A handmade tabletop that a group of Christchurch primary school pupils’ fundraised $3500 to buy has been stolen less than two months after it was installed.
Memories of Lincoln Primary School going back to the 1920s were recalled this week as a local family moved into its fourth generation of attendance.
The old Shirley Boys’ High gym has been reopened after its transformation into a community sport and rec centre.
A Hornby High student offered a once in a lifetime opportunity on the world stage has organised an 'evening of performances' to fundraise for her trip to the UK.
Christchurch teenager Grady Kenix has been selected as a member of the New Zealand Mathematics Olympiad team.
Cobham Intermediate students are holding a garage sale today and tomorrow to repurpose hundreds of items not needed when they move into their new school.
A large after-school care provider has been given six weeks to improve its performance following an investigation after multiple complaints from parents.
An independent report into a broadcasting school in Christchurch has revealed serious allegations including racist comments, sexual harassment and an atmosphere ripe for bullying behaviour.
A Christchurch school principal says Covid-19 case numbers will influence their approach to wearing face masks this term.
A teacher who allegedly put his finger into the top of a student's pants and went to her house where they were alone has denied having an inappropriate relationship with the girl.
A Christchurch teacher has been found guilty of serious misconduct after making inappropriate comments on a podcast about students, a former girlfriend, his sex life and going to work "slightly high on drugs".
Water, milk and milk alternatives would be the only beverages on the menu under the plan to ban sugar-sweetened drinks from primary schools.
Even though he loves online car racing games, 14-year-old Rolleston College student Nathan Heney has more fun photographing the real thing.
A NZ Broadcasting School student charged with assaulting a fellow student is being allowed back into the Ara journalism programme.
Students' grades and self-care are being put on the line as living costs skyrocket, with one UC law student saying "all of our money is either going to bills or food, or rent".