Homeschoolers brave elements for 40-Hour challenge

Four Bay of Plenty teenagers are feeling immense pride after pushing their physical limits during a fundraising weekend. As the shortest days of the year... Read More

Teens take on Queen production

About 75 students from two Tauranga colleges have been polishing their acting skills and voices, their hair and makeup talents, and learning the ropes backstage... Read More

‘Most epic’ production to celebrate Matariki

Mount Maunganui College is revving up for the production ‘Mauao always beside you' on June 26-27 at Baycourt. Production manager Wayne Flanagan says... Read More

New marine research hub for Marine Park site

A state-of-the-art marine research and education facility will be established at Sulphur Point in Tauranga after years of controversy surrounding the future... Read More

School attendance increases

School attendance data released today shows an increase in the number of students regularly attending school to 61.7 per cent in term one. This compares to 59.5... Read More

Waikato seismic research may have global impact

New research into the geology of the Hamilton basin aims to create ground-breaking 3D simulations that will transform seismic modelling for the Waikato and similar... Read More

Stepping stone contest for chamber musicians

Bay of Plenty youth presented their talents at the NZCT Chamber Music Contest, making it difficult for the adjudicator to judge them. Bay of Plenty District... Read More

BOP kindy teachers hit out over planned changes

Kindergarten teachers fear good educators will leave the sector after proposed regulatory changes. Regulation Minister David Seymour's announcement to look... Read More

Harnessing artificial intelligence in education

The University of Waikato Tauranga Campus is hosting the Tauranga Innovative Education Summit on Monday, June 24. The inaugural summit, themed "Opportunities... Read More

Local Students win scholarships to Outward Bound

A group of 14 students from the Western Bay of Plenty embark on a journey to attend the Tangaroa Watch programme. The Acorn Foundation hosted the 2024 Outward... Read More

Waihi College wows with wearable art

Waihi College is celebrating after one of their students took out the senior 'Star of the Night' award in the Student Wearable Art Programme Toi as part... Read More

Tauranga diving course looking for applicants

With only eight places available for the August intake of the Diploma in Professional Dive Instruction course at Dive Zone Tauranga demand is expected to be... Read More