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We can't achieve equality when we leave some behind - Gender Equal NZ

Gender pay gap worse for some groups of women not good enough National Council of Women President and Gender Equal NZ spokesperson Vanisa Dhiru says we cannot hope to achieve true gender equality when we are leaving some groups of women behind.

NZEI welcomes reports about teacher training

All beginning teachers should get the right support to be the best teacher that they can be, NZEI Te Riu Roa says.

NZEI Te Riu Roa has welcomed two reports into initial teacher education (ITE) recommending a strong focus on improving the quality of teacher training.

'Empty nesters' a growing part of the flock - Stats NZ

Couples living without children will make up more than half the 433,000 extra families projected to be in New Zealand by 2038, Stats NZ said today.

Half a million households expected - Stats NZ

New Zealand is projected to have over 2.2 million households in 2038, 500,000 more than now, Stats NZ said today. According to the medium projection, the country will have more households in every region, city, and in most districts.

Council to advertise Chief Executive position

Horowhenua District Council will begin the process of recruiting a Chief Executive Officer for when the current Chief Executive Officer’s contract ends in mid-2018.

Hatepe water supply shut down as precautionary measure

Taupō District Council has shut down its water supply at Hatepe as a precautionary measure following the confirmation of potentially toxic algae in Lake Taupō.

Police seek man in relation to Mt Albert aggravated robbery

Police are looking to locate 34-year-old Nathaneil Maeva who has a warrant to arrest in relation to the aggravated robbery of a Mt Albert service station on Sunday 3 December, 2017.

Police devastated over two fatal crashes in Waitemata

Waitemata Police are absolutely devastated that due to two fatal crashes yesterday evening, three members of our Rodney and West Auckland communities will not be home for Christmas.

The first crash occurred at approximately 8.10pm last night on Te Atatu Road in Te Atatu Peninsula.

Lyttelton Rail Tunnel marks 150 years

Tomorrow (Saturday) will mark 150 years since the opening of the Lyttelton Rail Tunnel, an engineering marvel which remains a key part of the KiwiRail network and important contributor to the local economy.

$5.5 million Tauranga Powerball winner comes forward

The butterflies are just starting to subside for a Tauranga local after learning his Lotto ticket has scored him $5.5 million with Powerball First Division.

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