Coastal Pathway gets longer video

Stage two of the Christchurch Coastal Pathway opens with kapa haka performances by Mt Pleasant School students and a cycle run by Mayor Lianne Dalziel.

Cycling and kapa haka heralded the opening of stage two of Christchurch's coastal pathway.

NMIT celebrates commerce coup

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology CEO Tony Gray

The NMIT Applied Business area has become one of the first in NZ to be fully accredited for its Bachelor of Commerce degree.

Vice chancellor payout offends

Lincoln University's former vice chancellor Andy West was given a resignation payout despite concerns about overspending on consultants.

Lincoln University staff are "incensed" management misread their mood about the departure of its vice chancellor.

Principal inspired by grandfather's role

First time principal Curtis Gaylor is enjoying his position at Ruawai Primary School.

A first time principal of a rural school hopes to follow in his grandfather's foot steps

Multi-million dollar school and church planned

A construction-site themed shindig is planned to launch a major new construction project that will provide a home for Kapiti's Catholic parish. Organiser Bob Houston, left, and project spokesperson Justin du Fresne.

Designers have begun work on a multi-million school and church in Kapiti.

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