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1. Harvard fellowship for Lincoln lecturers

03 August 2015 2:35pm | Lincoln University

A Lincoln husband-and-wife team have just returned from a nine-month research sabbatical at Harvard University in the United States. .. More >>

2. Shortland Street stars inspired by their teachers

03 August 2015 4:08pm | University of Auckland

Two Shortland Street stars say they were inspired by their teachers on their journey to become actors. Actors Matthew Chamberlain, who plays Murray Cooper, and Sam Bunkall, who plays Boyd Rolleston on the popular show, have shared their stories with the ..... More >>

3. Unitec Hub redesigned for future

31 July 2015 11:18am | UNITEC

The first major step in Unitec's 10-year, $200m campus redevelopment is set to begin. .. More >>

4. Call for Health Units in Schools

02 August 2015 10:50am | Tim Tipene

West Auckland Youth Worker and founder of Warrior Kids Tim Tipene says Kumar tragedy was preventable and calls for Health Units in Schools to avoid it happening again. .. More >>

5. 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 >>

6. Evaluating Auckland's amalgamation

31 July 2015 7:36am | Massey University

Massey University recently hosted a seminar for researchers of the unitary local government model implemented in Auckland in 2010. The aim was to review the governance reform after its fifth year in existence and evaluate its success... More >>

7. 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 >>

8. Free pregnancy workshops

31 July 2015 9:30am | Waikato University

Pregnancy is a time of change-physical, social, financial, psychological. These changes can be exciting and joyful, but also challenging and stressful. This time of transition can also be an opportunity for both parents to look at their values, ..... More >>

9. University of Waikato to host DEANZ 2016 conference

31 July 2015 10:43am | Waikato University

Hobbit ears, twilight tours and a trip to the Green Dragon Inn are in the mix for the April 17-20 DEANZ 2016 Conference (see http://conference.deanz.org.nz/ ) at the University of Waikato. The Faculty of Education won the bid for the DEANZ biennial ..... More >>

10. 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 >>

11. EIT Student Wins Viticulture Award

23 June 2015 1:45pm | Eastern Institute of Technology

Constellation Brands scholarship winner Jascha Oldham-Selak is upholding a long family tradition in pursuing a passion for wine. .. More >>

12. Hekia statement about charter school funding misleads

30 July 2015 10:17am | Save Our Schools NZ

The taxpayer will pay a total of $839,400 in the second half of 2015 for the troubled Wairua charter school that would not have been payable if the Minister had closed the school at the end of the second term... More >>

13. Students issue warning over polytech mergers

30 July 2015 2:18pm | NZUSA

The national student union has issued a warning over mergers being pursued by four regional polytechnics. .. More >>

14. Awanuiarangi agrees to pay settlement to TEC

01 October 2014 2:46pm | Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi (Awanuiarangi) has agreed to pay $5.9m settlement with the Tertiary Education Commission concerning funding overpayments for the Hei Manaaki - Māori Tourism Certificate. Awanuiārangi has been in discussions with ..... More >>

15. New Principal Appointed at Wairoa College

21 April 2015 12:57pm | Wairoa College

The Wairoa College Board of Trustees is proud to announce the appointment of Dr Chris Allen to the position of Principal. .. More >>

16. QS World University Rankings by Subject 2015

29 April 2015 9:22am | QS World University Rankings

The fifth edition of the QS World University Rankings by Subject published today on TopUniversities.com, features a record-breaking 36 disciplines making it the largest ever ranking of its kind... More >>

17. Students issue warning over polytech mergers

30 July 2015 2:27pm | NZUSA

The national student union has issued a warning over mergers being pursued by four regional polytechnics. .. More >>

18. Unconventional take on watercolour awarded hefty prize

31 July 2015 9:36am | Auckland University

An installation with an unconventional take on watercolour has won an Elam School of Fine Arts student a hefty $10,000 prize. Kathryn Tulloch, from Mt Eden, was awarded the Henrietta and Lola Anne Tunbridge Scholarship last night, at a packed ceremony ..... More >>

