Education Headlines

Fertiliser Company Helps Boost Rural School Resources

Press Release – ATTN

Rural primary schools throughout the country have been given a welcome boost to resources, thanks to the support of local farmers and fertiliser company, Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate Ltd. Read more »

Confucius Institute event

Press Release – Southern Institute Of Technology

Professor Adam Lam from the Confucius Institute at Canterbury University delivers a presentation on the Chinese cultural cuisine to seminar attendees at the Southern Institute of Technology on Thursday night (28/8/2014). Professor Lam presented the … Read more »

Korero Mai – Saturday 10 & Sunday 31 August 2014

Press Release – Urban Maori Radio

Saturday 30 August 2014 Haami Piripi Massey University’s Albany campus will next week host Pae Roa 2040, a conference marking the 30 years since the Hui Taumata set an agenda for Maori development in the opening months of the third Labour Government. … Read more »

SMC Heads-Up: E-cigarettes, SMCs gather in NZ, crisis advice

Column – Science Media Centre

SMC Heads-Up:E-cigarettes risks highlighted, SMCs gather in NZ, science advice in times of crisis Read more »

Massey welcomes new funding for Asian languages

Press Release – Massey University

An announcement that the Government will invest $10 million over five years to increase the provision of Asian language teaching in schools has been welcomed by Massey Universitys College of Humanities and Social Sciences Pro Vice-Chancellor. Read more »

Labour to foster Kiwi love of sport and the great outdoors

Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party

A Labour Government will promote physical activity, back our top athletes and help foster Kiwis love of the great outdoors by upgrading tramping and camping facilities. Trevor Mallard today released Labours sports and recreation policy which will … Read more »

Maryan Street on issues of importance to older people

Press Release – ElderNet

Liam Butler interviews Hon Maryan Street MP on issues of importance to older New Zealanders Read more »

Staff and students disgusted by theft of native plants

Press Release – Auckland Council

Community programme staff and students are disgusted by the theft of 920 native plants grown by Orewa College students as part of their Trees for Survival Trust programme. The plants were to be planted by the students on Monday to help improve … Read more »

Adult Learning Key to Rebuilding Communities

Press Release – Adult Learners’ Week

Adult learners Alysha West and Rozarna Partridge are barely out of their teens but have already experienced the challenges of juggling learning and family responsibilities. Read more »

Pacific languages recognised under Labour

Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party

Labour will act to recognise the five main Pacific languages in New Zealand including through the education system, said Pacific Affairs spokesperson Sua William Sio. Read more »

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