Study finds Kiwis keen on eating insects

A majority of New Zealanders would be happy to try eating an insect even if they have never tasted one before, preliminary findings from a new study... Read More

NCEA support confirmed for Auckland students

The number of Learning Recognition Credits for senior secondary school students will be increased for Auckland students, Education Minister Chris Hipkins... Read More

Mature student scholarship launches in Tauranga

A new scholarship has been developed to meet the needs of older students in the Bay of Plenty who would like to access education but face challenges... Read More

Outrage over Auckland students in Tauranga classes

A Tauranga parent is horrified to learn that their son has been attending class all week with Auckland students who travelled to Tauranga during the... Read More

Joining forces to preserve the environment

Climate change and the forest was the focus of a field trip at Aongatete recently. Tauranga Sunrise Rotary, Bay Conservation Alliance and students from... Read More

Lungs may have answer to type-1 diabetes

A major genetic trigger for type-1 diabetes may act in the lung, according to researchers at the Liggins Institute at the University of Auckland Their... Read More

Whakatāne school arsonist arrested

Eastern Bay of Plenty Detectives have today arrested a man in relation to the arson of Apanui Primary School in Whakatāne. The fire occurred in the... Read More

Young beekeepers buzzing for scholarship

Young people interested in a beekeeping career can get a head start through a scholarship.  They are being encouraged to apply for... Read More

Back to school in Alert Level 2

Schools in the Bay of Plenty will be back to normal as of today and educators in the region are hoping to make it as exciting and safe a return as possible... Read More

Students in lockdown can go on virtual field trip

Taranaki is the most likely New Zealand volcano to cause a national-scale impact in our lifetimes and a new virtual field trip will help prepare tamariki... Read More

Eastern Bay students excited for future careers

Eastern Bay senior school students are focussed on their futures according to a new survey by Toi Economic Development Agency.  Toi... Read More

Tauranga primary schools‘ music festival postponed

The Tauranga Primary School’s Music Festival that was due to be held this week has been postponed until November, due to the Alert Level 4 lockdown. The... Read More

Sunflower Project to help grow the next generation

Daltons are hoping to bring smiles to the faces of over 11,694 kindy children around New Zealand with their 2021 Sunflowers in Kindergartens Project... Read More

Science to take over Tauranga CBD

  Tauranga’s STEMFest is getting closer with the official launch of this year’s project being a “great success”.   Sponsors... Read More

Ballance Agri-Nutrients sponsor science fair award

Ballance Agri-Nutrients has announced a nationwide programme of sponsorships intended to foster and celebrate scientific and innovative thinking among... Read More