19. 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 >>

20. Introducing www.mediascape.ac.nz

16 February 2006 11:23am | Dr Ruth Zanker

Mediascape is a very special digital public space designed for all New Zealanders. Today you see the first stage of a much larger vision for this digital public space....in turn, designed to become part of a larger vision for a 'NZ on Line', the intranet ..... More >>

21. Step Change: Success The Only Option

16 February 2010 2:05pm | New Zealand Government

Hon Heather Roy, Hekia Parata MP, Te Ururoa Flavell MP joint speech to launch the report of the Inter-Party Working Group on School Choice; Parliament; Tuesday, February 16 2010... More >>

22. New "Mindfulness" Classes At Rangi Ruru Girls' School

30 July 2015 9:56am | Rangi Ruru Girls' School

"Impressive" and "positive". Two words Bridgitte Newberry uses to describe the new classes her daughter has experienced over the last two years. .. More >>

23. Rugby needs to be taken seriously as shaping NZ's society

02 June 2013 10:12am | University of Canterbury

Rugby is just as much a religion in New Zealand today as it was 30 years ago, a University of Canterbury (UC) sociology expert says. .. More >>

24. World renowned mathematician at MIT for barista training

31 January 2014 12:47pm | Manukau Institute of Technology

Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) was the destination of choice for decorated academic Professor Sir Vaughan Jones, who is keen to add the perfect latte to his skill set... More >>

25. Investigation at Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki

11 November 2014 1:19pm | Tertiary Education Commission

The Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) have completed an investigation into practices at the Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki (WITT) including the delivery of the National Certificate ..... More >>

26. Primary job shortages not mirrored in secondary

29 July 2015 2:07pm | PPTA

A survey from March 2015 shows that secondary schools are finding it difficult to recruit teachers for many positions. .. More >>

27. Canterbury leads the way with innovative University Council

29 July 2015 5:07pm | University of Canterbury

The University of Canterbury Council will lead the way in reducing the size of its governing body - from 20 members to 12, following the gazetting of a new constitution. The change will take effect on 1 August. .. More >>

28. New Zealand's greatest engineering feat

16 November 2006 11:27am | University of Auckland

New Zealand's greatest engineering feat has been voted the Manapouri Power Station in Fiordland. Close behind are 1995 America's Cup winning yacht Black Magic NZL32 and Auckland's Grafton Bridge, which take second and third place respectively... More >>

29. Schooling system inquiry irrelevant - PPTA

20 February 2008 11:03am | PPTA

A select committee inquiry into New Zealand's schooling system has produced results that are almost "cosmically irrelevant", PPTA president Robin Duff says... More >>

30. 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 >>

31. Queenstown Resort College a hotbed of diversity

27 August 2010 11:06am | Queenstown Resort

Leading education institution Queenstown Resort College is proving a hotbed of international diversity with a full intake of students from 13 countries. .. More >>

32. Success celebrated in the capital

15 February 2012 1:24pm | Wellington Institute of Technology

Deidre Utupo, one of more than 50 recipients of scholarships presented at the Wellington Institute of Technology today was thrilled with her award. Deidre is studying towards a Bachelor of Creative Technologies, with a digital media major, and will commence ..... More >>

33. Iwi Authority supports call for Cultural Competency

09 July 2012 11:15am | Nga Kura A Iwi O Aotearoa

Dr Toby Curtis recently appointed Chairman of the Iwi Education Authority for Nga Kura-a-Iwi o Aotearoa (Tribal Immersion Schools) has come out strongly in support of Associate Minister of Education Pita Sharples' call for teachers to develop ..... More >>

34. Reversing the decline in speakers of te reo Māori

26 July 2012 1:31pm | Victoria University of Wellington

Understanding what helps people become active users of the Māori language could hold the key to reversing the decline in speaker numbers, says a Victoria University researcher... More >>

35. 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 >>

36. My ECE to Help Parents Make Informed Early Education Choices

26 September 2013 12:25pm | My ECE

New Zealand's parents will be better informed about early childhood education with the launch of the My ECE website (www.myece.org.nz) today... More >>

