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1. Injunction: Kennedy, Bell v Boyle, St Bede's College

23 March 2015 5:33pm | New Zealand High Court

KENNEDY AND ANOR v BOYLE AND ANOR [2015] NZHC 530 [23 March 2015] IN THE HIGH COURT OF NEW ZEALAND CHRISTCHURCH REGISTRY CIV 2015-409-000145 .. More >>

2. Teachers flock to Innovation Fund

26 March 2015 3:53pm | NZEI

The high number of applications for the government's new $10m Teacher-led Innovation Fund shows the enthusiasm for developing and sharing innovative ideas following a long drought of professional development funding... More >>

3. Theme for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2015: 'Ngā Mātua'

18 September 2014 12:53pm | Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori

Ko te Kaupapa mō Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2015 ko 'Ngā Mātua' .. More >>

4. Kiwi philanthropist awards full scholarship to Cambridge

26 March 2015 10:57am | Universities New Zealand - Te Pokai Tara

A scholarship funded by businessman Sir Douglas Myers for a future New Zealand leader to study at Cambridge University has been awarded to exceptional 18 year-old Ethan Sorrell from Waterview, Auckland... More >>

5. Robertson scholarships awarded to outstanding future leaders

25 March 2015 11:08am | Universities New Zealand - Te Pokai Tara

Two young New Zealanders have been awarded prestigious Robertson scholarships to study at a top-ranked American university in recognition of their outstanding leadership potential. The scholarship will cover their study and living costs over four years, ..... More >>

6. Funds for education success go to educationally successful

24 March 2015 5:15pm | Quality Public Education Coalition - QPEC

QPEC wants to know why the extra resources provided by the government's flagship teacher policy are overwhelmingly being captured by the schools that cater for the wealthiest suburbs of our richest city... More >>

7. Carpentry students help to manage environmental sustainably

25 March 2015 10:07pm | Bay of Plenty Polytechnic

Carpentry students from Bay of Plenty Polytechnic have set up a mock site, to showcase managing building sites in a more environmentally sustainable way, as part of an initiative set up by the Tauranga City Council... More >>

8. Which are the Best Schools in Auckland?

29 July 2006 5:15pm | Metromedia

Auckland Grammar failed the cut, but Mt Roskill Grammar outshone wealthier rivals in Metro magazine's investigation to find the top 25 high schools in Auckland... More >>

9. MIT appoints two new Council members

26 March 2015 5:02pm | Manakau Institute of Technology

Manukau Institute of Technology appoints two new Council members MIT today announced the appointment of two new Council members, Jill Tattersall and Kira Schaffler. Tattersall and Schaffler replace outgoing Council members, Dr Ken Larsen and Mr Howard Small, ..... More >>

10. N4L partners with NZQA

24 March 2015 4:08pm | N4L Network For Learning

Today N4L (Network for Learning) is pleased to announce a new partnership with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) that involves the two organisations working together to enable teachers to manage their moderation requirements within Pond, ..... More >>

11. Student to use scholarship to help community archives

25 March 2015 12:35pm | Open Polytechnic

Elizabeth Charlton, who completed her Diploma in Records and Information Management with the Open Polytechnic last year, has been awarded the Ian McLean Wards Scholarship and says she hopes to use the opportunity to make a lasting impact in the community ..... More >>

12. Niue students graduate with the Open Polytechnic

25 March 2015 12:37pm | Open Polytechnic

Seventeen students in Niue recently graduated with the Open Polytechnic Certificate in Teacher Aiding (Level 4), at an evening fia fia held to celebrate their achievement with government dignitaries and the New Zealand High Commissioner to the country... More >>

13. Pioneering digital education lab for Wellington region

26 March 2015 5:03pm | Unitec

Award winning digital and creative education lab, The Mind Lab by Unitec, was officially opened in Wellington by Hon Steven Joyce this morning, Thursday 26 March and was announced as a finalist in the New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards last night as one of the ..... More >>

