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    Students say abolishing allowances will deepen inequality

    The New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations (NZUSA) have responded to the United Future Party's recent tertiary education policy announcement, warning that any plan to abolish Student Allowances would deepen inequality.

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    Labour Party intern scheme "slave labour"- Marama Fox

    A scheme to recruit overseas interns to assist with its election campaign has landed the Labour Party in hot water. Around 85 volunteers paid for return flights to New Zealand for an internship; expecting world campaign experience with lectures from Andrew Little, Jacinda Ardern and former Prime Minister Helen Clark.

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    Horowhenua College recognised in PM's Academic Excellence Awards

    Māori students at Horowhenua College are exceeding national trends, achieving some of the highest academic results in the college through its Rangatahi Ora programme. Now the programme is up for a top award as a finalist for the Prime Minister's Education Excellence Awards.

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    Survey links tertiary drop-outs to financial struggles

    Tertiary students are calling for an urgent increase in government support given the significant gap between the high cost of living and their incomes. Results from a UNITEC survey released today shows almost a third of students regularly go without food and basic necessities because they simply can't afford it.

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    Wellington housing and transportation issues compromise tertiary studies

    Victoria University students are pushing the Greater Wellington Regional Council to take their plea for affordable public transport seriously. The president of the Māori Students Association of Ngāi Tauira says students are missing classes and struggling to keep up with studies because they can't afford to get into the city.

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    Research reveals what helps and hinders Māori university success

    New research from the University of Otago reveals that Māori graduates describe whānau support as the top factor that helped them to complete their qualifications, while family responsibilities and commitments made completion of their studies more difficult.

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    Emotional farewell for Kaitaia College head girl

    Tributes flow for the head girl of Kaitaia College who touched the hearts of many during her battle with cancer. Yesterday Te Amohaere Rudolph passed away and today she was given a fitting farewell from her school.

  8. Video for Iwi and schools work together to revive Manukau Harbour
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    Iwi and schools work together to revive Manukau Harbour

    Kauri Flats School and Conifer Grove School students were mucking in at the Manukau Harbour today assessing water quality and surveying life in the area. The schools are collecting data with help of Ngāti Te Ata and Ngāti Tamaoho.

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    160,000 students wait anxiously for NCEA results

    Today marks a significant day for thousands of secondary school students around the country as they anticipate the arrival of their NCEA results for 2016. 

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    Teacher did not dictate, but exemplified – Hammond Matua on the late George Pomana

    George Pomana now lies on the porch of the house he help to complete. The respected teacher (62) died yesterday after a long illness.  Today he was welcomed by students of James Cook High Schook to Te Pou Herenga Waka Marae, where he will lie for one night before returning to his marae.

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