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Parents are concerned about schools that have no anti-bullying policy, with some saying they've had to take matters into their own hands.
An 18-year-old man has been charged with possession of a knife and fighting following a brawl at a West Auckland high school.
An Auckland health and safety consultant blames headaches and sore eyes on a school's mesmerising digital noticeboard across the road from her home.
Students at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) will have to wait two weeks for their marks after staff voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action.
New Zealand's public school sector is facing a shortfall of 2440 teachers in seven years, if the status quo remains.
A mother arrived at school pickup to find her 5-year-old daughter missing after her child had boarded a school bus.
Most high schoolers are still figuring out what to do after graduation - while others have already won Olympic gold medals.
A school dean has been disciplined for her "good but misguided intentions" in closely supporting a suicidal, self-harming student.
Massey University's new simulator may never leave the ground but from the cockpit it feels just like a Diamond in the sky.
The atmosphere was electrifying at Manfeild as the New Zealand Secondary Schools Mini Motos Grand Prix returned to Feilding, with a new clean, green electric bike class.
More than 100 students of an international business school face deportation after the college was closed for repeated non-compliance.
An experienced Auckland teacher is turning to desperate measures to gain a foothold on the property ladder.
Young Kiwi kids in early childhood centres around the country are reaping the benefits of learning the language and customs of two cultures.
Social media giant Facebook took a day offline with the youth-led anti-bullying organisation Sticks 'n' Stones to train New Zealand's next high school Online Safety Advocates.
Wintec chief executive Mark Flowers remains on sick leave, eight weeks after he stepped away from his desk.â
Up to a quarter of schools might not have a child protection policy - despite it being required by law.
Parents of primary school children have been given a month to prepare for strike action if teachers and principals vote "yes" in a secret ballot.