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Research related to diabetes, Māori mental health, stomach cancer among areas funded.
The letter does not represent Auckland University's views, vice-chancellor says.
Minister Kris Faafoi has repeatedly turned down interviews to explain 'misinformation.'
New board chairman says issues stemmed from policies, systems and people.
Kids aged 5 to 9 make up more than half the violent incidents against school staff.
Trades lobby to have apprenticeship employer incentives extended.
Why teenage girls aren't going to take it anymore.
A one-day-a-week outdoor programme complements the school system.
Ministry working with the students to find them a new school after they were excluded.
The ministry is working with 19 Bay students to find them a new school.
Dilworth student who tried to report abuse was caned and sent back to his abuser.
The young girls, aged 13 and 14, are from separate families.
School breaks its silence on incident that's caused 'great embarrassment to all involved'.
Mainstream teacher aides on minimum wage earn more than most kōhanga reo kaiako.
The High Court has quashed the Teaching Council's shift to annual certification.
After two complaints from the family, the driver vented his anger at the boy.
A teacher has been stood down at Marlborough Boys' College but the reasons are secret.
NZ Principals' Federation says the school holidays couldn't have come at a better time.
But principal says students can still use toilets during class.
It is part of an effort by the Government to tackle long-standing under-representation.
A total of 725 girls, aged between 12 and 18, took part in the first survey of its kind.
Most low-decile schools in Auckland continue to suffer from middle-class flight.
Mum's alarm as son asks to buy female clothes for school show, calling it "funny".
Use our interactive to see where NZ kids go to school.
Student nurse numbers have been recorded at a near-decade low over fears of ill treatment.
"Māori learners need to be part of the conversation from the beginning."
Holdups mean vacancies not filled quickly and relief staff unable to work.
Principal reveals the reason behind most of the fights.
Teacher resigned and has now launched personal grievance.
Te Tohu Paerua o te Reo Kairangi will be launched on July 2 in Hamilton
Hugh van Cuylenburg talks about his life and career with Elisabeth Easther.
More than 20 students said they have been raped in a recent survey.
The school commissioned the survey due to concerns around a rise in harassment.