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1. 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 >>

2. Industry Training Act Passes But Opportunities Lost

16 April 2014 11:54am | Industry Training Federation

At the end of the Government initiated Industry Training Review, Parliament today passed the Industry Training and Apprenticeship Amendment Act, which updated the previous Industry Training Act. The Industry Training Federation Chief Executive ..... More >>

3. Northland College: huge improvements in NCEA achievement

16 April 2014 5:25pm | Youth Horizons Trust

The last day of term 1 is worth celebrating for Northland College as success in NCEA levels one and two increased in 2013. On Thursday April 17, the Police sound stage truck will entertain and help students celebrate their success during their lunch ..... More >>

4. Martin Thrupp: Apathy will deliver damaged schools

24 March 2010 11:42am | Martin Thrupp

In recent weeks both the NZEI and Education Minister Anne Tolley have been touring the country trying to shore up support for their respective positions on the introduction of National Standards. These charm offensives both warrant close attention, but for ..... More >>

5. Youth leader to represent New Zealand in India

06 September 2013 10:59am | CommonWealth New Zealand

Commonwealth Youth New Zealand Deputy Director, Aaron Hape, has been chosen to represent New Zealand at the 6th Commonwealth Youth Parliament in India. The annual conference will be held on 20 - 26 October in the Andhra Pradesh Legislature, Hyderabad... More >>

6. Media Design School partners with PlayStation® in a NZ first

16 April 2014 3:38pm | Media Design School

Media Design School has partnered with Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) to become the only tertiary institute in New Zealand where students can develop for PlayStation platforms... More >>

7. Tertiary education leader takes senior position at Waiariki

17 April 2014 1:23pm | Waiariki Institute Of Technology

Waiariki Institute of Technology is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Jefferies as Director of Partnerships and Planning. Richard is an accomplished senior tertiary education leader, having been Provost (Deputy Chief Executive) at Te Whare ..... More >>

8. Māori Funds Welcomed; But Caution Needed

17 April 2014 1:26pm | Nga Pae o te Maramatanga

The government's announcement to invest up to $2.5 million a year over the next two years in Māori-led science and innovation has been cautiously welcomed by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (NPM), the country's only Māori Centre of Research Excellence... More >>

9. Inquiry Into Allegations Relating To Kathie Irwin

02 April 2002 4:43pm | State Services Commission

The State Services Commissioner, Michael Wintringham, announced today the appointment of Hon Sir Rodney Gallen to undertake, on his behalf, the inquiry into allegations relating to the chair of the New Zealand Teachers Council, Ms Kathie Irwin... More >>

10. 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 >>

11. 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 >>

12. All-Rounder Wins Prestigious Girdlers' Scholarship

11 March 2010 1:18pm | Vice-Chancellors Committee

Maria English is looking forward to being challenged by the wide range of views she will encounter when studying for a degree in Politics, Psychology and Sociology (PPS) at Cambridge University later this year... More >>

13. Programme to inspire teenagers takes top EEO Trust award

26 August 2011 1:45pm | EEO Trust

A programme that gives secondary-school students hands-on experience of health careers to encourage them into the sector has taken the top prize in the EEO Trust Work & Life Awards 2011... More >>

14. University of Canterbury begins demolition of two buildings

19 October 2011 4:26pm | University of Canterbury

The University of Canterbury advises that Image Construction will begin the demolition of the Mushroom and Siemon buildings on its Ilam campus on 25 October. A small number of buildings at the University have been closed due to earthquake damage, including ..... More >>

15. Lincoln University appoints Dr Andrew West Vice-Chancellor

06 March 2012 11:30am | Lincoln University

Lincoln University Chancellor, Tom Lambie, today announced the appointment of Dr Andrew West - former Chief Executive of AgResearch Ltd and current Adjunct Professor of AgriBusiness at the University of Waikato - as the new Vice-Chancellor of New ..... More >>

