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Unqualified charter school teachers will be exempted from a strict code of conduct for other teachers, and will not be subject to any oversight by the new Education Council, highlighting a dangerous double standard in the Governments’ flagship partnership schools, the Green Party said today.
New Zealand’s employment law has led to declining real value of wages for many, increasing inequality and poor productivity performance, Labour’s spokesperson on labour issues, Andrew Little, says.
New Zealand is set for its official domestic MÄori cricket match - at long last.
Prime Minister John Key today outlined a plan to hold a public discussion and vote next parliamentary term on New Zealand’s flag.
Sometimes with these DVD specials, they take such wide ranging and diverse episodes from various other TV series that yes they have a link in subject matter, but it can be argued that it’s tenuous at best.
The Green Party is welcoming today’s announcement by Prime Minister John Key regarding a process for reviewing the flag, and will adopt and maintain that process when there is a change of government at the next election.
The past three months of financial statements have shown National’s books were worse than expected, raising serious questions about National’s management of the economy, says Labour’s Finance spokesperson David Parker.
The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party today confirmed that it will be standing in the 2014 General Election on September 20, with candidates nationwide.
The ALCP, which has been in MMP politics since 1996, has new leadership and a new direction heading into the election.
Mayor Len Brown will today set the direction for a full review of the budgets and work plan of Auckland Council and its CCOs over the next 12 months, saying tough choices are ahead as Auckland plans for significant growth over the next decade.
Some good news for North Shore bus commuters, relief is on the way.
The westbound bus lane on Fanshawe St is to be upgraded following a suggestion from the Campaign for Better Transport and Generation Zero.
Health specialists are supporting the Government’s launch of the annual influenza immunisation campaign today at Wellington Regional Hospital’s high-risk maternity clinic.
I went into 'The Hobbit' with very low expectations, and that was for many reasons. One, I just wasn't as excited about the whole thing as I was with the LOTR films. Second, there had been a lot of bad buzz around the films for so many reasons, especially with the 48FPS issue.
Education Ministers and education leaders from the OECD’s top-performing countries will gather in Wellington in March to hold a global dialogue on building and supporting teaching excellence.
Commerce Minister Craig Foss and Revenue Minister Todd McClay have announced the launch of an integrated Employer Registration service, making it easier for newly-formed companies to communicate with Government.
Vodafone has switched on its newly built cell site at Levin South in the Horowhenua District - part of the Government’s Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI) - providing improved mobile coverage and broadband options for residents and visitors to the area.