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  •   Home > News > Politics

    The Government says it is not just the elderly ... who will benefit from a new digital inclusion plan

    The Government says it is not just the elderly ... who will benefit from a new digital inclusion plan


    The Minister for Government Digital Services has launched the Digital Blueprint Inclusion Plan in Christchurch today.

    Megan Woods says it will help more people access the internet as services move online.

    Woods says age is only one of the targeted areas. ,

    She says it also includes whether you live in a town, city or in the country, and your socio-economic status.

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