16. Otago University to Hold First ANZAC Remembrance

18 April 2012 3:39pm | Otago University Students Association

Otago University to Hold First ANZAC Remembrance This Anzac Day the OUSA along with the Otago University will be holding a special ANZAC remembrance, the first of its kind on the campus. "It is going to be very special and unlike any other around ..... More >>

17. VUWSA to commemorate ANZAC Day

25 April 2012 11:02am | VUWSA

Victoria University of Wellington Students' Association (VUWSA) President Bridie Hood would like to announce that VUWSA has accepted an invitation by the Wellington City Council and Wellington Returned Services Association to lay a wreath to commemorate ..... More >>

18. Karitane Rejuvenating Mothercraft

12 March 2013 3:28pm | Karitane

Karitane is set to start rejuvenating its team of trained, post-natal carers for the first time in decades as it takes applications for a new NZQA approved mothercraft course... More >>

19. 7 NZ universities featured in QS World University rankings

08 May 2013 9:44am | THE-QS World University Rankings

London 8th May: The 2013 QS World University Rankings by Subject, published today on TopUniversities.com, reveals the top 200 universities in the world for 30 disciplines including degree subjects such as mathematics, economics, civil engineering, psychology, ..... More >>

20. NZ independent school group, ACG, looks to open in Tauranga

15 August 2013 1:58pm | Academic Colleges Group

Academic Colleges Group (ACG) recently purchased 14ha of land on the corner of Keenan Road and Pyes Pa Road (SH 36) in Tauranga. ACG is developing plans for resource consent approval of a new family-focused and values-driven independent school that will offer ..... More >>

21. 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 >>

22. University of Auckland to offer free online courses

03 October 2013 5:25pm | University of Auckland

The University of Auckland, New Zealand's leading tertiary institution is to offer free online courses open to students around the world. In the initiative announced this week, the University will partner with FutureLearn, a UK-based consortium founded ..... More >>

23. NZ university students score in financial literacy quiz

23 January 2014 10:19am | University of Canterbury

A survey of New Zealand university students has found they scored almost 20 percent better in a financial literacy quiz than their English counterparts. .. More >>

24. MIT/Hawkins Construction celebrate Manukau Campus Roof Shout

28 January 2014 11:31am | Manukau Institute of Technology

Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT), Auckland Transport (AT) and Hawkins Construction are celebrating a major milestone in the construction of MIT's flagship Manukau Campus and AT's Transport Interchange. .. More >>

25. Sponsors Needed to Invite Men into Early Childhood Education

10 March 2014 10:43am | Early Childhood Network

Sponsors Needed to Help Fund Grants to Invite Men into the Traditionally Women's Profession of ECE Teaching .. More >>

26. Outstanding all-rounder heading to Cambridge University

27 March 2014 12:54pm | Universities New Zealand - Te Pokai Tara

Shem Harris, a first-year University of Auckland student determined to have a positive impact on society, will study at Cambridge University after being awarded the prestigious Sir Douglas Myers Scholarship 2014... More >>

27. Phone charge booster idea wins UC entre business competition

03 April 2014 2:01pm | University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury honours engineering student Jordie Simmonds has won a competition that encourages UC students to share their business ideas. The annual Napkin challenge, which is part of UC's innovative entre programme run by students to educate students ..... More >>

28. Kiwi kids bring Anzac history to life In Minecraft

10 April 2014 4:36pm | Media Design School

Auckland War Memorial Museum has teamed up with Media Design School and their 'Pick & Shovel' community to recreate ANZAC history in Minecraft®. .. More >>

29. New financial education toolbox rolled out to schools

11 April 2014 8:58am | Financial Literacy and Retirement Income

Teachers across New Zealand will now have access to a brand new suite of tools and resources to help them teach financial literacy in the classroom. The FCP toolkit (Financial Capability Progressions toolkit) has been launched to all schools after ..... More >>

