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Saturday, January 22, 2022

$2.24 million boost for early career researchers

Seven early career researchers at Victoria University of Wellington have received a total of $2.24 million to pursue their research into issues ranging from health and wellbeing to climate change after receiving MBIE Science Whitinga Fellowships.

Enhancing curriculum a key focus of Budget 2021

A significant chunk of the Education Budget 2021 has been allocated to enhancing curriculum support for teachers and learners.

Go Bus wins new contracts and expands school bus operations

Go Bus will double its Ministry of Education school bus services, having been re-selected as a preferred supplier to deliver expanded bus services across the country for a further 12-year period.

EIT offers next step into electric future

A new EIT programme, which starts on Monday, 2 August, this year has been designed to give automotive technicians the skills required to repair a future fleet of electric vehicles.

Night classes in horticulture proving to be a success

Night classes for EIT’s free New Zealand Certificate in Horticulture [Level 3] (General) are proving to be very popular among working professionals who are keen to turn their passion for plants into expertise.

Te Rito Maioha (ECNZ) a provider in national rollout of Te Ahu o te...

Te Rito Maioha (ECNZ) is delighted to be announced as a provider in the national rollout of Te Ahu o te Reo Māori, set to launch later this year. 

Opinion: Rethinking the assumptions of our financial education

Jack Goldingham Newsom discusses the financial education curriculum.

Tourism but not as we know it: Ara makes a sustainable commitment

Ara Institute of Canterbury has just signed up to the Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA) ‘Tourism Sustainability Commitment’, a publicly-declared commitment towards the active embrace of sustainable operations in New Zealand.

New urban cycleway sees increase in children biking to school

The opening of a new South Auckland cycling project designed to improve access for cyclists to public transport hubs has led to an immediate increase in children biking to school.

Silver linings in lockdown

Two thirds of New Zealanders believed there were ‘silver linings’ to the country’s Alert Level 4 COVID-19 lockdown imposed in March last year, a University of Otago survey has found.


Tui Tuia | Learning Circle growing kaupapa Māori expertise with new...

Tui Tuia | Learning Circle welcomes Marisa Pene to Te Whānau Maioha to support kura (schools) and kaioko (teachers)