School property in Otago and Southland worth millions of
dollars could be sold by the Ministry of Education as part of
a nationwide ''fire sale'' of school housing.
Serious concerns have been raised about the New Zealand
Qualifications Authority's plans to scrap paper-based exams
and replace them with digital exams that can be sat ''online,
If there is one thing Jessica Ryan has always wanted to see
on the Taieri, it is for youth to have more of a say in what
goes on in their community.
The Ministry of Education has come under fire for its
handling of the King's High School roll cap dispute, and has
been accused of being more concerned about winning and being
right, than about good outcomes.
Claims that Otago has a two speed economy have been labelled
unfair and unhelpful by National MP Michael Woodhouse.
Go South, young man. That's the advice Michael Woodhouse is
giving to unemployed in the North Island.
Brayden Warnock-Hannon says he still can't believe how
quickly it all happened.
It sounds a little bit like science fiction, but burns
patients could receive skin grafts grown in a laboratory, as
early as 2017.
The battle rages on between King's High School's board of
trustees and the Ministry of Education, despite a meeting
between the two parties on Tuesday.
Up to 100 million Chinese children a day may soon be watching
wildlife television shows produced by a Dunedin company.
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