has announced they are making a move towards reducing the amount of hateful content it hosts.
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Game of Thrones: Māori Youtube reviewer on the final season
The latest episode of popular HBO TV series Game of Thrones has fans excited about the show's potential outcome. Dr Dean Mahuta, Game of Thrones aficionado and creator of Te Māwhai, a reo Māori YouTube channel, shares his thoughts on the final season.
NBA 2K18, South Island; Week 2- IM_Hutch vs Minnislug
Today features IM_Hutch vs Minnislug, from the South Island.
NBA 2K18, South Island; Week 2, Rizz vs HennyKingSteve
NBA2K 18, Match 3, Rizz vs HennyKingSteve, from the South Island.
NBA 2K18, North Island, Week 1, Breakaway airbrn vs stonecoldkilla
NBA2K 18, Match 1, Breakaway airbrn vs stonecoldkilla, from the North Island.
Germans outrage over haka ad
A German insurance advertisement depicting the Māori haka has caused debate with German viewers.
Te reo Māori blending in on new YouTube make-up tutorial
A new make-up tutorial in te reo Māori has attracted over 100,000 views online. Māori make-up artist Miria Flavell says the response to her video has been overwhelming, drawing in fans from as far away as America and Europe.
English language haka goes viral
A Youtube clip of a Wellington man performing a haka in English is gaining traction online. 22-year-old Winara Levi who performed the haka says when Māori perform haka the messages in the haka fall on deaf ears so he wanted to show non-Māori the anger expressed by Māori following the 150th commemoration of the New Zealand land wars.
Morrison Jnr releases first single
New Māori record label, Waatea Music, will be releasing a string of waiata over the next few weeks in an effort to support Māori music. The first single release is from Howie Morrison Jnr, which has had over 5000 views on YouTube in its first weekend.
Viral speech calls for Māori to be compulsory in NZ primary schools
A YouTube clip posted by a non-Māori student at Kāpiti College has had over 40,000 views since going up at 10pm on Monday. It features Finnian Galbraith delivering a speech he wrote, emphasising to New Zealand the importance of correctly pronouncing Māori words.