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Former All Black Rico Gear (left) and broadcaster Bailey Mackey are with some of the lucky Kaiti School Year 7 recipients of the chromebooks, Wiremu Ropiha, Connor Paenga, Adelaide Walker-Komene and Te Aroha Whaling-Smith. Gear and Mackey are now with Pango Productions. Picture by Liam Clayton
Kaiti School old boy and broadcaster Bailey Mackey with former All Black Rico Gear, both now with Pango Productions, are back in their hometown to visit Kaiti School to see the progress with 20 chromebooks the television production company gifted to the Year 7 students. The company is making an ongoing commitment to supply Year 7 students with computers each year. They are with some of the lucky recipients of the chromebooks, Wiremu Ropiha, Connor Paenga, Adelaide Walker-Komene and Te Aroha Whaanga-Smith. "It’s important that Kaiti kids stay connected so they can be at the same level as other children around the world,” said Mr Mackey. "Technology opens up the world to them and engages them.” 

Gisborne Herald 26 May 2018