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Campbell Live have now been contacted by 61 families in contract with CAMI, desperately trying to pay it off.
Over 100 students sat on a central Auckland street, blocking off a lane, during a 2012 protest over the Government's proposed budget cuts to tertiary education, and 43 people were arrested.
St Cuthbert's College teacher Ian Torrie has been honoured with an Australian Scholarships Group National Excellence in Teaching award.
A judge, a businessman and a pharmacist have been bestowed honorary doctorates by the University of Auckland for their contribution to the community.
A New Zealand-made portable device could be the breakthrough health workers need in the global fight against Ebola.
Steven Joyce is urging New Zealand universities to set up offshore to increase their international income.
Twenty young Kiwis were recognised at the Foundation for Youth Development's (FYD) excellence awards last night, including Simon Poole.
Every year more than 2000 New Zealanders are diagnosed with some form of skin cancer, and a lot of the damage is done in childhood.
Four students have been arrested at the University of Auckland after chaining themselves inside the Vice Chancellor's office.
Tech entrepreneur Vaughan Rowsell has launched his latest venture – a series of workshops designed to get children and teenagers excited about technology.
New Zealand's 2014 Spelling Bee champion has been crowned in Wellington this afternoon.
The 2014 New Zealand Spelling Bee final has kicked off in Wellington this afternoon.
John Campbell took a visit to Avondale Primary and was immediately whisked away by the artists, proud to show him their creations.
The Government takes control of school payroll services today taking over from Talent2, with many of its staff accepting jobs with the new company.
Some of the county's brightest young minds will take the stage tomorrow to compete in this year's New Zealand Spelling Bee final.
A union for staff at a tertiary education provider planning significant job cuts says they aren't getting enough time to respond to the plan.
James Hardie Industries has been dragged back into the New Zealand Government's class action over leaky school buildings.
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