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  1. Video for Third of school buildings fail hygiene standards
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    Third of school buildings fail hygiene standards

    A third of school buildings don't meet optimum standards for health and hygiene and a similar number fall short of Education Ministry standards for lighting, temperature and acoustics, a government Cabinet paper shows.

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    Northland students' brain bee challenge

    A group of Northland students from six schools visited Auckland University for the annual Brain Bee Challenge, learning about the brain and its functions.

  3. Video for Longitudinal study to measure te reo Māori
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    Longitudinal study to measure te reo Māori

    The study Growing Up In New Zealand collects information from 7000 children and their families from before birth and into the children's adulthood. Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi says the resource will help develop policies for Māori language retention and revitalisation.

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    Largest ever study of te reo Māori

    The "largest and most sophisticated" study ever of the Māori language is about to be undertaken by Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi.

  5. Video for Primary teachers and principals vote to strike
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    Primary teachers and principals vote to strike

    For the first time in 14 years teachers and principals are looking at a three-hour work stoppage on August 15, and are discussing whether to extend the strike to a full day.

  6. Video for Flaxmere College supreme winner at PM’s education excellence awards
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    Flaxmere College supreme winner at PM’s education excellence awards

    Flaxmere College in Hastings has won the supreme award at the Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards in Wellington this evening. The school was recognised for accelerating Māori student progress through work with whānau and community.

  7. Video for Student loan cap increase a welcome relief to Māori med students
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    Student loan cap increase a welcome relief to Māori med students

    The Government has lifted the lifetime cap on the student loan. One medical student Kera Sherwood-O'Regan says the option allows for more Māori enter the profession and balance out the numbers.

  8. Video for Student loan extended for longer degrees
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    Student loan extended for longer degrees

    The government is extending the student loan borrowing limit for those in long undergraduate programmes like medicine and dentistry.

  9. Video for New 12 stone sculptures to mark Māori lunar calendar
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    New 12 stone sculptures to mark Māori lunar calendar

    Te Mata o Rehua Maramataka is a new Māori lunar calendar on display in South Auckland. 12 sculptures by 10 local carvers including rough sleepers have been created to celebrate the Māori New Year.

  10. Video for Rangatahi business challenge kicks off in Whangarei
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    Rangatahi business challenge kicks off in Whangarei

    The three-day marae event will introduce around 80 rangatahi to business, help them develop real-world skills and connect them with local Māori entrepreneurs.

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