14. Secondary school art gets showcase opportunity

26 March 2015 11:28am | Paterson Burn Optometrists

Secondary school art from Waikato / Coromandel and Newmarket in Auckland are being exhibited in readiness for auction and judging. .. More >>

15. Super-diverse Auckland in global study

26 November 2014 12:36pm | Massey University

Auckland's super-diversity will be under the research spotlight as part of a comparative global study by a top German research institute. Auckland will join three other super-diverse cities (Singapore, Johannesberg and New York) in the study following the signing ..... More >>

16. First Vintage From New Grape Varieties

25 March 2015 12:24pm | NMIT

New grape varieties planted on Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT)'s Marlborough campus vineyard are looking promising, with some ready for their first vintage this year... More >>

17. Impacts of lowering the drinking age

27 March 2013 1:55pm | University of Waikato

New research has found that lowering the legal purchase age for alcohol from 20 to 18 in December 1999 hasn't led, on average, to increased alcohol consumption, binge drinking, smoking or alcohol related road accidents among 15 to 19 year olds relative ..... More >>

18. N4L reaches 500,000 school users on Managed Network

25 March 2015 1:41pm | Network for Learning

More than half a million students and teachers across New Zealand are now using N4L's Managed Network to support their learning, with schools continuing to connect to the government-funded service well ahead of schedule... More >>

19. Children's Health Camps Takes a Stand for Children

18 April 2013 3:15pm | Stand Children's Services

One of New Zealand's longest running social services, Te Puna Whaiora Children's Health Camps, is changing its name in a bid to shine a light on the issues faced by vulnerable children in New Zealand... More >>

20. More Far North schools to roll out digital classrooms

16 December 2014 11:46am | Rotary Club of Kerikeri

A $130,000 Rotary grant has enabled a Far North education trust to expand a revolutionary internet-based teaching system across the region. Paihia School, Kawakawa School and Northland College will join a group of low-decile schools leading the introduction ..... More >>

21. University of Canterbury academic audit report

24 March 2015 10:09am | Academic Quality Agency for NZ Universities

The Academic Quality Agency for New Zealand Universities is today releasing the report of its most recent academic audit of the University of Canterbury. This audit is the fourth of the Cycle 5 academic audits of New Zealand universities to be conducted ..... More >>

22. Universities of Waikato, California to deepen ties

24 March 2015 2:48pm | University of Waikato

The chair of UC Regents, the board that governs the University of California, is to sign an agreement with the University of Waikato to widen collaboration between the two... More >>

23. N4L finalists for two Hi-Tech Awards

26 March 2015 9:41am | N4L Network For Learning

N4L (Network for Learning) has been named a finalist for two categories in the New Zealand's Hi-Tech Awards. .. More >>

24. Somali Refugees Struggling To Integrate in NZ

22 March 2013 2:14pm | University of Canterbury

Somali Refugees Struggling To Integrate in NZ Because Of Civil War Trauma, UC Researcher Says March 22, 2013 Many Somali refugees who suffered major trauma during their country's civil war and subsequent refugee flight have struggled to integrate into New Zealand ..... More >>

25. Lincoln University Selwyn Campus Master Plan

18 June 2013 4:35pm | Lincoln University

Lincoln University has today (18 June) made public the building development plan for the Selwyn campus for the next 25 years.  .. More >>

26. NMIT partners with Chinese Universities in Wine Education

27 June 2014 3:29pm | NMIT

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) is partnering with two Chinese universities to deliver joint education programmes in viticulture and wine. .. More >>

27. Evolve Education Group - $132m IPO underwritten

14 November 2014 3:22pm | Evolve Education

The prospectus for an initial public offering (IPO) of fully-paid ordinary shares (Shares) in Evolve Education Group Limited (Evolve Education) has been registered today with the Registrar of Financial Service Providers... More >>

28. Waikato secondary schools art competition includes Auckland

02 February 2015 1:26pm | Paterson Burn Optometrists

A secondary school art competition which has previously been held in the Waikato / Coromandel is to be expanded this year to include the area around Newmarket in Auckland... More >>

