Education Minister Chris Hipkins today released wide-ranging proposals for strengthening
vocational education so that school leavers get high quality training opportunities,
employers get the skills they need and New Zealanders are better equipped for the ...
Minister of State Services Chris Hipkins has today asked the State Services Commissioner
Peter Hughes to examine IRD’s reported inappropriate use of a public survey. “I
was concerned to read in the media that a survey by IRD included political questions,” ...
Events on marae and lake fronts, in community centres, local museums and town squares
are being held throughout the country to commemorate Waitangi Day 2019, Prime Minister
and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage, Jacinda Ardern says today.
An end to tenure review is a vital reprieve for some of New Zealand’s most endangered
species, says Forest & Bird. “We’ve argued for many years that not only is
tenure review a spectacularly bad deal for New Zealanders, it’s been terrible for ...
15 February 2013 Media Statement Purchase of unique North Otago reserve announced
Critically endangered plants and a rare limestone ecosystem have been protected through
the purchase of a 20 hectare reserve at Gards Road, near Duntroon in the Waitaki ...
The Government’s proposed reform of vocational education will strip power from
regional New Zealand and hand all of it to Wellington bureaucrats, National’s Tertiary
Education, Skills and Employment spokesperson Shane Reti says.
“With today's vocational education reform announcements the Government is proposing
to dismantle our industry-led training and apprenticeship system, says Josh Williams,
Chief Executive of the Industry Training Federation (ITF).
Staff can turn their attention to opening doors for students and communities with
creative teaching, learning, and research under bold changes proposed today for vocational
education says the Tertiary Education Union.