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 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.

Kia Koutou all you wonderful creative people.  I hope you’re going to have an excellent day today. Thank you for inviting me to open this Forum today. In particular, thanks to Paula Browning, the Chair of WeCreate.

Growing the international profile of New Zealand’s game development sector will be a key focus of a new study, announced today at a Techweek event by Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran.

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran says New Zealand’s tech sector needs more young women to help break down stereotypes and redress gender imbalance in the industry.

New Zealand’s ability to respond to major cyber events and provide cyber threat intelligence is boosted in Budget 2018, says Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran.

The importance of well-resourced public media to inform our democracy has been acknowledged in Budget 2018, says Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran.

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran has announced the appointment of Dr Ruth Harley CNZM as a member and new chair of the Broadcasting Commission (NZ On Air).

1. "All correspondence between the former RNZ Head of News Carol Hirschfeld, and the Minister of Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media, including text messages and emails."

Broadcasting, Communications, Digital Media and Government Digital Services Minister Clare Curran has reopened applications for New Zealand’s first Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran has announced the appointment of Dr Jim Mather as the new Chair of Radio New Zealand.

Haast township now has mobile coverage for the first time with the completion of a fully operational 3G mobile tower.

Having been a journalist, cutting my teeth on the Nelson Mail and the Hauraki Herald, it is no surprise that I am a very strong supporter of the fourth estate as an essential pillar of democracy.

Good evening everyone. Thank you to Stuart Christie the Chair of the AI Forum, for his introduction and to members of the AI Forum – many of whom are in attendance tonight - for their invitation to formally launch the research report Artificial Intelligence: Shaping a Future New Zealand.

The Minister for Government Digital Services and Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media, Clare Curran, says an action plan and ethical framework is urgently needed to educate and upskill people on Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies.

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran has extended the term of members of the CERT NZ Establishment Advisory Board by an additional six months.

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran has announced reappointments to the Boards of TVNZ and RNZ.

The final seven members of the Digital Economy and Digital Inclusion (DEDI) Advisory Group have been announced.

The last time I was in this room was probably about 2 and a half, maybe three years ago, and it was to hold a forum on public broadcasting.

Good morning and thank you for inviting me to open the Play by Play conference, now in its third year.

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran is urging people to report any suspicious activity on their Facebook accounts to CERT NZ.

It is my pleasure to be here at the Wellington launch of Auckland University’s Cyber Security Foundry, following the establishment of the Foundry in Auckland last November.

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran today announced a comprehensive refresh of New Zealand’s approach to cyber security.