29. Youth mentoring expert to talk at University of Auckland

18 March 2015 12:52pm | University of Auckland

An academic leader in youth mentoring and classroom equality and fairness will deliver two lectures in New Zealand this month. Professor Toni Zimmerman is a distinguished teaching scholar at Colorado State University. Committed to reducing disparity, Professor ..... More >>

30. Wide-ranging and effective contributions by students

24 March 2015 1:54pm | University of Canterbury

A four-year academic audit report has commended the University of Canterbury on wide-ranging and effective contributions made by students to the university's planning, reviews, academic activity and services... More >>

31. Primary schools compete for regional kapahaka

15 June 2001 5:29pm | Manakau City

Manukau City Council and Toi o Manukau are pleased to support next week's Auckland Region Primary Schools Kapahaka Competition... More >>

32. Kowhai celebrates new admin. block and library

12 March 2004 2:25pm | Waitakere City

Friday, 12 March 2004 - The intermediate school that helped shape hip-hop group Nesian Mystic and Waitakere Mayor Bob Harvey today celebrates in style the opening of its new $1.3 million administration and library building with kapa haka performances, ..... More >>

33. Sun Access The Secret When Pruning Avocados

28 December 2004 10:20am | Lincoln University

By Dr Mike Mickelbart - Plant Sciences Group, Lincoln University Enjoying those avocados with your summer salads, hors d'oeuvres and other seasonal fare? They're enjoying them in other parts of the world too, with the New Zealand industry exporting ..... More >>

34. Stellar Trust: How to Spot a P User

30 November 2009 1:14pm | Stellar Trust

Family, friends and colleagues concerned about the possibility of someone they love or know using or being addicted to P can now readily find some useful guidance to spotting the symptoms of use. The Stellar Trust, a charitable trust with a vision ..... More >>

35. Chilton Saint James School appoints new Principal

13 April 2011 2:10pm | Chilton Saint James School

Lower Hutt independent girls' school, Chilton Saint James School has appointed current Associate Principal, Mrs Jude Fawcett, as its new Principal effective from 12 April. Mrs Fawcett replaces Dr Jillian de Araugo who is returning to Australia ..... More >>

36. ITC Gets Global

28 June 2011 2:56pm | International Travel College

Students at the International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC) celebrated their annual Global Wednesday festival with a huge variety of food, costumes and entertainment. .. More >>

37. Cryptic crosswords could lead to clinical coding career

21 January 2012 12:27pm | Waikato District Health Board

Waikato DHB team leader Clinical Coding and ACE co-tutor Nicky Williams with Rajesh Darole, a past student of the ACE course now working as a clinical coder at Waikato Hospital. .. More >>

38. Risk Factors Of Diabetes, Obesity And High Blood Pressure

13 March 2013 10:06am | University of Canterbury

UC To Investigate Risk Factors Of Diabetes, Obesity And High Blood Pressure March 13, 2013 The University of Canterbury (UC) is this year looking to investigate the risk factors of diabetes, obesity and high blood pressure to understand the relationship ..... More >>

39. Education and support transforms the lives of NZ teenage mum

14 April 2013 11:20am | University of Canterbury

New Zealand has the second highest rate of teenage births among developed countries, after the US, and a University of Canterbury researcher has found young parents need access to respectful, one-stop, wrap-around support services. .. More >>

40. Exploring the impact of poverty on children's learning

24 April 2013 12:42pm | Victoria University of Wellington

Some schools have developed new initiatives to reduce the impact of child poverty on learning, and Victoria University is bringing together experts to discuss these innovative approaches... More >>

41. Lincoln University to strengthen farm outputs

17 May 2013 2:18pm | Lincoln University

Lincoln University has today announced the formation of a new Farms Committee to oversee the development of the 3,900ha of farmland owned and operated by the University. .. More >>

