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Police are treating an incident at a Hawke’s Bay primary school today where a pupil was found unconscious as an accident.
NZ may end up with hundreds fewer doctors if student loan rules are not changed, a student association says.
Hundreds of fish hooks have been removed from a Northland playground, and residents believe they were put there maliciously.
Primary schools will tightening their belts following today's Budget, according to the country's largest education union.
Almost $700M has been allocated for a suite of education programmes in this year's Budget, including 2 new charter schools and school infrastructure.
A parent fighting bible lessons in schools admits he's feeling a weight on his shoulders as his High Court battles begins.
Teddy dentists will be on hand for the first time this weekend, at the annual Teddy Bear Hospital event in Dunedin.
Halfmoon Bay School is set to lose its junior class teacher in July, unless it can attract another two children.
A University of Auckland website was temporarily hacked at the weekend, but it appears the attackers may have targeted the wrong organisation.
Papanui High School has hit back at claims students were exposed to inappropriate material after a Christian conservative pamphlet was given out.
After a successful pilot last year, students across 100 high schools will sit an NCEA maths paper on computers at the end of this year.
Researchers from the University of Auckland are investigating how closely The Bachelor mirrors the real-life experiences of young single Kiwi women.
Latest figures show 79 percent of the population now have a formal qualification, a significant leap from 72 percent in 2001.
Prince Harry is believed to be relaxing in Wanaka tonight after finishing up his Stewart Island trip mingling with young students from the local school.
There are calls for more education about homophobia in sport, as a new study shows New Zealand in a poor light.
A 15-year-old Northland girl has been arrested in relation to an assault captured on video and shared online.
A doctor of psychology who once did time for murder says putting phones and computers in cells is an "evidence-based approach" to reducing reoffending.
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