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1. Governor-General announces Rhodes Scholars for 2017

03 November 2016 11:28am | Universities New Zealand - Te Pokai Tara

The Governor-General has announced that the 2017 Rhodes Scholarship has been awarded to three outstanding all-round graduates, to support their post-graduate study at the University of Oxford, and to nurture them as public-spirited leaders for the ..... More >>

2. University of Auckland celebrates Marsden fund success

03 November 2016 1:34pm | University of Auckland

The University of Auckland is celebrating the success of 38 of its researchers and research groups whose projects have won $20.6 million in the Marsden Fund round, representing the best ever result for the University. .. More >>

3. Autismo Girl on seclusion rooms

03 November 2016 4:56pm | Autismo Girl

I'm an Autistic - self advocate in New Zealand. I run my own autistic self advocacy business, going around the country presenting on my experience as an autistic individual as well as sitting on many reference groups and boards/committee's. I also spend ..... More >>

4. Programme for Māori and Pasifika students launches

18 October 2016 2:06pm | TupaToa

A bold new initiative targeted at young Māori and Pasifika students launches in Auckland on Thursday. .. More >>

5. Royal Society's Marsden grants an embarrassment

03 November 2016 3:07pm | New Zealand Taxpayers' Union

Many taxpayers will be raising an eyebrow at today's announcement of the recipients of $65 million of Marsden Fund grants, says the Taxpayers' Union . Their Executive Director, Jordan Williams says:.. More >>

6. Major Marsden funding for Otago researchers

03 November 2016 1:30pm | University of Otago

University of Otago researchers have been awarded more than $13.7M in the latest annual Marsden Fund round to undertake 23 world-class research projects that push the boundaries of knowledge in their fields... More >>

7. Increased number of projects funded in 2016

03 November 2016 2:13pm | The Royal Society of New Zealand

Increased number of projects funded and strong support for early career researchers in 2016 Marsden funding round .. More >>

8. NZ Taxpayers Funding Poor-Quality Research

25 October 2016 9:31am | Kara Kennedy

New Zealander taxpayers should be concerned that publicly-funded universities may be more focused on risk management than high-quality research and education. .. More >>

9. University of Canterbury snares 10% of Marsden Funding

03 November 2016 2:00pm | University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury (UC) researchers have snared almost 10 per cent of the Marsden Fund research grants announced today. .. More >>

10. Marsden funding awarded for Pacific customary land use study

03 November 2016 2:07pm | Massey University

Research into whether financial prosperity in the Pacific can go hand-in-hand with honouring customary land practices is one of seven Massey University projects to share in $3.1 million from the Royal Society's Marsden Fund, announced today... More >>

11. Health presentation at EIT

02 November 2016 3:31pm | Eastern Institute of Technology

November's Spotlight address, the second in a series hosted by the Public Health Association's Hawke's Bay branch and EIT, will focus on healthy eating. .. More >>

12. Educators welcome ban on seclusion rooms

03 November 2016 1:24pm | New Zealand Educational Institute

NZEI Te Riu Roa has welcomed the Minister of Education's proposal to make the use of seclusion in schools illegal. .. More >>

13. 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 >>

14. 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 >>

15. Whitireia ranks among top tertiary education providers in NZ

28 October 2016 11:44am | Whitireia NZ

Whitireia Community Polytechnic has performed strongly across the board in the Tertiary Education Commission's latest education performance report published last week. .. More >>

16. ECE targets could cause harm without quality - NZEI

01 November 2016 2:08pm | NZEI

NZEI Te Riu Roa says the Government's drive to recruit young children to any early childhood service that's available could be doing more harm than good, and is calling for an immediate shift in focus to quality early childhood education... More >>

17. Otago Polytechnic Student Village - let the show begin!

26 October 2016 4:05pm | Otago Polytechnic

The excitement of Otago Polytechnic's new 20+-million-dollar Student Accommodation Village is literally about to be rammed home!.. More >>

18. Open Polytechnic Launches New ECE Diploma

03 November 2016 3:09pm | Open Polytechnic

The launch of the New Zealand Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care (Level 5) by Open Polytechnic, New Zealand's leading provider of distance learning, is aimed at upskilling students who want to pursue a career in the early childhood education ..... More >>

19. A stroll through history: Heroes and rogues of accounting

01 November 2016 12:47pm | University of Waikato

University of Waikato Accounting Professor Grant Samkin insists that "nobody ever wrote a TV show about accountants", because it's "too boring". But he does an excellent job of disproving that staid image of the profession through his own ..... More >>

