Four Christchurch schools will merge into one 'super-school' under an interim decision announced by Hekia Parata.
Police Commissioner Peter Marshall says NZers would like an explanation from those charged as to what they were up to.
A big protest is expected today as Christchurch's Phillipstown community fights the planned closure of their primary school.
Viewers overwhelming voted yes to decriminalising soft drugs during TV3's national debate programme The Vote tonight.
The Green party and an intelligence expert say the GCSB more than likely helped the police spy on those subsequently arrested during the Urewera raids.
Threatening to arrest student loan defaulters at the border won't do anything to encourage them to come home, Labour says.
Today’s Budget sees $40 million invested over the next four years into marketing New Zealand’s international education industry.
Hone Harawira is looking forward to seeing new National MP Claudette Hauiti in Parliament, as he thinks she'll help convince her colleagues to vote for his 'feed the kids' bill.
Hone Harawira has two months to persuade the Government and its support parties to back his "feed the kids" bill.
The bill that allows charter schools to be set up has just two more stages to pass in Parliament before it is law.
A bill to feed hungry kids at school is set to fail at its first hurdle, with most Government parties ruling out their support.
The director of the company accused of helping students to buy assignments is denying it has any involvement.
In a couple of weeks, one school that has fought hard against its planned closure will find out for sure whether it will have to shut the doors.
Steven Joyce has dismissed a claim that universities are tolerating cheating by international students.
Police and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority are investigating allegations of international students "buying" university assignments.
Associate Education Minister John Banks wants to see 60 charter schools operating within the next 10 years.
The government is still having a problem collecting loan repayments from overseas-based students despite introducing tougher compliance rules.
Campbell Live goes inside the mind of the backbench MP Aaron Gilmore.
Labour MP and former Maori Affairs Minister Parekura Horomia has died at his home in Tolaga Bay today.
By the year 2040, Auckland's population will be somewhere in the region of 2.5 million people. Is Auckland ready for that? No.
Prime Minister John Key has labelled the Labour-led Opposition the "devil beast".
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