30. akeover for New Zealand's eLearning Guidelines

16 April 2014 10:41am | Ako Aotearoa

Makeover for New Zealand's eLearning Guidelines offers better support for tertiary online teaching and learning .. More >>

31. Novopay a clear winner in this year's Roger Awards

16 April 2014 3:27pm | NZEI Te Riu Roa

Talent2, the company that bought us Novopay, is a deserving winner of the People's Choice Award in the 2013 Roger Awards for the Worst Transnational Corporation Operating in Aotearoa/New Zealand... More >>

32. HBHS First XV to Japan for international rugby tournament

16 April 2014 4:57pm | Lodge Real Estate

The 2014 Hamilton Boys High School (HBHS) First XV rugby team will this week come face to face with 16 of the world's best secondary school rugby teams in Japan's Sanix World Rugby Youth Invitational Tournament. .. More >>

33. Scholarships secured for Whanganui youth

16 April 2014 5:16pm | Universal College Of Learning

At a ceremony on campus with staff and whānau, 31 Rangatahi (youth) were awarded Youth Guarantee scholarship certificates for fee free study at Whanganui UCOL. .. More >>

34. Swept Away by the Sea

17 April 2014 3:54pm | New Zealand Defence Force

Blair Milligan, 18, is one of the newest graduates from the Royal New Zealand Navy, celebrating the completion of the naval Basic Common Training Course (BCT) today in front of his proud family... More >>

35. Statistics New Zealand Maori Scholars Announced

27 February 2001 4:15pm | Statistics New Zealand

Statistics New Zealand is delighted to announce Jamie Pou and Waimatua Morris as the recipients of the 2001 Te Tari Tatau Scholarship. The annual scholarship which is for tertiary study, preferably in mathematics or statistics, is open to all Mäori ..... More >>

36. Hamilton Student Cake Turns To Hash Cookies

06 March 2002 1:19pm | Young Labour

Today Green Party MP Nandor Tanzcos promised students the Green Party would end the student loan scheme and reinstate the Emergency Unemployment Benefit... More >>

37. New Zealand Teachers Awarded For Excellence

12 June 2002 9:06am | Unknown

Twenty teachers from around the country gathered in Parliament's Grand Hall today to receive their awards for excellence in teaching and hear that from next year they will be joined by their colleagues in the early childhood sector... More >>

38. Mori Boarding Schools Make Difference for Maori!

13 June 2003 12:05am | Paerangi Limited

"It's official," says Atawhai Tibble, CE of Paerangi Limited. " The 2002 NCEA results confirm that the Mori boarding schools make a significant educational difference for Mori kids. And we even show up the posh schools!".. More >>

39. Rewarded For Work With AUT Business Students

12 December 2003 9:41am | Auckland University of Technology

An accountancy firm and a New Zealand Army representative took out the top awards at the AUT business faculty Co-op awards ceremony held recently. The annual AUT Business Co-op Education Dinner is held to recognise businesses and organisations that have ..... More >>

40. Qualified teacher numbers receive a boost

14 April 2004 8:22am | New Zealand Tertiary College

The graduation of more than 100 early childhood teachers this month from New Zealand Tertiary College will help address a shortage of qualified staff in the sector which threatens to force some centres to close next year... More >>

41. Learning For The Real World - Howard Fancy

23 December 2005 11:41am | Ministry of Education

This year Tararua College students have had some great success with their Big Bikkie project... More >>

42. imagiNATION Photography Competition For students

03 May 2006 9:30am | Hewlett-Packard NZ

AUCKLAND, 2 May, 2006 - HP New Zealand is taking a look at how secondary school students see New Zealand, with the launch of its imagiNATION Photography Competition, from May 2... More >>

43. Kindergarten Teachers Achieve Pay Parity

30 June 2006 5:01pm | NZEI

Kindergarten teachers achieve pay parity with teachers in primary and secondary schools tomorrow... More >>

