It is Te Wiki o te reo Maori (Maori Language week) and just ten days until the general election. In light of the week’s theme Kia Ora te Reo Maori – Let the Maori Language live, we examine each of the political parties policy on te reo Maori.
In the final of Education Central's interview series about political parties' education policies, JUDE BARBACK talks to Education Minister Nikki Kaye about National's plans for education.
The ACT party has today announced a new youth justice policy that will see parents facing stronger consequences for their children’s truancy and offending including compulsory parenting classes and increased fines.
Choosing your preferred education policy this year comes down to how far you trust teachers.
Voters face a tough choice in this election between starkly different education priorities from our two main parties.
About 100 students packed out a small lecture theatre to hear from local election candidates at a Tauranga tertiary campus yesterday.
Northland Age editor writes about the election campaign and the education policies released last week by National and Labour
As part of the Herald's Election 2017 coverage The Big Issues aims to explain where the major political parties stand on those issues most important to New Zealanders.
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern says her Government will set up a new $2000 award for the best student in vocational courses in each state secondary school.