Multimillion Dollar Early Learning Centre In East Auckland

Multimillion Dollar Early Learning Centre In East Auckland

Supplied Content Rainbow Corner Group Sets A New Benchmark A running track, soccer field, extended operating hours, onsite doctor, catering and a bespoke natural environment are just some of the features that 200 Auckland pre-schoolers will enjoy when Rainbow Corner Group’s newest Early Learning Centre opens in Flat Bush shortly. The multi-million dollar project is a major investment in East…

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e-Mental Health Framework on the cards

e-Mental Health Framework on the cards

Sourced Content New Zealand’s Health Ministry is developing an eMental Health Framework to guide the use of eMental health services. Mental Health and Addiction Deputy Director-General Robyn Shearer announced this initiative at the International eMental Health Experts Forum held at Northern Club in Auckland on November 13, 2019. Professor (Adjunct) Anil Thapliyal Auckland based HealthTRX organised the one-day Conference which…

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Education overhaul includes new Support Agency

Schools lose right to manage zonal system John Gerritsen The government is creating a new division in the Education Ministry in an overhaul that will strip schools of the right to manage their enrolment zones and their property. There will also be minimum standards for prospective principals and possible compulsory training for school trustees. Education Minister Chris Hipkins said that…

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Parmjeet Parmar asks PM about Shane Jones

Standfirst: National List MP Dr Parmjeet Parmar has written to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern labelling New Zealand First List MP Shane Jones’s outburst against the Indian Community last month as ‘incendiary’ and as hate speech.   Wellington, November 3, 2019 By Email Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern Parliament Buildings Wellington Dear Prime Minister, Re: Comments of the Hon Shane Jones to…

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University of Auckland tops in student accommodation

Supplied Content The University of Auckland is set to open its new Hostel (Waiparuru) in time for the 2020 academic year, bringing the total number of beds available for students to 4500. The addition will make the University the largest provider of student accommodation. Strategic decision Michael Rengers, Associate Director of Accommodation, said that only 10 years ago the University…

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New Zealand Excellence Awards benefit Indian students

New Zealand Excellence Awards benefit Indian students

Venkat Raman Three students from India have recounted their rewarding experience of the Transformational Education System and the New Zealand Excellence Awards (NZEA) Programme. Sponsored by Education New Zealand and funded by the eight Universities of the country, the NZEA Programme, since its launch in 2016, has benefited scores of international students from India. The Programme incorporates Scholarships that are…

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Choice open for $1 million funding students, Charities

Supplied Content Thousands of school students in Auckland are among those set to benefit from grants which will see $1 million allocated to community organisations which help a range of health; cultural, environment, education and other causes. Online voting An online platform has been opened which allows Kiwis to vote for the charities and groups they feel are most deserving…

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