44. Girdlers' Scholar For 2007

07 May 2007 12:08am | Vice Chancellors' Committee

Former Kerikeri High School Dux and Head Boy David Middlemiss has been selected as the Girdlers' Scholar for 2007, a prestigious award regarded as the undergraduate equivalent of the Rhodes Scholarship which will see him attend Cambridge University... More >>

45. Te Kotahitanga is no silver bullet

15 October 2007 9:23am | PPTA

The much publicised Te Kotahitanga project espouses high ideals but flaws in the data and in the project's underlying assumptions need to be resolved for it to have lasting value, according to a PPTA-commissioned report... More >>

46. 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 >>

47. Girdlers' Scholar for 2008

05 March 2008 5:16pm | Vice-Chancellors Committee

Former Columba College deputy head girl Emma Hutton, currently studying first-year music at the University of Otago, has been selected as the Girdlers' Scholar for 2008, a prestigious award regarded as the undergraduate equivalent of the Rhodes ..... More >>

48. Barefooters eye world champs

09 April 2008 4:12pm | Massey University

A trio of Massey University students have secured top places in the national Barefoot Waterski Champs and a place in the development squad for the world champs in February next year... More >>

49. Resourcing Key To Success Of Ka Hikitia Strategy

15 May 2008 4:05pm | NZEI

The education sector union NZEI Te Riu Roa is looking forward to seeing better outcomes for Maori students through Ka Hikitia - Managing for Success, but has concerns over how it will be resourced... More >>

50. Sir Robert Jones bestows annual philosophy awards

02 September 2008 1:59pm | University of Auckland

Sir Robert Jones bestowed his eponymous Philosophy Awards with all the humour and style that have come to characterise the colourful businessman and benefactor... More >>

51. Opinion Piece: Smaller Classes

09 January 2009 3:23pm | NZEI

It would be foolhardy to dismiss the importance of smaller classes on the future of our education system, argues primary school principal Ian Leckie. .. More >>

52. Parents Can Claim 1/3'rd back on School Fees

10 February 2009 9:53am | Family First

Family First is reminding and possibly informing parents that when they complete their IRD Tax Returns for the financial year ended 31 March 2009, they are entitled to claim back 1/3'rd of their school fees. .. More >>

53. NZ's strong performance at Chemistry Olympiad

29 July 2009 2:45pm | University Of Cambridge

A team of teenagers from New Zealand achieved great results in the 41st International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) this year. All four entrants were awarded medals with Joel Lawson of Auckland coming top, winning silver. Team-mates Hsiao-Chen Jan from Christchurch, ..... More >>

54. Playcentre Song Launch

12 May 2010 4:21pm | New Zealand Playcentre Federation

A Playcentre song written by 2010 NZ Radio Awards Best Jingle winner and former 'Mockers' songwriter Gareth Curtis will be launched at the 2010 National Playcentre Conference at the end of May - fittingly New Zealand music month. Held each year the conference ..... More >>

55. An Equity Equation

21 February 2011 9:22am | BEST Pacific Education

Address at the Coalition For Pasifika Languages in Education, Public Meeting at Nga Tapuwae Community Centre, Mangere 16th February 2011 .. More >>

56. Whitireia celebrates success

22 March 2011 12:45pm | Whitireia

March will see over 470 students graduating from Whitireia New Zealand. On Thursday 24 March a graduation ceremony will take place at Te Rauparaha Arena in Porirua. The ceremony at 1pm will see degree, diploma and postgraduate students from the Faculty ..... More >>

57. Massey Vet Students Are Barely There...Again

24 May 2011 5:08pm | Massey University

Massey University's third year veterinary students have revealed all in a calendar to raise funds for their half-way celebration and chosen charity - SPCA Canterbury. .. More >>

58. Distinguished Professors Recognised

13 December 2011 12:46pm | University of Auckland

Thirteen professors at The University of Auckland have been appointed to the rank of Distinguished Professor. The title recognises professors who have achieved international eminence of the highest order in their fields of research and study... More >>

