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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    Fears Worksafe legislation will prevent parents joining school boards
     5 August 2021
    Fears Worksafe legislation will prevent parents joining school boards
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    It's a decision that should be left to the board
    5 Aug: It's a decision that should be left to the board... more
    The Melville High School board of trustees could escape a conviction -- after a student died on a school trip
    4 Aug: The Melville High School board of trustees could escape a conviction -- after a student died on a school trip... more
    Sydney news: Second vaccination hub to open at Sydney Olympic Park for year 12 students
    30 Jul: MORNING BRIEFING: A concert venue is being converted into a vaccination centre for year 12 students from Sydney COVID hotspots.... more
    National claims New Zealand will fall even further behind on the world stage, if Maori knowledge is taught as science at school
    30 Jul: National claims New Zealand will fall even further behind on the world stage, if Maori knowledge is taught as science at school... more
    A Christchurch school still struggling since the 2011 earthquakes is getting much-needed classrooms
    28 Jul: A Christchurch school still struggling since the 2011 earthquakes is getting much-needed classrooms... more
    A man who fatally ran over a five year old outside an Auckland primary school is losing his driver licence for a year
    27 Jul: A man who fatally ran over a five year old outside an Auckland primary school is losing his driver licence for a year... more
    Principals say new Government funding won't go far to solve the problems schools face
    26 Jul: Principals say new Government funding won't go far to solve the problems schools face... more
    Claims our vaccine supply isn't secure enough
    21 Jul: Claims our vaccine supply isn't secure enough... more
    China begins crackdown on private tutoring in apparent bid to ease pressure, boost birth rate
    19 Jul: It's not unusual for students in China, particularly those hoping to reach higher education, to study and do tutoring from early morning until late at night most days. But it now seems to have the government concerned.... more

     Most Popular Recent Education News
     12 Jul: The school holidays are off to a busy start, at tourism hotspots around the country +++++++++++++++++++++++
     08 Jul: The central plateau is shaping up to be a winter wonderland these school holidays ++++++++++++++++++++++
     14 Jul: A woman has pleaded guilty to making the bomb threat that forced the cancellation of Otago University's graduation ceremonies last year +++++++++++++++++++++
     15 Jul: Surprise a student area of Hamilton was the scene of a shoot-out with police +++++++++++++++++++++
     09 Jul: Half a million Kiwis will fly these school holidays ++++++++++++++++++++
     07 Jul: Christchurch head students are speaking up about sexual assault and harassment +++++++++++++++++++
     10 Jul: Queenstown Airport is gearing up for the wave of school holiday travellers ++++++++++++++++++

     Education NewsLinks
      6 Aug: Growth expected at nmit amid covid-19 and sector overhaul (Stuff.co.nz)
      4 Aug: Horse owners fearful of being chased by dogs on taranaki beaches (Stuff.co.nz)
      4 Aug: Dababy thankful for 'education' as more festivals drop him (BBCWorld)
      3 Aug: Shares slide after china brands online games 'electronic drugs' (BBCWorld)
      2 Aug: Ministers warned school students are 'falling through the cracks' (NZ Herald)
      2 Aug: Ministers warned students are 'falling through the cracks' (RadioNZ)
      1 Aug: Yami "rowdy" lofvenberg: the top hip-hop dancer who can’t count the beats (BBCWorld)
      1 Aug: Ministry not tracking key earthquake strengthening goal for schools (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    T.I. claims he was arrested in Amsterdam after a police officer's car was damaged 8:34

    Rugby League:
    League's World Cup has been postponed until next year after tournament organisers bowed to pressure from Australia and New Zealand, who had withdrawn from this year's scheduled edition 8:25

    Politics:
    Maori are put into seclusion at a Whanganui mental health unit, more than anyone else 8:15

    Politics:
    Questions for the Government -- on why Treasury changed its tune on the Government's ute tax 8:15

    Rugby League:
    There's no doubting the ability of Campbell Stewart from his endurance coach at the Olympic velodrome in Tokyo 8:05

    Business:
    Shareholders will vote today on whether to turn Northland's Marsden Point into a terminal that only imports processed fuels 8:05

    Entertainment:
    Olly Murs has undergone surgery after getting a fragment of bone lodged in his knee 8:04

    Law and Order:
    Kris Wu faces rape charges, triggering debate on China's #MeToo movement and celebrity culture 7:55

    Hockey:
    The New Zealand coach of the victorious Belgium men's hockey side is taking time out to let his nerves settle 7:45

    International:
    Ashley Moloney secures Australia's first Olympic decathlon medal with bronze in Tokyo 7:35

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