20. NZTC scholarship enables high school leavers

01 November 2016 1:55pm | New Zealand Tertiary College

New Zealand Tertiary College (NZTC) is offering high school leavers the opportunity to begin studying towards an early childhood education qualification with a limited time scholarship opportunity... More >>

21. Communities of Online Learning are not new to NZ

25 August 2016 4:33pm | New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education

The staff at the New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education (NZCGE) read with interest Minister Parata's recent education proposal regarding online learning opportunities for New Zealand school children. This is not new to the staff at the Centre, nor ..... More >>

22. Industry Training and Apprenticeships on the rise

28 October 2016 1:55pm | Industry Training Federation of New Zealand

More working New Zealanders are gaining skills and qualifications on the job, earning while they learn, says the Industry Training Federation. Our industry training and apprenticeship system is improving steadily, according to recently released Tertiary ..... More >>

23. New CEO Appointed

25 August 2016 12:55pm | Central Kids Kindergartens

Central Kids Kindergartens Trustees are pleased to announce they have appointed Philip Grady as its new Chief Executive Officer | Kaihautū Pūtahi Kura Pūhou. .. More >>

24. IHC says it's time to shut seclusion rooms for good

14 October 2016 3:14pm | IHC

IHC welcomes today's decision to investigate the use of seclusion rooms in schools and for all to be shut down until a finding is determined. .. More >>

25. Waikato University leads MBA human resource programme nation

26 October 2016 2:02pm | University of Waikato

The University of Waikato's Management School has been selected to help ensure AUT, Auckland, Waikato, Victoria, Canterbury and Massey universities are offering high quality human resource management courses in their MBA programmes... More >>

26. Otago Polytechnic leads the way

28 October 2016 10:32am | Otago Polytechnic

Otago Polytechnic is leading the country with the percentage of students who successfully complete their studies. .. More >>

27. The 7 habits of highly effective penguins

01 November 2016 11:17am | Massey University

Researchers from Massey University and the Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony are working together to improve conservation of penguins by uncovering the characteristics of a successful penguin... More >>

28. 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 >>

29. 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 >>

30. Students Oppose Library Closure

15 July 2014 2:54pm | Otago University Medical Students' Association

Elizabeth Berryman, President of the Otago University Medical Students' Association, is today condemning the closure of the only dedicated library and study space for health professional students... More >>

31. New Zealand teachers recognised as global education leaders

05 December 2014 8:56am | Microsoft New Zealand

AUCKLAND: Fifteen pioneering Kiwi teachers who are using technology to transform education in New Zealand have been selected to join a global community of 800 education leaders as part of the Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) Expert Program. Each year, ..... More >>

32. 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 >>

33. WEGC Students To Discourage Peers from Attending Massey

21 March 2016 9:05am | FeminEast

Wellington East Girls' College Students To Discourage Peers from Attending Massey University Over Magazine Cover .. More >>

34. Crowdfunding Now! Kamp Kaitiaki - Wellbeing In The Far North

10 June 2016 12:37am | Crowdfunding Now On PledgeMe

Kamp Kaitiaki is a safe weekend away for youth aged 12-15 to engage in workshops that promote self management, peer support and protection of the environment. The "Kamps" are run in a set of 5, with wellbeing themes and underpinned by Te Ao Maori ..... More >>

35. Queen Margaret College to build new student hostel

23 August 2016 3:11pm | Queen Margaret College

Wellington's leading independent girls' school has announced exciting new plans for students living outside of the capital city. .. More >>

36. Making waves and opening spaces in mathematics

12 October 2016 2:40pm | Massey University

Mathematics education research in New Zealand took a big step forward with the launch of the Centre for Research in Mathematics Education (CeRME) at the Auckland campus. The launch was part of the Making Waves and Opening Spaces symposium... More >>

37. Time-Out

21 October 2016 9:45pm | NZ College of Clinical Psychologists

Last week the Minister of Education Hekia Parata commented on the use of 'seclusion' and 'time out' in schools, labelling it as "absolutely intolerable". The NZ College of Clinical Psychologists is a professional association exclusively for ..... More >>

38. Mobility scooter safety days

01 November 2016 3:01pm | Life Unlimited

The ever increasing number of mobility scooters using Hamilton footpaths has prompted Life Unlimited Stores and the city council to join forces and run four free mobility scooter awareness training days in the city... More >>

39. First Resilience Workshop at Christchurch South Library

02 November 2016 10:23am | Patti Clark

Tomorrow Author Patti Clark will be speaking on the theme of Resilience and her new book This Way Up at Christchurch South Library from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. .. More >>

