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Systemic Failures Lead To High Rates Of Mental Illness In The Deaf Community

Press Release – Coalition of Deaf Mental Health Professionals

A research project sponsored by the Coalition of Deaf Mental Health Professionals has described systemic failures in education and in family and community support that have led to the very high rates of mental illness experienced by the Deaf community. … Read more »

Global Award For NZ Research To Help Business Adopt 3D Printing

Press Release – University of Auckland

University of Auckland research into how companies can use 3D printing properly, to add value and improve lives, has won a leading global award against competition from the US, UK and Europe. The researchers, from the Creative Design and Additive … Read more »

Police Reassurance To Continue Through Labour Weekend

Press Release – New Zealand Police

As we move into a long holiday weekend, New Zealand Police would like to thank those who are complying with the COVID-19 Alert Level 3 restrictions and reassure our communities that we will continue to be highly visible as we work to ensure everyone is safe … Read more »

Making Aotearoa / New Zealand The Best Place To Be A Child

Press Release – Office of the Children’s Commissioner

In the third of Judge Andrew Becrofts five addresses reflecting on his time as Childrens Commissioner, he examines five ways we can significantly improve wellbeing for children and young people in Aotearoa / New Zealand. We are fortunate, … Read more »

Systemic Failures Lead To High Rates Of Mental Illness In The Deaf Community

Press Release – Coalition of Deaf Mental Health Professionals

A research project sponsored by the Coalition of Deaf Mental Health Professionals has described systemic failures in education and in family and community support that have led to the very high rates of mental illness experienced by the Deaf community. … Read more »

NZPF Welcomes Attention On Severely Challenged Students

Press Release – New Zealand Principals’ Federation

The New Zealand Principals Federation (NZPF) has today welcomed the announcement that addressing learning issues for our severely disadvantaged and behaviourally challenged young people, is back on track with a clear plan towards making necessary … Read more »

Ngāi Tahu Led Prevention Programme To Reduce Tamariki In Care

Press Release – Ngai Tahu

A bold new prevention programme designed, developed, and led by Te Rnanga o Ngi Tahu (Te Rnanga), aims to reduce the number of Mori tamariki and rangatahi entering the Oranga Tamariki system. Minister for Children, Hon Kelvin Davis, today announced … Read more »

Students Welcome Increased Certainty With Covid-19 Protection Framework

Press Release – NZUSA

The New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations and students across Aotearoa welcome todays announcement of Covid-19 Protection Framework which will bring certainty to the tertiary sector. However, it cautions that engagement with the sector will … Read more »

New Zealand Government Sending Thousands Back To School During Worsening COVID-19 Outbreak

Article – Socialist Equality Group

By Tom Peters New Zealands Labour Party-led government is systematically removing lockdown restrictions in Auckland, the centre of an expanding COVID-19 outbreak, and telling the population that it must accept a major increase in cases. On Wednesday, … Read more »

Hydro Storage Would Make Wind Power Ideal Low-carbon Solution

Press Release – University of Auckland

Researchers from the Energy Centre at the University of Auckland have been investigating ways to prevent power price spikes caused by the fluctuating capacity of renewable electricity sources. The government has set a target of achieving 100% renewable … Read more »

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