June 13th, 2024

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16 hours ago

Socioeconomic inequalities in greenhouse gas emissions from household travel in New Zealand

A recent study published in Travel Behaviour and Society reveals significant socioeconomic inequalities in greenhouse gas emissions (GHGe) from household travel in Aotearoa/New...

2 weeks ago

New Zealand sees slower population growth but increased diversity, 2023 Census reveals

New Zealand's population has grown by nearly 300,000 people since 2018, but the growth rate has slowed, according to the first results from...

4 weeks ago

New Zealand calls for calm, constructive dialogue in New Caledonia

New Zealand is urging calm and constructive dialogue in New Caledonia amidst escalating violence and protests in Nouméa, Foreign Minister Winston Peters said today,...

4 weeks ago

New Zealand faces record net loss of citizens as more than 52,000 leave

For the first time, the annual net migration loss of New Zealand citizens surpassed the 50,000 mark, reaching a new high of 52,500 in...

4 weeks ago

$153m for charter schools diverts essential resources from public education

The New Zealand Educational Institute (NZEI) Te Riu Roa has expressed strong opposition to the government’s recent announcement of $153 million earmarked for...

4 weeks ago

NZEI Te Riu Roa calls for overhaul of teacher training and protection of early childhood sector

NZEI Te Riu Roa, the union representing early childhood and primary teachers, has issued strong calls for both a major overhaul of the...

1 month ago

University of Otago research prompts calls to lower bowel cancer screening age in New Zealand

A comprehensive study from the University of Otago, Christchurch, is urging a reduction in the starting age for bowel cancer screening across New Zealand...

1 month ago

New HIV diagnoses in New Zealand show a declining trend despite recent increases

The latest figures on HIV diagnoses in New Zealand reveal an overall downward trend, even as numbers saw a rise in 2023 compared to...