40. DECA Ideas Challenge

02 November 2016 10:41am | DECA

The DECA Ideas Challenge is a fast-paced experiential learning exercise that dares primary, secondary and university students to find a new, innovative and sustainable use for a common, everyday item in just eight days! .. More >>

41. University Bursaries Top Scholars Announced

26 January 2000 2:50pm | Unknown

Top Scholars in the 1999 University Bursaries examinations were announced today by the Qualifications Authority. Awards are made to top overall candidates, male and female, and the top candidate in each Bursaries subject... More >>

42. 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 >>

43. 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 >>

44. From Bright Sparks To Leading Lights

23 April 2003 12:24am | Auckland University

Aimed at turning first-class ideas into world-class businesses, spark*: The University of Auckland Entrepreneurship Challenge is an innovative programme designed by students. The challenge will be launched on May 8... More >>

45. 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 >>

46. 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 >>

47. Driver Education In School Curriculum

05 April 2004 5:49pm | Automobile Association

In a move described as "the most significant thing to happen in driver education in New Zealand", Porirua College is the first to incorporate driver education into the core curriculum for its students... More >>

48. Inaugural Elman Poole Travelling Fellowship

07 April 2005 12:57am | University of Otago

University of Otago Biochemistry PhD candidate Peter Mace has been awarded the inaugural Elman Poole Travelling Fellowship, worth up to $25,000, for overseas study on proteins connected to sheep fertility... More >>

49. Foundations for Discovery Fact Sheet

12 April 2005 1:28pm | Ministry of Education

Foundations for Discovery Fact Sheet Foundations for Discovery is available on More >>

50. Medical students commend increase in Intern grant

19 May 2005 6:45pm | New Zealand Medical Students' Assn

The New Zealand Medical Students' Association (NZMSA) commends the government budget announcement today, that the Trainee Intern (TI) grant will increase by $10,000. The grant, provided to final year medical students (TIs) will be increased from $16,756 ..... More >>

51. Plastics Centre Awarded $5 Million By Government

10 August 2005 12:23am | Auckland University

The Government has awarded up to $5 million in funding to the Centre for Plastics Innovation and Technology, an initiative of The University of Auckland in collaboration with Plastics New Zealand... More >>

52. State-Integrated schools charge $5000 fees

13 February 2006 9:00am | Quality Public Education Coalition - QPEC

The revelation that many state integrated schools are asking parents to pay as much as $5800 in fees is an appalling abuse of the integration policy which requires urgent government intervention... More >>

53. University Staff mourn death of Maori Queen

16 August 2006 2:25pm | Association of University Staff

E tangi nei te uniana mo ngā kaimahi ki roto i ngā Whare Wānanga, te roopū hoki o Te Kahurangi Whāiti. Kua ngaro atu nei a Te Arikinui Te Atairangi Kahu ki te tirohanga kanohi. E Ata, kua tīwahatia mai koe e tō nui, me pēhea hoki a muri nei te tāea, ..... More >>

54. 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 >>

55. Secondary Students and the School of the Future

14 September 2006 3:22pm | University of Waikato

Learning centres, a curriculum that includes peace studies and education in a microchip were some of the thoughts to emerge at the recent inaugural "Our School of the Future Challenge.".. More >>

56. NZ schools win more than $665,000 of technology

25 September 2006 10:19am | Westfield NZ Ltd

Students all around New Zealand will soon be logging on to shiny new Apple iBook computers and experiencing Canon printers and cameras, following the conclusion of the 2006 Westfield Shop For Your School campaign... More >>

57. Cain Kerehoma is 2006 winner of Haggie Scholarship

26 September 2006 3:41pm | Waikato University

A 23-year-old Waikato University Law School student has won a $5,000 scholarship for his dedication to his academic career and his contributions to the Law School's Māori community... More >>

58. 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 >>

59. Government's Treaty roadshow failing

26 April 2007 11:02am | Dr. Paul Moon.

The millions of dollars spent on the Government's TREATY 2U Treaty of Waitangi roadshow have been largely wasted, says AUT University history professor and Treaty expert, Paul Moon... More >>

60. US$100K Scholarship For NZ Hoop-Shooting Hopeful

13 June 2007 1:54pm | Youthtown

Charlie Piho had no idea he was heading towards a life-changing encounter, when he strode onto Youthtown's Nelson Street basketball court one morning in February this year, for a pre-work, hoop-shooting session... More >>