42. A Job For Every Graduate

11 September 2013 5:11pm | NZ Union of Students' Associations

On the eve of the launch of the latest Tertiary Education Strategy that proposes punishing tertiary institutions for the employment outcomes of their graduates, it's time for the government to step up and take responsibility for delivering the jobs... More >>

43. Vanguard Military School

17 September 2013 12:30pm | Advance Training Centres

Vanguard Military School is very proud to be established as one of the Government's new Partnership Schools and will open in February 2014 in Albany, Auckland. It is a senior secondary school that will cater for Year 11 and 12 students in its foundation ..... More >>

44. Problems with quality control in the early childhood sector

10 October 2013 9:01am | ChildForum

A child at an early childhood centre was left in a swing to go to sleep and ended up with rope burn and bruising to the forehead. .. More >>

45. Chromebooks Connect Kura

07 April 2014 1:46pm | Te Wananga o Raukawa

Ōtaki will take a giant leap towards becoming a world leader in digital education today and no one is more excited than the kids of Te Kura a Iwi o Whakatupuranga Rua Mano... More >>

46. Judgment: Lucan Battison v St John's College

27 June 2014 12:44pm | New Zealand High Court

Lucan Battison sought judicial review of decisions suspending him from St John's College, Hastings and the conditions imposed by the Board of Trustees on his return to the college. The decisions of the principal and Board of Trustees stemmed from ..... More >>

47. Te Awamutu kindy first for New Zealand

07 July 2014 10:03am | Birch Media

The award-winning architect behind a new Te Awamutu childcare development says the energy efficient kindergarten will be the first of its kind in New Zealand. .. More >>

48. Canterbury research into Auckland eruption clean up

13 July 2014 10:11am | University of Canterbury

A University of Canterbury geological sciences postgraduate has won a competition about communicating his thesis investigating the clean-up work required after an Auckland volcanic eruption... More >>

49. Unanswered Questions about Charter Schools

11 September 2014 1:12pm | Quality Public Education Coalition - QPEC

QPEC Chairperson, Bill Courtney, participated in two interviews broadcast on Radio New Zealand on Wednesday 10 September 2014 on the subject of the first five charter, or Partnership, schools... More >>

50. Victoria University and MetService join forces

16 September 2014 12:09pm | Victoria University of Wellington

Victoria University of Wellington will offer the country's first Master's degree in meteorology, in partnership with New Zealand's official weather forecaster MetService. The course, which will start in 2016, will be taught by Dr James McGregor and Associate ..... More >>

51. NPM Research to Optimise Māori Economic Performance

12 November 2014 4:54pm | Nga Pae o te Maramatanga

One of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga's (NPM) key research priorities is 'Optimising Māori Economic Performance', and NPM is pleased to announce four new research projects to address this research priority. Each project is focused on delivering ..... More >>

52. Victoria University to Represent NZ at International Moot

02 December 2014 4:48pm | NZ Red Cross

Two Victoria University law students will represent New Zealand at the 13th Red Cross Asia-Pacific International Humanitarian Law (IHL) Moot competition in Hong Kong next year after winning the New Zealand competition... More >>

53. Victoria University of Wellington academic audit report

15 December 2014 12:21pm | Academic Quality Agency for NZ Universities

The Academic Quality Agency for New Zealand Universities is today releasing the report of its most recent academic audit of Victoria University of Wellington. This audit is the third of the Cycle 5 academic audits of New Zealand universities to be conducted ..... More >>

54. Topcare Success in Opening Early Childhood Learning Centre

22 December 2014 11:54am | Topcare

Topcare, the Early Childhood Learning specialist, has opened a new centre providing pre-school care and education for children age two - five years of age at state of the art premises in Portage Road, Papatoetoe, South Auckland... More >>

55. Driving New Zealand's future success north

16 February 2015 10:43am | Massey University

How does New Zealand want to succeed in the next 50 years, and who will be driving that success? .. More >>