37. New Mā te Reo 2014 Funding Round to Open in July

03 June 2014 1:22pm | Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori

Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori announces a new Mā te Reo funding round will open on 21 July 2014. Mā te Reo is a community based funding programme established in 2001 to support projects, programmes and activites that contribute to local level ..... More >>

38. First free online courses from the University of Auckland

06 June 2014 1:22pm | University of Auckland

6th June 2014: Two new free online courses from the University of Auckland are open for registration now, the first since the university partnered with FutureLearn to create massive open online courses (MOOCs). To register, please visit www.futurelearn.com.. More >>

39. New law internship is one of a kind

31 July 2014 12:10pm | University of Waikato

Law students at the University of Waikato will have the chance to work on real cases as part of a new law internship programme - the first of its kind in New Zealand - established between the University's Te Piringa - Faculty of Law, and the ..... More >>

40. First-in-Family Scholarships to open the door for university

22 September 2014 2:57pm | AUT University

The Woolf Fisher Trust and the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) have combined to establish the Woolf Fisher First-in-Family AUT Scholarships to support and encourage young people from families with no history of successful university education to ..... More >>

41. Wai-Research launched

28 October 2014 11:38am | Te Whanau O Waipareira Trust

Waipareira has launched its own research unit - 18 years after the idea was first floated. Waipareira Chief Executive Officer John Tamihere said the intelligence and information gathered by Wai-Research will validate the work Waipareira does in the ..... More >>

42. 'Sustainable educational solutions' for Christchurch schools

06 March 2015 12:28pm | CORE Education

CORE Education is supporting and leading the design of the New Zealand portion of a global collaboration called New Pedagogies for Deep Learning , a three year initiative that aims to enhance learning within schools, by mobilising partnerships, innovation ..... More >>

43. Unitec to deliver foundation education for Police recruits

17 April 2015 3:48pm | UNITEC

Unitec Institute of Technology is privileged to have been selected to deliver New Zealand Police's distance learning for new Police recruits across the country. .. More >>

44. Research into safety in the NZ sex industry

21 April 2015 2:02pm | University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury researchers have found that that street sex workers face less violence and theft in Christchurch than in Auckland. .. More >>

45. Universities and schools realising advantages of cell phones

30 April 2015 9:32am | University of Canterbury

Universities and schools are realising the advantages of cell phones as an integral part of learning, a University of Canterbury PhD education student says. .. More >>

46. New Zealand teachers to plunge into Shanghai

11 May 2015 12:01pm | Asia New Zealand Foundation

From Kiwi start-ups in China to global giants like Disney Corporation ¬- the Asia New Zealand Foundation's Shanghai forum will give teachers a taste of the scale and significance of China's economy... More >>

47. Rocket Lab - UC collaborating to educate aerospace engineers

15 May 2015 9:41am | University of Canterbury

Auckland-based Rocket Lab and the University of Canterbury are collaborating to help educate New Zealanders in the specialist field of aerospace engineering. .. More >>

48. Te Kohanga Reo National Trust Annouce New CEO

05 June 2015 5:07pm | Te Kohanga Reo National Trust Board

Te Kohanga Reo National Trust Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs Kararaina Cribb as the new Chief Executive Officer. Kararaina is married and together with her husband John, they have a blended family of six children and many mokopuna. ..... More >>

49. Waikato-Tainui Launches Education Plan

01 July 2015 4:00pm | Waikato Tainui Group

Waikato-Tainui Launches Education Plan Waikato-Tainui has launched an education plan that it hopes will see all members connected with their marae, 80 percent fluent in te reo Maaori, and all members aged 15-plus with an education qualification by ..... More >>

50. Free Arapū (Māori alphabet) App launched Thursday 2 July

02 July 2015 8:11am | Kapohia Limited

In anticipation of Māori Language Week, and just in time for school holidays, Kapohia Ltd has released an app, " Arapū ". .. More >>