61. Students Start Digging Their Future

14 September 2007 4:00pm | Tai Poutini Polytechnic

In a unique joint venture with Tai Poutini Polytechnic, Aranui High School students will be able to prepare themselves for a career in the civil construction and mining industries when the country's first ever school-based training course for heavy machine ..... More >>

62. Best Practice Behaviour Management

27 September 2007 1:40pm | PPTA

At the PPTA Conference in 2006, delegates expressed concern over the increasing incidence of challenging behaviour in New Zealand secondary school classrooms. As a consequence, a resolution was passed at the conference: 'That PPTA conduct a literature search ..... More >>

63. Rhodes Scholars Elect For 2008

19 October 2007 3:27pm | Vice Chancellors' Committee

Amanda Gilbertson, Jesse Wall and Julia Matheson have been selected as Rhodes Scholars following a selection meeting at Government House in Wellington last night... More >>

64. Lincoln University Sports Trials Hit Towns

20 October 2008 2:53pm | Lincoln University

Media release, 20 October 2008, Lincoln University, Christchurch: The best and brightest young sporting stars from around the country will once again have a chance to showcase their skills and win a fully paid degree at Lincoln University, when the institution's ..... More >>

65. Students selected for inaugural Sky TV internships

29 October 2008 2:36pm | University of Auckland

Five students from the Department of Film, Television and Media Studies' Sport and Media paper have been selected to become interns at Sky Television. .. More >>

66. Academic migrants in New Zealand universities

02 April 2009 9:15am | Victoria University of Wellington

New Zealand universities have some of the highest rates of foreign academics in the world. This previously unexplored issue is the subject of the inaugural professorial lecture of Victoria University Professor of Anthropology Brigitte Bönisch-Brednich ..... More >>

67. Wintec Wins Three Categories In Tertiary Awards

11 June 2009 11:08am | Wintec

ITP New Zealand, the national association for institutes of technology and polytechnics (ITPs), held its annual education awards last night, to  recognise excellence in the  sector... More >>

68. Over 100 years of night class history is at stake

31 July 2009 1:15pm | Community Learning Association Through Schools

A delegation of three CLASS (Community Learning Association through Schools) representatives will meet with Education Minister Anne Tolley on Wednesday 5th August as part of a concerted campaign to stop government plans to slash 80% of funding to support ..... More >>

69. Best business Paper for Wintec Student

30 October 2009 1:45pm | Wintec

A combined effort between a Wintec student and a tutor saw a business paper take best student paper at the New Zealand Applied Business Educators conference in Rotorua recently. .. More >>

70. Vet students bare all in annual calendar

21 May 2010 3:40pm | Massey veterinary students

Massey University´s third year veterinary students have revealed all in a calendar to raise funds for their half-way trip and chosen charity - Paw Justice. .. More >>

71. New Hunter Fellows announced

29 September 2010 11:06am | Victoria University of Wellington

Victoria University has announced its four latest Hunter Fellows, who will be recognised in a ceremony in Victoria's iconic Hunter Building next month. .. More >>

72. Critic Magazine Wins Student Media Awards

30 September 2010 4:34pm | Critic

Critic cleaned up at the ASPA Awards last weekend in Auckland, taking home a swag of awards including Best Student Publication in New Zealand. .. More >>

73. Mother And Daughter Celebrate Double Dux Awards

26 November 2010 9:36am | The Write People

Year 13 Diocesan student Rosie Grant may have a special talent for sciences, but she was also making a strong mark in history when she was named Dux at the School's Senior Prize Giving... More >>

74. Two New Degrees Offered at NMIT

26 November 2010 1:31pm | Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology is pleased to announce a new collaboration which means, for the first time, they can offer degrees in Social Work and Counselling. .. More >>

75. 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 >>

76. Celebrating the end of Nursing State Finals

21 November 2011 3:33pm | UCOL

UCOL Wairarapa Nursing students are celebrating the end of their Nursing State Finals, after completing the three year Bachelor of Nursing degree. .. More >>

77. Southern link offers hope for endangered Maui's dolphins

14 March 2012 10:16am | University of Auckland

There are estimated to be just 55 adult and juvenile Maui's dolphins according to a joint study by The University of Auckland, Department of Conservation and Oregon State University. With appropriate protections, however, there is reason to hope ..... More >>

78. UCOL students prepare for fast and furious film-making

15 May 2012 6:17pm | UCOL

¬¬¬News Release Leigh Dome Communications Coordinator 06 952 7001 ext: 70348 027 222 0006 www. 15 May 2012 UCOL students prepare for fast and furious film-making Film-making will be more frantic than ever for UCOL ..... More >>