56. Explicit new sex education programme for high schools coming

19 February 2015 11:36am | Youth Wellbeing

Australian sexologist touring NZ this month to introduce RELATIONSHIP IQ programme to Kiwi schools and community groups .. More >>

57. Half of NZ schools failing special education students

06 March 2015 8:58am | IHC

IHC New Zealand has welcomed the Education Review Office's report Inclusive practices for students with special needs in schools that clearly shows the system is failing many disabled children... More >>

58. Students have say on sex education messages

06 March 2015 11:37am | University of Auckland

Sex education research evaluated by a group of young people was aimed at giving them a voice in the best ways to get key messages to them and their peers. .. More >>

59. UC students raise near $6000 going Two Weeks Without

18 March 2015 11:46am | University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury students have gone Two Weeks Without walking, seeing their reflections, cutlery, beds, hot water, meat, sleep-ins, makeup, moaning, double layers and sugar - raising a grand total of $5733 for Christchurch charities... More >>

60. Students stand up for democratic universities

19 March 2015 10:38am | NZUSA

Today the national student union NZUSA will be joining with the Tertiary Education Union to launch the two organisations' campaign to maintain elected staff and student representatives on New Zealand's eight university councils... More >>

61. Diploma of Applied Animation now available in Rotorua

20 March 2015 5:20pm | Animation College

Join us for one of our Whanau Days and find out first-hand what it's like to study with us and discover the creative skills which could change your life. .. More >>

62. Microsoft NZ kicks off 'Week of Code'

23 March 2015 4:03pm | Microsoft New Zealand

Microsoft NZ and High Tech Youth Network kick off 'Week of Code' to encourage young Kiwis to learn computing skills .. More >>

63. Teachers Rewarded For Excellence

02 June 2000 5:17pm | Unknown

Twenty New Zealand teachers received Australian Scholarships Group (ASG) National Excellence in Teaching Awards today at a ceremony in Wellington... More >>

64. Maori words borrowed into New Zealand English

29 June 2000 3:06pm | Victoria University of Wellington

The Maori language continues to exert an influence on New Zealand English, according to research by Professor Graeme Kennedy of Victoria University's School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies.Professor Kennedy analysed more than two million words ..... More >>

65. NZEI Supports Extra Education Funding

16 May 2003 10:12am | NZEI

Wellington - The country's largest education union, NZEI Te Riu, welcomes the government's extra funding for early childhood education, literacy teaching in primary schools, and for information and communications technology (ICT) for all schools... More >>

66. Turangi Teacher Honoured

22 September 2003 8:44am | NZEI

Turangi deputy principal, Janeve Green, a deputy principal from Turangi has today been honoured for he contribution to education... More >>

67. Rhodes Scholars Selected

05 December 2003 1:11pm | Vice-Chancellors Committee

The three latest Rhodes Scholars from New Zealand were selected last night following a series of interviews involving 13 candidates at Government House in Wellington... More >>

68. New 'best practice' benchmark for charities

31 March 2004 3:55pm | Yellow Ribbon

Yellow Ribbon (The Youth Suicide Awareness Trust) announced today a new initiative for 2004, the Yellow Ribbon Quality Procedure and Training Manual. The Manual creates a new best practice benchmark for charities, A sector that will soon need to meet ..... More >>

69. Tana Umaga for Prime Minister?

18 June 2004 11:39am | Books in Homes

When 11 year old Jessica Pokotoki wrote a story about how she believed her hero, NZ All Black Tana Umaga, should be New Zealand's Prime Minister, she would have never guessed that a year later she would be actually meeting her idol!.. More >>

70. Respected educator appointed to NZQA

09 June 2005 3:37pm | New Zealand Qualifications Authority

The Chief Executive and Chief Review Officer of the Education Review Office, Karen Sewell, has been appointed Acting Chief Executive of the Qualifications Authority... More >>

71. Sonja Davies An Early Childhood Education Pioneer

13 June 2005 3:38pm | NZEI

Media Release June 13, 2005 From NZEI Te Riu Roa For Immediate Use Ms05/17.. More >>

