The Government must listen to the public’s concerns and make changes to its charter schools legislation for the sake of New Zealand children and their parents, Green Party Co-leader Metiria Turei said today.
An overwhelming number of respondents to a new survey on charter schools do not want unregistered teachers and private profiteering in taxpayer-funded schools.
The Government will launch an update of its Budget app for smartphones and tablets on Thursday with interactive features that allow users to see how much tax they pay and how their tax dollars are spent, Finance Minister Bill English says.
Hot on the heels of recent success in the 2013 Wellington Gold Awards, BigEars has been selected as a finalist in the 2013 AUT Business School Excellence in Business Support Awards.
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Regional Facilities Auckland (RFA), the body that oversees Auckland’s arts, culture, heritage, leisure, sports and entertainment venues, has appointed Rhana Devenport as the new Director of Auckland Art Gallery.
Air New Zealand has topped the Nunwood Customer Experience Excellence (CEE) Index in Australia which measures companies that excel in the eyes of their customers.
Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson today announced the appointment of Jim Hodges and Eileen von Dadelszen as Commissioners of the Environment Court, John Illingsworth as a Deputy Commissioner and the reappointment of David Bunting and Russell Howie as Commissioners, each for a five year term.
The Sky City Convention Centre proposal is a good deal for taxpayers and Auckland ratepayers and has my support, ACT Leader John Banks said today.
TVNZ has announced the appointment of one of its most experienced senior news people as the company’s new Head of News and Current Affairs.
John Gillespie, who is currently the Editor of Daily Programmes, will take up his new position from 24 June 2013.
A young woman searching for her original; a journey that takes place in an alternative present day with encounters reflecting common experiences of a lost sense of belonging in modern life.
Medieval Armour was the inspiration for Whanganui UCOL Bachelor of Fashion student Chloe Sanson’s men’s wear collection Excalibur.
An economic report commissioned by the Green Party shows that the National Government’s stated objective of rebalancing the economy has failed and reveals major underlying vulnerabilities.
Tenacious D have been killing it at their Australian shows ahead of next week’s visit to New Zealand!! The duo has already played in Brisbane and Sydney and the reports so far have been hugely favourable:
Just a day after Democrats for Social Credit Health Spokesman David Tranter called for an enquiry into public health system administration including health ministers’ failure to respond to concerns conveyed to them, Tony Ryall has stated "there would not be an inquiry at ministerial level" into
Co-Chairs for the Ikaroa Rawhiti Maori Party electorate, Darren Poona and Papara Carroll, have confirmed that the party is contesting the Ikaroa Rawhiti by-election on the 29th June.
The on-going recovery of New Zealand’s economy has seen the resurrection of a specialist tourism and leisure focused sales division within real estate agency Bayleys.
Enjoy a superb introduction to New Zealand theatre with one of the country’s most exciting theatre companies EnsembleImpact and their latest show She’ll Be Write.
It costs Hospice New Zealand about $75 million a year to deliver its services to 34 hospices and $30 million of that comes from the community.