79. Jobs waiting for UCOL Construction graduates

23 October 2012 3:28pm | UCOL

Employment opportunities in the Manawatu are already opening up for graduates of UCOL's new Diploma in Construction. .. More >>

80. Unitec one of top ten film schools in world

18 January 2013 1:24pm | Unitec

Reelshow International Ltd have announced the top ten film schools in the world for 2012. The survey, based on Reelshow's members and site visitors and run over the last 6 months of 2012, puts Unitec in the top ten... More >>

81. Budding New Zealand scientists congregate in Auckland

25 January 2013 5:12pm | AUT University

The next generation of New Zealand scientists congregated in Auckland this month for a two-week camp. .. More >>

82. Wintec Re-Opens Exhibition Space

12 February 2013 10:24am | Wintec

MEDIA RELEASE For immediate release 12 February 2013 Wintec Re-Opens Exhibition Space Wintec's exhibition gallery, RAMP, will re-open in Hamilton on Friday 22 February. The gallery has been closed while renovations take place in its School ..... More >>

83. 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 >>

84. 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 >>

85. Wintec teaches Educa to early childcare ed students

27 May 2013 3:59pm | Educa Limited

The Wintec Graduate Diploma of Information Technology in Education (GDITE) has this semester used Educa to better demonstrate eportfolio use in the early childhood sector. .. More >>

86. NetSafe and Hon. Nikki Kaye launch 'Comic Creator'

29 May 2013 10:41am | Netsafe

NetSafe and the Hon. Nikki Kaye, Associate Minister of Education, are today launching the 'Comic Creator', an online education resource for children to teach them about cyber security. The Comic Creator is being launched at Point Chevalier Primary ..... More >>

87. 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 >>

88. Waikato Welcomes New Dean of Arts And Social Sciences

16 July 2013 1:20pm | University of Waikato

Waikato University has welcomed Professor Robert Hannah as the new Dean of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, having officially taken up the appointment on July 1. .. More >>

89. 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 ( today... More >>

90. Premiere of Speak Your Truth at Court Theatre

01 October 2013 10:21am | CPIT

CPIT's Sela Faletolu is talking to Māori and Pasifika youth instead of talking about them. Her unique No Limits! programme has grabbed the attention of policy makers and youth workers here and overseas for its success in engaging these students... More >>

91. 2013 New Zealand Student Media awards - 5 October 2013

07 October 2013 9:42am | Salient

Excellence in student media was recognised in Wellington on Saturday 5 October with 19 awards presented at the annual ASPA event. .. More >>

92. MIT appoints industry stalwart as Dean of NZ Maritime School

07 October 2013 4:49pm | Manukau Institute of Technology

Paul Harper has had a dynamic and varied career in many aspects of maritime, shipping and logistics and it is his diverse knowledge of these industries that has seen him appointed to the role of Executive Dean Maritime at Manukau Institute of Technology ..... More >>

93. 2013 Albany Lecturer of the Year Awards

21 November 2013 5:25pm | Massey University

For the second year in a row, the Albany Lecturer of the Year Award has gone to the College of Sciences, with Associate Professor Chris Scogings from the Institute of Natural and Mathematical Sciences taking out the top award... More >>

94. Public libraries a solution to the Digital Divide

27 November 2013 4:13pm | Public Libraries of New Zealand

The 2013 World Internet Project New Zealand (WIPNZ) Report identifies a significant number of New Zealanders with no or limited access to the web. .. More >>

95. Yoobee offers its first "online" NZQA approved qualification

10 February 2014 2:51pm | Yoobee School of Design

Yoobee's first online NZQA approved qualification is now open for enrolments. The programme will start on 3 March 2014 and be delivered fully online. The Certificate in Digital Media is a level 3 programme that provides students with a pathway to ..... More >>

96. Waikanae Businesses support local schools

24 February 2014 2:15pm | Joint Press Release

Ten businesses from one street in Waikanae have clubbed together to help five and six year old children continue to enjoy school trips. Late last year the law changed relating to child car restraints, extending the age children must be in suitable ..... More >>

97. Daisies shortlisted for Prime Minister's Education Award

06 May 2014 10:08am | Daisies

Daisies Early Education & Care Centre in Johnsonville has been selected as one of 16 finalists for the Prime Minister's Education Excellence Awards in Teaching and Learning... More >>

98. 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 More >>

99. 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 >>

100. Jo's Application Wins Writing Prize

24 September 2014 3:50pm | North Tec

A NorthTec applied writing graduate has won a place on a prestigious writers' programme for Māori authors. .. More >>


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