Students nervously awaiting the outcome of their NCEA exams can find some relief as the results are released online.
Children are being bombarded with a brand name every minute of their waking day — a worrying number of which are for unhealthy foods, new research has found.
Health experts have pushed back on a call to delay the start of the school year, saying it would hurt students more than any possible exposure to Covid in the classroom.
An epidemiologist is warning the Government should delay allowing children to return to school until enough young people are vaccinated.
A group of Christchurch school pupils have been learning, building and developing a lot of patience as they work on their tree huts.
With Christmas approaching fast, the elves at Santa’s workshop in Christchurch are reluctant to down their tools for the holidays.
The Ashburton Parents Centre has produced a cookbook filled with easy to follow recipes just in time for Christmas.
Rolleston College became the target of a protest last week from residents losing their jobs after refusing the Covid vaccine.
The old Shirley Boys’ High School gym, which is being transformed into a community-based sports and recreational centre, will open its doors early next year.
Christchurch rugby coach Brendan Nolan was watching his five-year-old son read when he had a realisation: Wouldn’t it be good if more kids his age were reading instead of on their PlayStation?
The creativity of Christchurch school pupils has helped raise money to support children with cancer.
Brad Helps often takes his young children to the Westbrooke Park playground in Christchurch - but by next summer this may no longer be possible.
A group of Christchurch pupils have made a video and lobbied a community board to make the roads near their school safer - and their pleas seem to be working.
A Christchurch school has brought Canterbury’s dramatic bid to break Auckland’s record-breaking Ranfurly Shield run in 1985 back to life.
Four university students have hit the right note in their quest for a music scholarship sponsored by Kiwi band Six60.
The "no jab, no job" policy for education staff officially kicks in on Monday - but it's still not clear how many workers will leave the sector as a result.
A fundraising campaign has been launched to raise $300,000 in six weeks for a new mental health outpatient facility for children and young people in Canterbury.
A push to improve the safety of a busy school route is set to pay off for a Christchurch principal and his pupils.