Ballance Agri-Nutrients sponsor science fair award

Ballance Agri-Nutrients has announced a nationwide programme of sponsorships intended to foster and celebrate scientific and innovative thinking among... Read More

Local chess champs qualify for national finals

Two intermediate and primary school chess teams from Rotorua and one college chess team from Tauranga have qualified this week for the national chess... Read More

Black cranes and monster stories

Tauranga author Lee Murray is now a two-time Bram Stoker award winner and monster lover, yet she is still scared of the dark. In a New Zealand first,... Read More

Healthy school lunch programme praised

Early evidence suggests young people are less hungry, eating healthier food and have better physical and mental wellbeing since the introduction of the... Read More

Tackling male stigma in early childhood education

A lack of male influence in early childhood education has inspired a Wintec student to create a book about restoring mana in men. Master of Applied... Read More

Last chance to apply for graduate programme

Time is ticking for graduates to secure their place in the GovTechTalent programme – dubbed a paid, once in a lifetime opportunity to fast-track... Read More

$10 million boost will upskill 70000 children

An innovative research-based approach to how New Zealand children are taught to read is to be extended across the country with a $10 million Ministry... Read More

A lifetime of outdoor living

Colin Hewens and Des Gardiner have spent their fair share of years in the bush. From building tramping huts during the Second World War, to trapping... Read More

Reawakening mana in men

A lack of men in early childhood education has inspired Wintec Master of Applied Innovation student, Grayson Newton-Smith to create a book about restoring... Read More

Kiwi research to turn bio-waste into economic boos

Waste products from New Zealand’s food processing industry – such as potato scraps and grape skins – could be transformed into high-value... Read More

New app to train teachers in Te Reo

Bay of Plenty teachers now have access to a world-leading Te Reo Māori app, through a Ministry of Education initiative aimed at strengthening New Zealand’s... Read More

Second largest Fieldays in 53 year history

This year’s Fieldays 2021 was the second biggest in the event’s 53-year history, with a total of 132,776 people attending over the four days... Read More

Inquiry launched into school truancy crisis

MPs have launched an inquiry into what has been described as New Zealand's truancy crisis. Official figures in May showed more than 60,000 students... Read More

Over 10,000 Kiwi kids learn to prevent injuries

In May 10,271 students across New Zealand have learnt how to prevent injuries through the new ASB St John in Schools programme. Students in years 1-8... Read More

Maori Battalion school resource launched

Associate Education Minister Kelvin Davis has launched a new learning resource to help the next generation learn about the storied history of the Maori... Read More