51. Open Polytechnic launches online learning platform

02 July 2015 11:13am | Open Polytechnic

Open Polytechnic's new digital platform, iQualify, will deliver world-class online learning for its students and open up new education and training opportunities for other organisations... More >>

52. Early Childhood sector takes stock and looks to the future

16 July 2015 2:38pm | NZEI

Hundreds of teachers will meet in Auckland this evening to discuss the future of early childhood education in New Zealand. .. More >>

53. Playcentre making Te Reo Māori part of everyday life

22 July 2015 10:12am | Wellington Playcentre Association

Playcentres across the Wellington region are challenging themselves to create an environment rich in the use of te reo Māori as part of everyday life. Whānau tupu ngātahi - families learning together - is the Playcentre kaupapa, and that means ..... More >>

54. Spotlight on charter schools welcome - NZEI

23 July 2015 5:36pm | NZEI

A Member's Bill that would require charter schools to follow the same national curricula as state schools has been welcomed by NZEI Te Riu Roa. .. More >>

55. Hauora - well-being from an early childhood perspective

26 July 2015 10:57am | Cyrus Taraporvala

This short reflection is an attempt to unpack the essence of hauora, or well-being, from an early childhood perspective. .. More >>

56. Fast Forward focuses on urban China

30 July 2015 12:38pm | University of Auckland

An upcoming series of lectures presented by the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Auckland focuses on the unprecedented social and economic development occurring in urban China. .. More >>

57. Funding boost for Huntington's disease research

03 August 2015 5:04pm | University of Auckland

Funding boost for Huntington's disease research Media Release - University of Auckland - 03 August 2015 .. More >>

58. Hui To Listen To Voices Of Young And Old

31 October 2000 5:44pm | Mediacom press release distribution

Hearing the voices of tamariki (children), rangatahi (young people) and kaumatua (elders) will be a key part of Hui Whakawhanaungatanga, which is being held at Christchurch's Lincoln University from tomorrow through to Sunday. Hui Whakawhanaungatanga is looking ..... More >>

59. 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 >>

60. School of the Year Awards - Ceremony Photos

19 June 2003 8:53am | Goodman Fielder

Sue McLachlan (Principal) and Susana Tang (10 year old student) from Mountain View Primary School in Mangere, Auckland receive the overall 2002 Goodman Fielder School of the Year Award from Minister of Education the Hon. Trevor Mallard and Goodman ..... More >>

61. 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 >>

62. Devt Trust helps school anti-drug programme

09 March 2004 5:29pm | WestCoast Development Trust

A $20,000 grant from The West Coast Development Trust will ensure a full-time D.A.R.E (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) West Coast Co-ordinator can be employed full time during the school year... More >>

63. Fale a New Zealand first

31 March 2004 11:18am | UNITEC

The completion of the only Samoan fale tele in New Zealand to be built using traditional techniques and materials has been a Pacific-wide effort... More >>

64. Maori And Indigenous Education (Iri) Statement

28 July 2004 8:54am | International Research Institute

International Research Institute For Maori And Indigenous Education (Iri) And Te Aratiatia (Maori Education, The University Of Auckland... More >>

65. Acting principal appointed to school

13 August 2004 2:46pm | New Zealand Government

Education Minister Trevor Mallard said an acting principal, former Hamilton Boys High School principal Jim Bennett, has been appointed to Cambridge High School... More >>

66. Victoria launches psychology clinic

13 September 2004 9:42am | Victoria University of Wellington

Postgraduate psychology students, researchers and the wider Wellington community will all benefit from Victoria University's new Psychology Clinic... More >>

67. Lange's Vision For Early Education Recognised

15 August 2005 2:41pm | NZEI

The country's largest education, NZEI Te Riu Roa, mourns the loss of former Prime Minister, David Lange and acknowledges, in particular, the work he did in early childhood education... More >>

68. Economist Rates Otago Mba Amongst World's Top 100

26 September 2005 3:48pm | University of Otago

The University of Otago School of Business has been officially recognised as the leading provider of MBAs in New Zealand... More >>

