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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    The Education and Health Ministries are joining forces to fight measles spreading in schools
     16 October 2019
    The Education and Health Ministries are joining forces to fight measles spreading in schools
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    A school bus driver has serious injures after a crash near Wairoa in the Hawke's Bay this afternoon
    14 Oct 2019: A school bus driver has serious injures after a crash near Wairoa in the Hawke's Bay this afternoon... more
    A clean-up of North Dunedin's streets is now underway
    13 Oct 2019: A clean-up of North Dunedin's streets is now underway... more
    The Ministry of Education's confirmed it's investigating how a boy suffered facial injuries at Manurewa West Kindergarten
    11 Oct 2019: The Ministry of Education's confirmed it's investigating how a boy suffered facial injuries at Manurewa West Kindergarten... more
    Scarfies will clean-up North Dunedin this weekend - to honour a fellow student who lost her life at a party
    9 Oct 2019: Scarfies will clean-up North Dunedin this weekend - to honour a fellow student who lost her life at a party... more
    Grief over the loss of a young Otago Uni student is expected to be felt by people near and far
    8 Oct 2019: Grief over the loss of a young Otago Uni student is expected to be felt by people near and far... more
    A student who was at the overcrowded party in Dunedin where a teen died, has described the "human wall" inside the flat
    8 Oct 2019: A student who was at the overcrowded party in Dunedin where a teen died, has described the "human wall" inside the flat... more
    Otago University Students Association urging students not to use social media to ignite dangerous rumours
    7 Oct 2019: The Otago University Students Association is urging students not to use social media to ignite dangerous rumours - following a death at a student party... more
    The union representing school bus drivers say they are being ''hit, attacked and verbally abused'' by unruly kids
    6 Oct 2019: The union representing school bus drivers say they are being ''hit, attacked and verbally abused'' by unruly kids... more
    A young Otago University student, a woman, has died after a rowdy Dunedin flat party last night
    6 Oct 2019: A young Otago University student, a woman, has died after a rowdy Dunedin flat party last night... more

     Most Popular Recent Education News
     02 Jan: A man reported shot by police during a confrontation at a Hastings school has been discharged from hospital and remanded in custody +++++++++++++++
     02 Jan: The Education Minister's pleased with the progress on the Government's donations scheme for decile 1-7 schools +++++++++++++
     04 Jan: Meet Australian jockey Zac Purton and the Aussies racing to riches in Hong Kong ++++++++++++
     07 Jan: A man who knocked a Rotorua teacher unconscious during an after school pick-up has escaped a jail sentence +++++++++
     09 Jan: Kiwi teen Ethan Price has quite the story to tell when he heads back to school this month ++++++++
     13 Jan: A tightening of regulations around religious education in state schools ++++++++
     09 Jan: Early childhood teachers are confident parents won't even notice changes that kick into gear today ++++++++

     Education NewsLinks
      19 Jan: Money skills should be a priority in schools (Stuff.co.nz)
      18 Jan: Law-abiding citizens keep forking out for prisoner education (Stuff.co.nz)
      18 Jan: Tim cook is a cautionary tale for ceos trying to get close to trump (CNN)
      17 Jan: Federated farmers launches petition against climate change teaching resource (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 Jan: Student loans: more than 70,000 overseas-based borrowers in default (RadioNZ)
      17 Jan: Windows pcs push back against chromebooks in schools with lte, gemini lake refresh chips (PC World)
      17 Jan: Sex education is returning to netflix. here's what it has to teach us. (Stuff.co.nz)
      16 Jan: 'i don't really want our kids in oranga tamariki anymore' (RadioNZ)
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