59. New Zealand reaches quarters at World Debating Champs

25 January 2012 9:13pm | NZ Schools Debating Council

For immediate release Unbeaten New Zealand reaches quarters at World Debating Champs The Russell McVeagh New Zealand Schools' Debating Team has reached the quarter-finals of the 2012 World Schools' Debating Championships being held in Cape Town, South ..... More >>

60. New Zealand School for Social Entrepreneurs Opens

21 March 2012 10:27am | School for Social Entrepreneurs

The New Zealand School for Social Entrepreneurs is officially launched in South Auckland today. (Wednesday March 21) .. More >>

61. Govt hypocrisy protects small classes at private schools

30 May 2012 10:31am | Quality Public Education Coalition - QPEC

QPEC remains implacably opposed to any increase in class sizes at public schools despite yesterday's backdown when schools were given the "good news" they wouldn't lose more than two teachers... More >>

62. Microsoft Office 365 for Education Launches in New Zealand

28 June 2012 1:01pm | Microsoft New Zealand

Microsoft New Zealand has announced the availability of Office 365 for Education, allowing students and educators to take advantage of cloud-based communications and collaboration tools at no cost... More >>

63. Love & learning: Big debates in early childhood education

17 July 2012 2:27pm | Victoria University of Wellington

As the number of infants and toddlers entering early childhood education continues to grow, a Victoria University researcher has been investigating what the role of the teachers of very young children should be... More >>

64. Rugby Scholarship Paths The Way For Future Stars

16 August 2012 3:57pm | Auckland University

A rugby scholarship offered at The University of Auckland is helping to path the way for talented secondary school rugby players. .. More >>

65. Computer Power Plus Students Graduating Friday, In Auckland City

19 September 2012 3:08pm | Computer Power Plus

On Friday 21 September, at 7pm, a graduation ceremony for Computer Power Plus students will take place at Rendezvous Grand Hotel in Auckland City. The ceremony will see 125 students graduating with qualifications in Information Technology in the following ..... More >>

66. New master's degree unique in New Zealand

30 January 2013 12:46pm | Otago Polytech

New master's degree unique in New Zealand Innovative work-based learning programmes to be launched in Auckland In a first for New Zealand, Otago Polytechnic is launching two innovative, high-level qualifications designed specifically to be undertaken ..... More >>

67. Year starts off ultra-fast for Ngahinapouri students

11 February 2013 12:36pm | Lightwire

The 166 primary school children at Ngahinapouri School, just west of Hamilton, will start out the school year at lightning fast speed. .. More >>

68. St Stephens School Old Boys Seek Possible Reopening

12 February 2013 9:31am | St Stephens Old Boys

Talk of a once proud boarding school reopening could be the proverbial Phoenix of Maori education. .. More >>

69. Go the School Blacks!

05 March 2013 5:08pm | 3P Learning

The World Education Games kicks off today on World Literacy Day , Tuesday 5 March. Official numbers released from the Games administration have confirmed that there are approximately 5 million registrations from 220 countries. There are 152,234 kiwi ..... More >>

70. Thumbs up for new nail technology programme

15 March 2013 12:21pm | UCOL

UCOL Wairarapa has got the thumbs up to offer one of only a handful of full time nail technician programmes in the country. .. More >>

71. Inviting Men into Early Childhood Education

25 March 2013 10:11am | 'Men in Early Childhood Network

It will not be rare to see men in early childhood teaching and childcare roles if a new initiative by NZ's national early childhood network, ChildForum, sparks mens' interest... More >>

72. Budding economist receives Myers Scholarship

05 April 2013 11:29am | University of Auckland

A budding New Zealand economist and current B Com/ LLB student at The University of Auckland heads for Cambridge University after being awarded the Sir Douglas Myers Scholarship 2013. .. More >>