69. Te Wananga o Aotearoa - Restructuring Consultation

12 April 2006 9:29am | Te Wananga O Aotearoa

Te Wananga o Aotearoa this week began a further consultation round with staff about its restructuring process... More >>

70. Whitireia names Don Campbell as its new CEO

31 May 2006 2:32pm | Whitireia Polytech

Whitireia Community Polytechnic has appointed Don Campbell, Chief Executive of Tai Poutini Polytechnic, in Greymouth, as its new Chief Executive... More >>

71. Three top Famine scholars win trip to Vanuatu

07 July 2006 1:07pm | World Vision New Zealand

Three New Zealand high school students, last night at an Awards Dinner in Wellington, won Sanitarium-funded travelling scholarships to visit Vanuatu with World Vision, after an intensive week in the capital this week... More >>

72. New historians showcase research

21 August 2006 11:04am | Victoria University of Wellington

The development and impact of New Zealand's liquor laws will be among the topics presented at a conference showcasing the work of postgraduate history students... More >>

73. NZEI Launches Guidelines On Physical Contact

26 September 2006 2:01pm | NZEI

NZEI Te Riu Roa is today (Tuesday September 26) launching new guidelines on physical contact with students, to assist its members who work as teachers and support staff in schools and early childhood education centres... More >>

74. Hamilton School Principal Re-Elected

27 September 2006 5:06pm | NZEI

Hamilton primary school principal, Irene Cooper, has been re-elected National President of the country's largest education union, NZEI Te Riu Roa. She was re elected on the final day of the union's Annual Meeting in Wellington which was attended by ..... More >>

75. Montessori better, Science journal reports

05 October 2006 1:59pm | Montessori Assn of NZ

Montessori educated children have better social and academic skills than children who attend traditional schools, a United States study has revealed. The study was reported in the September 29 issue of Science... More >>

76. Student Story: Veronica Hale

22 February 2007 11:21am | Wellington Institute of Technology

Veronica Hale chose WelTec's Bachelor of Design (Interior) because it is New Zealand's longest running interior design course. Now that she has completed her degree and joined the workforce she has also found out that many employers view it as the one ..... More >>

77. Family triumph in AUT hospitality & tourism awards

03 April 2007 9:54am | Auckland University of Technology

Food is a family affair for AUT hospitality students Jean and Danny Wan. Father and daughter are joint winners of the prestigious City & Guilds International Diploma in Culinary Arts Trophy for AUT's Most Outstanding Student for 2006... More >>

78. 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 >>

79. Whitireia names Arthur Graves as CEO

21 April 2008 12:21am | Whitireia Polytech

Whitireia Community Polytechnic has appointed Arthur Graves, Principal of Greymouth High School, as its new Chief Operating Officer... More >>

80. Invercargill band causes offense at SIT

29 August 2008 10:05am | Rachael Goldsmith

Invercargill student band "The Livingroom (The)rapists" have scrambled to defend their controversial name after promotional material distributed at the Southern Institute of Technology shocked students and tutors... More >>

81. New Minors in Landscape Architecture Programme

22 September 2008 12:10am | Lincoln University

Lincoln University has confirmed four new Minors for its flagship Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, reflecting increasing levels of specialisation within the profession... More >>

82. MS sufferers feel the benefits of vibration trial

10 October 2008 4:51pm | Massey University

A trial to determine the benefits of vibration therapy for Multiple Sclerosis sufferers is having an immediate impact on participants, one stating that she could feel her feet again, and another saying the treatment left her legs tingling and buzzing like ..... More >>

83. AUS Tertiary Update

27 November 2008 9:44am | Association of University Staff

Right diagnosis, wrong cure The New Zealand Vice-Chancellors' Committee (NZVCC), representing the country's eight universities, has released overnight a "nine-point plan" for government policy in the sector. Underpinning the nine points is an invitation ..... More >>

