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    A new Nelson school for children with high and complex needs, faces an uncertain future
     8 April 2024
    A new Nelson school for children with high and complex needs, faces an uncertain future
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    The Police Minister wants Police to be able to get back to basics
    8 Apr: The Police Minister wants Police to be able to get back to basics... more
    Greta Thunberg detained twice by police during Extinction Rebellion protest at The Hague
    7 Apr: Greta Thunberg was one of dozens of protesters detained during the demonstration against Dutch subsidies and tax breaks to companies linked to fossil fuel industries.... more
    Auckland's Mayor has delivered a more than half a million dollar boost to safety in the central city
    7 Apr: Auckland's Mayor has delivered a more than half a million dollar boost to safety in the central city... more
    Earthquake resilience is about more than just saving lives according to new research
    7 Apr: Earthquake resilience is about more than just saving lives according to new research... more
    The Ministry of Health says it did not sufficiently brief the Mental health Minister on potential changes to the Suicide Prevention Office
    7 Apr: The Ministry of Health says it did not sufficiently brief the Mental health Minister on potential changes to the Suicide Prevention Office... more
    Hopes a new family and sexual violence training programme, will hugely benefit everyone in the courtrooms
    6 Apr: Hopes a new family and sexual violence training programme, will hugely benefit everyone in the courtrooms... more
    Fears job cuts to public service roles, will also harm those that they're working for
    6 Apr: Fears job cuts to public service roles, will also harm those that they're working for... more
    A warning for the Government to tread carefully if it decides to tax charities
    6 Apr: A warning for the Government to tread carefully if it decides to tax charities... more
    An Auckland principal says the rollout of NCEA changes has so far been an appalling process
    5 Apr: An Auckland principal says the rollout of NCEA changes has so far been an appalling process... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     25 Mar: A Christchurch high school will reopen today after two earthquake-prone buildings were discovered last week +++++++++++++++++++
     04 Apr: Auckland secondary principals say fast-tracking residency for overseas teachers is a positive step -- but only one strategy to address the shortage ++++++++++++++++++
     05 Apr: An Auckland principal says the rollout of NCEA changes has so far been an appalling process ++++++++++++++++
     13 Apr: New research shows the Covid lockdown period changed the way New Zealand kids get to and from school - with less students walking ++++++++++++++++
     26 Mar: More money back in the pockets of families with young children +++++++++++++++
     28 Mar: The Secondary Principals Association believes the community should get behind schools and students to help reduce bad behaviour +++++++++++++++
     03 Apr: David Seymour's one step closer to re-establishing charter schools in New Zealand ++++++++++++++

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      6 Apr: Focus on politics: aim and fire? public service targets return amid job cuts (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Education:
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    Business:
    West Auckland will be welcoming more than 20 new electric double-decker buses, as usage increases 9:27

    Golf:
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    Business:
    Confusion at the Government's plans around quake-prone buildings 8:57

    Law and Order:
    Tangi planning has begun, for a Northland police officer who died after being hit by a car at Helena Bay near Whangarei 8:57

    Business:
    A lack of competition is being identified as one of the possible drivers for increasing domestic fares 8:47

    Wellington:
    Police have arrived at the scene of suspicious blaze at an historic Wellington building this morning 8:17

    Living & Travel:
    Full steam ahead with plans to re-build Christchurch's Catholic Cathedral - on the same site as before 8:07

    Law and Order:
    Details have emerged, about how an Auckland motorist had two guns pulled on him for unknowingly merging into a gang convoy, that was on its way to a fatal brawl 7:57

    Entertainment:
    It's 'Bluey House' now, as London awards show for its cultural success 7:27

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