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Burglars who broke into a south Auckland childcare centre were brazen enough to leave their pseudonyms in the sign-in book.
20 years after it closed its doors, St Stephen's School in Bombay, southern Auckland, is set to re-open.
Abolishing the intermediate school system shouldn't be attempted without a commitment from government to invest millions of dollars, a Nelson school principal warns.
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Principals are accused of poaching students to grow their school rolls â and line their own pockets.
Stalled and flawed Census data is forcing the Government to fast-track a complete revamp of school funding, moving resources, staffing and property resources to the schools with the most impoverished students.
Despite reaching the highest level of education, Kura Taylor has no student loan and didn't go to her graduation.
In almost four decades at a rural Taranaki school, Tim Morgan has seen a lot of children of former students - including his own grandson.
An Inglewood teacher who brought therapeutic music to the ears of Taranaki children is stepping down.
Audio engineering students in Christchurch are "bewildered" but happy to be able to complete their degrees via correspondence.
Every day after school, Tiraroa Hetaraka and his mates would walk to the dairy across the road and stock up on fizzy drinks and snacks.
In a creative space in her family home in Whitehill, to the east of the town of Cambridge in the Waikato, a young girl is taking a different and ambitious path in life.
Picton's only secondary school is looking forward to leaving its leaky buildings behind, thanks to a $9 million Government grant.