With Aotearoa and the rest of the world facing blockages, meetings, classrooms and weather reports are moving online via Zoom video calls.
News Kea Kids Journalists Theodore, 9, and Lachie Lane, 11, of Pekerau Primary School find the best video calls of the recent blockages.
From pet disruption to accidental trips to the bathroom, here are some of Zoom’s funniest failures.
* Kea Kids News: the artist goes to the bottom of a sensitive subject on the stomach
* Kea Kids News: Disasters, Monsters and Jokes at Children’s Book Prizes
* KEA Kids News: Unwanted ‘ugly’ foods used to feed families in need
Also on News Kea Kids, Paralympic athletes share their shot put secrets.
Luke Nola and his friends
Paralympic shot putters Benza Tuimaseve and Caitlin Dore are back from Tokyo competing at the top of their game. The two Paralympic champions speak with journalist Jakob Openshaw-Clark, himself born with cerebral palsy.
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