84. Claude Mccarthy Fellowships 2009 Announced

28 November 2008 4:05pm | Sorensen

A record number of winners of the 2009 Claude McCarthy Fellowship were announced this week by Public Trust and the New Zealand Vice-Chancellors' Committee (NZVCC). This year Fellowship funding totals more than $169,200 for 25 projects. This year's ..... More >>

85. 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 >>

86. Principal Appointed at Opononi Area School

02 April 2009 12:02pm | Opononi Area School

Opononi Area School in the Hokianga has a new principal. Mr Dennis Finn, the Commissioner since September 2008, announced the appointment of Mrs Christine Wood to the position. .. More >>

87. Letterboxes undergo literary treatment

21 May 2009 4:28pm | Waitakere City

Mountains, hidden delights and impressive art were among features of the winning creations in Waitakere Library and Information Services' Letterbox Lineup competition. .. More >>

88. Dark Dreams: Waikato's and the van Leeuwen thesis

13 July 2009 12:27pm | Nexus

In September last year, the University of Waikato did a strange and dangerous thing. What was strange is that it took the unprecedented step of removing graduate student Roel van Leeuwen's published, marked Master of Arts in Philosophy thesis, which ..... More >>

89. Kids Planet Childcare Open Day - Albany

19 January 2010 1:36pm | Kids Planet Childcare

Kids Planet Childcare Centre at 201 Bush Road Albany is delighted to announce its first open day for 2010. .. More >>

90. Success The Only Option For NZ Students

16 February 2010 3:23pm | ACT New Zealand

ACT Deputy Leader and Inter-Party Working Group (IPWG) on School Choice Chair Heather Roy was today pleased to announce the release of the report 'Step Change: Success The Only Option' - the culmination of a year of studying current education practice ..... More >>

91. ITEM REMOVED

28 May 2010 2:43pm | Andrew Prieditis

ITEM REMOVED.. More >>

92. Māori Gestures

30 June 2010 10:11am | University of Canterbury

In an impassioned speech regarding spending on his council credit card Manakau mayor Len Brown made a number of dramatic gestures, including face, chest and nose slapping. Brown's spokesman, David Lewis, suggested that such gestures were a sign of the ..... More >>

93. Predicting the future of strategic management

30 September 2010 11:31am | Victoria University of Wellington

There are no strategic management models or techniques that have stood the test of time, Victoria University research has found. .. More >>

94. NMIT's Best Ever IT Student Snapped Up

20 October 2010 4:12pm | Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology has seen its top IT degree graduate go straight into a job with a successful United States technology company with a team based in Nelson... More >>

95. 'Anamata responding to co-existing problems amongst Maori'

15 December 2010 4:39pm | Anamata

Anamata, an education provider located in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, has just completed another first for Māori health through its workforce development initiative. In 2010 Anamata began teaching its Diploma in Applied Maori Health - Coexisting Disorders, ..... More >>

96. Prof Harlene Hayne announced as Vice-Chancellor of Otago Uni

09 February 2011 11:24am | Otago University Press

Professor Harlene Hayne to lead Otago and becomes first woman Vice-Chancellor of New Zealand's first university Leading Psychology researcher Professor Harlene Hayne, ONZM, has been chosen as the University of Otago's next Vice-Chancellor. Currently ..... More >>

97. 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 >>

98. Playcentre sends out an SOS

02 August 2011 11:50am | Te Akoranga Playcentre Association

We urgently need the media's help to inform all past and present Playcentre members about the recommendation by the government's ECE Taskforce that could see an end to a unique Kiwi institution. .. More >>

99. Wintec House Wins Two Architecture Awards

28 October 2011 11:53am | Wintec

Wintec House has once again shown its class by winning two awards at the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) regional architecture awards. The renovation of Wintec House, designed by Chow:Hill Architects, won the Heritage and Interior Design categories ..... More >>

100. Debate on compulsory te reo Māori welcome

10 November 2011 5:08pm | NZEI

The education sector union NZEI Te Riu Roa says it's good to see the issue of compulsory te reo Māori in schools being put squarely onto the political agenda and out for public debate. .. More >>

 

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