Andrew McGregor to probe chopper accident

Venkat Raman Auckland, August 4, 2019 The Fijian government has appointed Auckland based Prosolve Limited Director Andrew McGregor to probe into a helicopter accident that killed a passenger in Savusavu. He is due to arrive in Fiji tomorrow (Monday, August 5, 2019) and take charge as Investigator-in-Charge of the Robinson R44, (DQ-HPT) accident which occurred on Friday, August 2, 2019.…

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Potential lawmakers urge serious action on Climate Change

Potential lawmakers urge serious action on Climate Change

Michael Wood Wellington, August 4, 2019 Youth Parliament 2019 has called for serious action on Climate Change. The government agrees. We are taking action to stop new offshore drilling. We are investing into cleaner public transport. We are planting one billion trees to absorb carbon dioxide. We are setting up the Green Investment Fund to partner with business to fund…

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Growth mindset embedded in our education

Growth mindset embedded in our education

Auckland, August 4, 2019 In just over a decade, the ‘Growth Mindset’ has graduated from an exciting theory to accepted wisdom in classrooms across the world, now embraced wholeheartedly by many New Zealand educators. There is good science behind Stanford University Psychologist Carol Dweck’s theory that one’s belief about whether their intelligence, abilities, and talents can be developed has a…

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As Australia snubs, New Zealand gets acquiescent

As Australia snubs, New Zealand gets acquiescent

Auckland, August 4, 2019 Australia’s latest announcement that it intends to toughen its already strict deportation rules, with their likely impact on New Zealanders, is a slap in the face for the diplomacy of the Prime Minister. Remember that barely two weeks ago, the Prime Minister was repeating her assertion to her Australian counterpart that the current policy was discriminatory…

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