73. Wānanga Takes Graduands' Success To The Streets

15 April 2013 11:51am | Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi

Hundreds of supporters, whānau and friends will join Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi: indigenous-university on Friday, April 19, to celebrate the graduation of more than 2000 tertiary students... More >>

74. OUSA Anzac Day service

22 April 2013 3:59pm | Otago University Students' Association

For the second year running the Otago University Students' Association is proud to be working with the University of Otago and the Otago University Medical Company to host the ANZAC service on campus this ANZAC day... More >>

75. 3D printing the next industrial revolution

29 April 2013 2:38pm | Massey University

3D printing technology is the next industrial revolution - and it's a technology wave that New Zealand needs to be riding, says Professor of Mechatronics Olaf Diegel. .. More >>

76. St Margaret's College to open major facilities in Chch

07 May 2013 3:20pm | St Margaret's College

Three significant facilities for Christchurch have been completed at St Margaret's College. The first church, first auditorium and first gymnasium to be built in Christchurch following the devastating earthquakes will be officially opened on Monday 13 May ..... More >>

77. Research Reveals Hawke's Bay Success Against Family Violence

04 June 2013 2:53pm | Eastern Institute of Technology

EIT research has found DOVE's services are effective in reducing the problem of family violence in Hawke's Bay. Eastern Police District records have shown call-out rates for family violence are above the national average... More >>

78. Maori Name for EIT

02 July 2013 2:38pm | Eastern Institute of Technology

Te Aho a Māui is to sit alongside EIT- Eastern Institute of Technology as the formal Māori name for the East Coast's leading tertiary education institution. .. More >>

79. NZ Impress at Microsoft Imagine Cup World Finals

12 July 2013 10:49am | Joint Press Release

University of Auckland students compete in the World Citizenship category at the world's most prestigious student technology competition, with their Windows Phone App to track UV exposure.. More >>

80. Toys part of the fun at Highwic these holidays

15 July 2013 2:34pm | Historic Places Trust

Bored school children will be able to enjoy doing something a little different at Highwic these school holidays. Master toymaker Richard Lees, of Tinderbox, will lead a Toy Making holiday progamme on July 24 in which children will be able to learn ..... More >>

81. Documents show Ministry concern about National Standards

16 July 2013 9:35am | NZEI Te Riu Roa

NZEI Te Riu Roa says it is not surprised at revelations that the Ministry of Education has ongoing concerns about the effect of National Standards on New Zealand children's education... More >>

82. Musician, festival director joins CPIT

26 July 2013 10:57am | CPIT

Liam Ryan joined CPIT's Department of Creative Industries as the new Performing Arts Manager this week. He will lead the Jazz School and National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art (NASDA) degree programmes, CPIT is delighted to announce today... More >>

83. New Partnership Schools Association Marks 'New Era'

17 September 2013 12:13pm | Partnership Schools

The desire to speak with a unified voice is the motivation for a new association launched today by schools chosen to lead the Government's partnership school scheme in 2014... More >>

84. Solar Energy Expands Rapidly In Wellington Schools

17 September 2013 4:47pm | Wellington City Office of the Mayor

Solar panels will be installed in 16 Wellington schools over the next three years under a joint venture between Wellington City Council and Genesis Energy. .. More >>

85. Mother and Daughter Graduate Together At CPIT Graduation

19 September 2013 11:57am | CPIT

Almost 250 people will graduate in person at CPIT's Spring Graduation Ceremony on Friday and each has their own unique story of hard work and success. .. More >>

86. MIT Students Learn from the Warriors

19 September 2013 4:53pm | Manukau Institute of Technology

Students studying the new Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science degree at Manukau Institute of Technology are benefitting from a relationship the institute has with the Warriors... More >>

