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Good morning everyone. Thank you for the invitation to speak today about how local and central government can work collaboratively together on digital transformation.

Good morning everyone, and thank you for the invitation to speak at the Transforming Procurement Hack. It is inspiring that so many of you have committed your time and energy to this day.

Government Digital Services Minister Clare Curran has today announced the start a new era in digital government procurement processes.

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran welcomes the results of an independent survey released today that shows New Zealand’s game development industry earned a record $143 million in the last financial year.

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran has welcomed the commercial launch of the new trans-Pacific Hawaiki cable that improves and enhances New Zealand’s international connectivity.

​​​​​​​Public Media Funding Allocation. Kia ora koutou, good afternoon.

Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran has revealed a new $6 million Innovation Fund to drive more public media content for under-served audiences such as Maori and Pacific Peoples, children and regional New Zealand.

Tēnā koutou katoa. Good morning everyone.

I want to kick this conference off with a commitment from this government to the tech sector in New Zealand.

Kia ora koutou, good evening everyone, and thank you to Creative HQ for the invitation to be here and help celebrate the launch of your accelerator programme.

Cantabrian Paula Rose QSO has been reappointed to the Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) for a second term.

The government will extend the timeframe of the Cyber Security Strategy refresh and do a deeper dive into the issues, to inform the new action plan.

I’m here today to engage and explore ideas about how we can work together towards a digitally connected, technology-enabled future for every Kiwi.

All Dunedin residents and businesses are able to connect to ultra-fast broadband (UFB) now the project to build the network’s infrastructure is complete, 19 months ahead of schedule.

Kia Ora Koutou and good morning everyone.

Thank you for the invitation to open your conference in what is its tenth year.

Digital Media and Government Digital Services Minister Clare Curran leaves for Singapore tonight on a four day visit to discuss the digital economy and digital transformation with Ministers and high level government officials from around the world.

All residents of Christchurch and the surrounding areas can now connect to a faster network with the early completion of the ultra-fast broadband project in the city.

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran has announced an accelerated timetable for the rollout of new rural broadband and mobile networks to help close the digital divides in New Zealand.

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Clare Curran has launched New Zealand’s first media hub for children – HEIHEI - which creates a safe place for children to access both local and international stories.

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran was among those celebrating the successes of New Zealand’s high-tech companies and high-flying individuals at the annual NZ Hi-Tech Awards tonight in Christchurch.

Relationships between New Zealand centres and their international sister cities will benefit from multiple Government initiatives that are improving connectivity, says Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran.

 Kia Koutou everyone.

The series Winners and Losers is representative of something quite deep in us and so I’m going to list the titles up front:

The landmark 1970s television series Winners & Losers is now restored and available free to view for all New Zealanders to appreciate and enjoy, the Minister for Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Hon Clare Curran announced today.

Minister for Government Digital Services Clare Curran and Statistics Minister James Shaw have announced a project to assess how government agencies use algorithms to analyse people’s data, to ensure transparency and fairness in decisions that affect citizens.