72. Open Polytechnic Doesn't Impress

17 November 2005 1:48pm | Association of Staff in Tertiary Education

Open Polytechnic Academic staff have overwhelmingly voted in favour of supporting their bargaining team with industrial action should their employer's offer of 1.5% remain at that level... More >>

73. Wnanga CEO got Fair Deal

22 December 2005 3:24pm | Tuia Union

The Tuia Union, which represents over 700 staff at Te Wnanga o Aotearoa, is shocked by statements made by the Association of Staff in Tertiary Education (ASTE) last week... More >>

74. Avondale College's website initiative is great

13 February 2006 1:55pm | Maxim Institute

"Avondale College's initiative to provide a website where parents can access information on their child's academic performance, attendance and behaviour will help improve accountability between schools and parents", says Maxim Institute Policy Manager, ..... More >>

75. Young generation caring for itself

28 April 2006 5:08pm | Wellington Institute of Technology

Two young WelTec graduates are helping teenagers solve their alcohol and drug problems. They are part of a new, younger, generation of counsellors working with serious youth problems on a daily basis; and loving it... More >>

76. Last two places taken for final of AON Maadi Cup

28 March 2007 3:23pm | Rowing New Zealand

St Bede's College and Wanganui Collegiate School made to the final of New Zealand Rowing's most famous trophy - the AON Maadi Cup -today with accomplished rows in rough conditions at Lake Karapiro... More >>

77. Fostering Love of Books Key to Literate Society

02 July 2007 11:30am | Duffy Books in Homes

A successful literacy programme which has been breaking the cycle of 'booklessness' among low-decile primary school children is now turning its sights to kindergarten children as well... More >>

78. New school for Churton Park in Wellington

05 July 2007 2:47pm | New Zealand Government

A new primary school is proposed for the Wellington suburb of Churton Park, says Education Minister Steve Maharey. "The Labour-led government has prioritised funding to build a new full primary school (Year 1 - 8) on a new site in Churton Park... More >>

79. Law Students Opposed To New Law Faculty At AUT

14 February 2008 5:47pm | New Zealand Law Students Association

The New Zealand Law Students' Association's (NZLSA) has publicly voiced its opposition to a proposal by Auckland University of Technology (AUT) to establish a new law school at its Auckland faculty. The proposal is backed by the AUT council and is currently ..... More >>

80. Auckland's tertiary students begin year w discount

27 February 2008 11:59am | Auckland Regional Transport Authority

As tertiary students get ready to return to campus they can now look forward to even cheaper bus and train fares. Auckland Regional Transport Authority (ARTA) Chief Executive, Fergus Gammie says: "From 3 February, full-time tertiary students receive 40% off ..... More >>

81. Mum will travel 258 km a week to meet school bus

12 March 2008 1:35pm | Matawai School

One rural mum will have to travel 258 km a week so her children can meet the school bus, East Coast MP Anne Tolley heard earlier this week... More >>

82. Samoan youth adapt well despite discrimination

10 June 2008 1:06pm | Victoria University of Wellington

A Victoria University study of 250 Samoan youth has found that first generation Samoan youth report greater life satisfaction and better school adjustment than their Māori and Pakeha peers-despite experiencing more discrimination... More >>

83. AUT wins national title for third time

24 July 2008 5:00pm | AUT University

AUT Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) will represent New Zealand in Singapore this October after scooping the 2008 SIFE New Zealand National Competition championship title... More >>

84. Programme For Gifted Pre-Schoolers Goes Nationwide

05 September 2008 12:24am | Gifted Education Centre

A programme designed for gifted pre-schoolers which has already met with success in Auckland is set to be rolled out to other locations by The Gifted Education Centre, after it recently received a funding boost from the Sovereign Sunshine programme... More >>

85. UCOL apprenticeship students scoop medal haul

22 September 2008 4:01pm | Universal College Of Learning

A team of engineering apprenticeship students from UCOL have punched above their weight and come away with an impressive medal tally from a nationwide competition... More >>

