Tauranga child-care company needs more educators

A Tauranga home-based childcare provider needs educators to provide crucial care for children of essential workers during the lockdown – so they... Read More

COVID-19 to test virtual classrooms

At least three Tauranga college principals are confident that despite COVID-19 school closures their students will be able to continue lessons at home... Read More

Building a school for those in need

When she was younger, Jaimee Perrett lived in Kaitkati with her family growing kiwifruit and avocados. Now, she is a teacher and is currently over in... Read More

COVID-19: 54 confirmed cases in NZ

Fourteen cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the past 24 hours in New Zealand. The Wellington region has four confirmed cases, Taranaki -one, Auckland... Read More

COVID-19 - current cases

New Zealand has 39 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 11 new cases confirmed on Friday. Globally, infections have exceeded 244,000, and the death toll... Read More

Gardening for life

Children are getting a chance to shine in an outdoor classroom. Garden to Table Trust is helping to establish vegetable gardens in local schools like... Read More

Tauranga Boys‘ College going bald for a cause

A Tauranga teenager’s personal connection to blood cancer has inspired him to rally around his school and raise thousands for Shave for a Cure. Logan... Read More

Free ECE course enables carers to get qualified

A Tauranga home based educator is encouraging other providers to take up a free course to become qualified. Charmaine McMenamin is a home-based educator... Read More

Toi Ohomai postpones April graduations

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology has announced it will be postponing its three April graduation ceremonies. More... Read More

COVID-19: Seventh and Eighth cases -overseas links

New Zealand’s seventh and eighth cases of COVID-19 were announced today in two travellers recently arrived in New Zealand. A man in his 60s visiting... Read More

Consuming for the better

The Consuming for Good event, which is being held at Basestation on March 19, is an event that focuses on business solutions to reduce single-use plastics... Read More

What‘s Your Chance Of Surviving A Cardiac Arrest?

Research undertaken by St John shows there is a 13 per cent chance of survival from a cardiac arrest outside of hospital. Each year St John publishes... Read More

New hoops an upshot for BOP Schools

The sound of basketballs can be heard thumping the ground as a group of Gate Pa School children get coaching tips from Tall Black Tom Abercrombie. Abercrombie... Read More

Parents seek tax rebates on past camp fees

The government's school donation scheme could open a floodgate of requests for tax rebates on cost payments for things like school camps going back... Read More

No new NZ Coronavirus cases today, tests continue

The Ministry of Health has today confirmed there are no fresh coronavirus cases in New Zealand. The Ministry says the tally of officially diagnosed... Read More