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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    Lid lifted on North Island's melting pot
     6 July 2017
    New research from Victoria University has brought us one step closer to predicting the likelihood of volcanic eruptions.
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    Part-time teachers lodge equal pay case
    3 Jul: The PPTA is taking a legal case to the Employment Relations Authority to argue part-time secondary teachers should be paid for non-contact hours.... more
    School possum hunt inhumane: activist
    2 Jul: A south Auckland school says it will work with the SPCA after being told the alleged drowning of young possums during a fundraising event was not humane.... more
    Drastic moves needed for smoke-free goal
    30 Jun: New Zealand needs to adopt new and bold measures if it is to achieve a goal of being smoke-free by 2025, an Otago University study says.... more
    Regular walks cut blood fats: Otago study
    28 Jun: A combination of regular brisk walks and a longer 30-minute one each day helps to lower office workers' blood fats, an Otago University study has concluded.... more
    Kiwifruit industry to create 29,000 jobs
    27 Jun: The kiwifruit industry will generate 29,000 new jobs and add an annual $3.5 billion to the GDP by 2030, according to a Waikato University report.... more
    PM and Labour wounded after a brutal week
    23 Jun: The Todd Barclay scandal has wounded the prime minister while Labour stands accused of "industrial strength hypocrisy" over its student intern fiasco.... more
    Sweatshop claims over Labour programme
    22 Jun: The Labour Party-linked Campaign for Change programme is facing claims it's using foreign students as "sweatshop" labour.... more
    Some police grads already heroes
    22 Jun: Many of the 59 new constables graduating from police college have already made their mark in their respective communities.... more
    Canterbury schools shake-up flawed: report
    21 Jun: The Chief Ombudsman has released a scathing report on the Ministry of Education's handling of Canterbury school mergers and closures after the 2011 earthquake.... more

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