86. Guidelines For Dealing With Disruptive Students

01 October 2008 9:31am | NZEI

A set of guidelines for education workers dealing with disruptive students has been launched at the Annual Meeting of the education sector union, NZEI Te Riu Roa... More >>

87. Māngere families graduate from Computers in Homes

21 November 2008 4:11pm | Computers In Homes

However 100,000 Kiwi families with school-aged children are still waiting for access to ICT for their education... .. More >>

88. Whitireia Student Wins Top Journalism Award

04 December 2008 2:19pm | Whitireia Polytech

WHITIREIA's Jenny Meyer has won the Statistics NZ best journalism student award for 2008. .. More >>

89. Honorary doctorate for educationalist Turoa Royal

16 March 2009 9:59am | Massey University

Turoa Royal was told throughout his early education that to become a "learned gentleman" he needed to study and speak other languages. .. More >>

90. Professor Gluckman appointed Chief Science Advisor

20 May 2009 1:29pm | University of Auckland

Professor Peter Gluckman has been appointed by John Key as the first Prime Minister's Chief Science Advisor. .. More >>

91. Kudos For Three Postgraduate Students

09 July 2009 1:45pm | William Georgetti Scholarships

Three of the six prestigious William Georgetti Scholarships for postgraduate study awarded for 2009 have gone to University of Auckland graduates. .. More >>

92. Lincoln University Architecture Honoured

23 October 2009 10:20am | Lincoln University

The Lincoln University School of Landscape Architecture has yet another cause for celebration - its new building has won a Public Architecture award in the Canterbury Architecture Awards... More >>

93. New Fitness Trails for Ashhurst And Woodville Scho

25 November 2009 2:37pm | Meridian Energy

The Ashhurst and Woodville schools were two major recipients in the latest round of allocations from the Meridian Te Apiti Community Fund, both receiving $8,000 for new fitness trails... More >>

94. Waikato University to let fingers do the walking

06 January 2010 5:17pm | University of Waikato

The University of Waikato has become the first New Zealand university to put everything you need to know at your fingertips - thanks to a new web network that can be accessed through a mobile phone... More >>

95. Weltec, University of Auckland On Addictions

18 February 2010 12:35pm | Wellington institute of Technology

A shared goal to provide more options for students has sparked a new partnership between the University of Auckland and Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec). .. More >>

96. Te Wānanga o Aotearoa to celebrate 25 years

23 April 2010 5:15pm | Te Wananga o Aotearoa

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa (TWoA) will on Tuesday, April 27, celebrate the 25th anniversary of the opening of Otāwhao Marae - a marae construction project that inspired and led to the creation of the nationwide tertiary education provider... More >>

97. New Zealand's First Tertiary High School Official

17 May 2010 12:03pm | Manukau Institute of Technology

New Zealand's first Tertiary High School, the School of Secondary-Tertiary Studies, is to be officially opened on Friday, 21 May 2010, by the Hon Anne Tolley, Minister of Education and the Hon Steven Joyce, Minister for Tertiary Education... More >>

98. Dyslexia and Learning Disability Conference

29 September 2010 1:15pm | Speld

Tickets are available now for the SPELD NZ dyslexia and specific learning disability conference 2010 being held at the Langham Hotel, Auckland from 8 to 10 October. The theme of this year's conference is developing successful Strategies in Schools ..... More >>

99. Distance learning about to become more distant

11 October 2010 12:32pm | Tertiary Education Union

A funding shortfall at the Open Polytechnic of New Zealand could mean student-staff ratios skyrocket as one in five academics lose their jobs. .. More >>

100. $1 million gift to young musicians

31 March 2011 12:30pm | University of Canterbury

The University of Canterbury's School of Music recently held a celebratory concert to mark the signing of an agreement that will see Professor Barrie Pettman and Mrs Maureen Pettman increasing the support that they provide for the Pettman Junior Academy ..... More >>

 

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