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More than two-thirds of Kiwi schools could be breaching the law by not displaying smoke-free signage at their main entrances, according to a new study.
Thousands of people sent the Government a message today – leave our school alone.
It's capping week in Christchurch, with degrees being conferred on hundreds of students at graduation ceremonies today and on Friday.
A doctor who has made it her life's work to help children says conditions for New Zealand's poorest kids have "dramatically worsened" in the last 30 years.
National lacks vision and has set low expectations if the Prime Minister's pre-Budget speech is anything to go by, Opposition parties say.
A new study has found that most packaged food in New Zealand is unhealthy – that includes everything from loaves of bread to meat.
A loyalty card designed to help students pay off their loans by buying more alcohol is being labelled socially irresponsible.
A loyalty card that sees promoters pay up to 5 percent of the bill to the student's loan has been met with criticism from alcohol support services.
A variety of digital workshops and displays were on offer today, giving the next generation the chance to learn how to use cutting-edge technologies.
Kiwi scientists could help solve one world's most common health headaches: the migraine.
Teachers at a Dunedin school are going the extra mile these holidays, using technology to help out some of their youngest pupils.
Four Auckland University music lecturers who collectively call themselves DOG have won the 2015 Tui for best jazz album.
Tristan Brebner, otherwise known as Mr B, has been a principal at schools around Bay of Plenty and Gisborne since the 1960s.
The parents who went to the High Court when their sons were dropped from a high school rowing team have decided against further court action.
The high school rowers who took court action against St Bede's College to overturn a ban from the Maadi Cup have failed to make regional trials.
An Auckland primary school is defending its decision not to involve police after two teacher aides were caught exchanging cannabis.
New Zealand underperforms in the Asia-Pacific region in terms of scientific papers published because of a lack of investment.
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