87. Auckland duo New Zealand's new junior Masterchefs

23 September 2013 4:55pm | Manakau Institute of Technology

Five teams from around the country have competed in a 90 minute `Masterchef-like final` to win the first National Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge at Manukau Institute of Technology's School of Culinary and Hospitality today... More >>

88. 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 >>

89. Waikato-based teacher earns kudos

27 September 2013 12:11pm | The Kudos Awards

Paeroa College's Tina Youngman was the winner of the Wintec Secondary Science Teacher/Educator/ Communicator Award at The KuDos Awards evening last night. Tina's successful contribution to increasing the numbers of students who study science at Paeroa College has earned ..... More >>

90. OUSA Shuttles Take Flight

02 October 2013 10:25am | OUSA

The Otago University Students' Association has announced it will be trialling a twelve dollar student airport shuttle service for the end of year examination period between 11th of October and 11th of November... More >>

91. Te Kura Reo O Ngati Kahungunu - 6-10 October 2013

03 October 2013 2:48pm | Ngati Kahungunu Iwi Inc

With less than a week to go, te reo Māori advocates are gearing up for the first Ngāti Kahungunu Kura Reo, which starts on Sunday 6 October and runs through to Thursday 10 October. This inaugural Kura Reo will be held at Te Ūranga Waka (Faculty of Māori ..... More >>

92. Free Money Management Course

09 October 2013 3:51pm | Christians Against Poverty

With only 12 more weeks until Christmas and the holiday period, Life South Church in Mangere is offering its free CAP Money Course to help local residents gain more financial freedom as it is never too late to start budgeting and managing your money ..... More >>

93. New Te Wānanga o Aotearoa CEO Jim Mather welcomed

21 October 2013 2:28pm | Te Wananga o Aotearoa

New Te Wānanga o Aotearoa chief executive Jim Mather will focus on getting fully up to speed with the business and the key priorities for the nationwide tertiary education provider in his first weeks in the job... More >>

94. TOPEC sentenced for Paritutu rock deaths

23 October 2013 3:30pm | Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment

Taranaki Outdoor Pursuit and Education Centre Trust (TOPEC) has been ordered to pay reparations totalling $269,500 on three charges after the deaths of two students and an instructor during a rock traverse on Paritutu Rock in New Plymouth on 30 January ..... More >>

95. Auckland celebrates $17.8 million success in Marsden Fund

29 October 2013 4:39pm | University of Auckland

The University of Auckland is celebrating the success of thirty five of its researchers and research groups, who have won $17.8 million in the prestigious Marsden Fund round, amounting to thirty per cent of the total awarded this year. .. More >>

96. The Mind Lab

04 November 2013 5:26pm | The Mind Lab

In September this year The Mind Lab opened its high-tech Auckland facility to children from four years of age, with a commitment to providing young students the ability to better understand the world around them. The Mind Lab's commitment goes beyond ..... More >>

97. University of Auckland academics take top science prizes

12 November 2013 4:13pm | University of Auckland

Four University of Auckland academics have won three of the 2013 Prime Minister's Science Prizes including the main science prize, and those for science media communications and the McDiarmid emerging scientist... More >>

98. MBA Graduation Makes History for Waikato-Tainui College

14 November 2013 10:24am | Waikato-Tainui

An historical milestone will be achieved for the Waikato-Tainui College for Research and Development when its first cohort of students graduates later this month, with their Masters of Business Administration from the University of Waikato... More >>

99. (RAINS) Final Report: National Standards and the Damage Done

28 November 2013 3:10pm | Waikato University

This is the final report of the Research Analysis and Insight into National Standards (RAINS) project, a three-year study of the enactment of the National Standards policy in six diverse primary and intermediate schools. .. More >>

100. 2nd annual Wallace exhibit Schools competition

06 December 2013 5:36pm | The James Wallace Arts Trust

The James Wallace Arts Trust and exhibbit are proud to announce the winners of the second Wallace exhibbit Secondary Schools Art Awards chosen by Sir James Wallace. .. More >>

 

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