Students urge Kiwis to take care on the roads

SADD - Students Against Dangerous Driving - is urging Kiwis to drive with care this weekend, following the deadliest Easter in a decade. “SADD... Read More

Produce programme fruitful for kids

Bowls filled with fruit and veggies can be found in every classroom at Gate Pa School, providing children the chance to try new things. Gate Pa School... Read More

Time to turn back time as Daylight Saving ends

It’s time to turn back time, while also trying to figure out which appliances will need adjusting. Daylight saving time – DST - ends at... Read More

Primary staffing system ‘blunt and damaging’

Primary school principals have warned that the system for deciding how many teachers each school gets is blunt and even damaging. They have told a panel... Read More

More than 40 BOP schools enrol in fruit scheme

How tamariki (children) throughout the Bay of Plenty region access their 5+ A Day is in the spotlight as the United Nations declares 2021 The International... Read More

New director to build iwi success

  Huia Haeata has been appointed as the new executive director for Tiriti Partnerships at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology.   The institute... Read More

University study identifies key cancer factors

  The leader of two three-year studies says that New Zealand continues to have poor cancer outcomes compared to other developed countries.   “A... Read More

New Pro Vice-Chancellor with innovative approach

Professor Patrick Leman has been appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor to the Division of Arts, Law, Psychology and Social Sciences – ALPSS -  at... Read More

Scholarships awarded to UOW Tauranga students

There are many congratulations and words of appreciation flowing following a scholarship function held this week for a group of University of Waikato... Read More

Apanui School community devastated by fire

Apanui School staff and leadership are feeling devastated following a fire which razed the nearly-completed administration block renovation and a block... Read More

Opportunities to check out study options

Dinner series events are a popular fixture on the Bay of Plenty summer social calendar and feature a selection of the best food trucks, along with live... Read More

New research into domestic Kiwi tourists

New research into what Kiwis want from tourism and domestic holidays has been released to help the industry adjust to the impact of COVID19 on borders... Read More

New cadetship to advance distribution career

  A new cadetship is being introduced to give those working in the distribution industry a chance to advance their career.   The distribution... Read More

ECC calls for pause on lunchbox rules

The Early Childhood Council is calling for the implementation of new early learning centre food safety rules to be paused so that issues that have emerged... Read More

NCEA results ‘some of the best’ despite pandemic

NCEA results are out and it appears most teenagers overcame the disruption of the pandemic and did well in the national qualification. Education Minister... Read More