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‘What does Waitangi Day mean to me?’ speech competition announced

Year 11 students around the country will get the chance to communicate their thoughts on the significance of the Treaty of Waitangi and Waitangi Day, as a speech competition with some tempting prizes on offer is announced. 

Dillon Scholarships available for Rotorua students with disabilities

Rotorua students who have a significant physical or intellectual disability can now apply for their share of BayTrust's $100,000 Dillon Scholarship fund to help them do tertiary study next year.

Fulbright-National Geographic digital storytelling fellow to study NZ seabirds

For the first time, New Zealand will host a fellow for nine months as part of the prestigious Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship.

Rotorua teacher with passion for making a difference to receive national award

A Rotorua teacher with a passion for making a difference will be honoured with a national teaching award.

48-hour wellbeing challenge for Kiwi students

Kiwi students from six New Zealand universities will compete in a new 48-hour challenge to improve wellbeing.

The hunt is on for NZ’s young gardener of the year

Applications for the T&G Garden to Table Young Gardener of the Year Awards open today.

Scholarship fund to launch in memory of Teresia Teaiwa

Victoria University of Wellington and Va’aomanū Pasifika, Victoria’s Pacific and Samoan Studies programme, will launch a new scholarship fund in memory of Dr Teresia Teaiwa, who passed away in March 2017.

Secondary students encouraged to enter inaugural Crimson awards

A new set of national awards for student athletes, leaders, entrepreneurs, performers and academics have been launched by Crimson Education.

Entries to open for Education Excellence Awards

2018 Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards will cover early childhood education, primary and secondary schooling, as well as Communities of Learning | Kāhui Ako.

Distinguished Professor Viviane Robinson honoured by the Royal Society

Distinguished Professor Viviane Robinson has been made a Fellow of Royal Society Te Apārangi.
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