Education

Ōtūmoetai College disorder: Principal explains

Ōtūmoetai College principal Russell Gordon is setting the record straight after reports have been coming in of disorder at Ōtūmoetai College. A SunLive... Read More

Wanted: Volunteers for ketamine drug trial

Dozens of people are wanted for a novel drug trial, using ketamine for those with treatment resistant depression. Researchers at the University of... Read More

Families to receive help with ECE fees

Hardworking families are set to benefit from a new credit to help them meet their early childcare education costs, Finance Minister Nicola Willis says. From... Read More

Govt: almost $3m for period products in schools

The Coalition Government has committed $2.9 million to ensure intermediate and secondary schools continue providing period products to those who need them, Minister... Read More

Empowering people to save stranded marine mammals

In a bid to bolster marine mammal rescue efforts, a freshly trained group of volunteers are now equipped with the vital skills needed to save stranded whales... Read More

2024 Ngarimu VC scholarships announced

Thirteen Māori students have been awarded Ngarimu VC and 28th (Māori) Battalion Memorial Scholarships and Awards in recognition of their dedication and outstanding... Read More

Have a Go Try-athlon at Omokoroa

On Saturday, it's time for a day of fun at the annual Apata ‘Have a Go Try-athlon'. Calling all kids aged between 5 and 13, the highly anticipated annual... Read More

Boat Day, a highlight for Matahui School students

Boat Day is a highlight in the school calendar and a cherished tradition at Matahui School since its inception in 1989. Matahui School held its annual Boat... Read More

No future plans for old school site

An old school site is currently occupied by the Tauranga Special School satellite and a before and after school facility, however in the future there are no... Read More

30 years of the Bob & Joy Owens scholarship

It has been five years since the Acorn Foundation partnered with the Owens Charitable Trust to manage their scholarship programme. The programme has been... Read More

Canoe racing at Waka Ama school champs

This week over 2000 students from 132 secondary schools will descend upon Tikitapu, also known as Blue Lake, in Rotorua, to take part in the 21st Annual National... Read More

Art student's opportunity of a lifetime

The incredible photography of student Grace O'Sullivan is about to tour New Zealand on the 2024 NZQA Level 3 ‘Top Art' annual touring exhibition. Grace... Read More