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Innovative developments at AUT University in Auckland
Belinda Nash -- 2006-09-22

A Restorative Justice Centre, a Health$tylz "Gaining Wealth thru Health" programme and a business course especially designed for Vodafone Warriors players ....
ICT giants all under the one roof at Canterbury University
Reprinted from UC "Chronicle" -- 2006-06-30

Leading ICT companies, IBM, Hewlett Packard (HP), Jade Software Corporation and Tait Electronics to be involved in research partnerships with University staff at New Zealand ICT Innovation Institute .
"The Loop"
Shelley Grell -- 2006-06-16

Allied Telesis helps build for Nelson schools and colleges what most office workers can only dream of - a light-speed network at their fingertips ....
Autumn 2006 graduation a triumph at Auckland University of Technology
News from AUT -- 2006-04-13

3100 graduands a record number included eight PhD graduands, six Blues rugby players, and an honorary doctorate awarded to Dr John Hinchcliff who led the AIT to university status .
Changes in the education of special needs people in New Zealand in the last thirty five years
Dorothy -- 2006-03-24

An interview with Tricia Crumpton reflecting on her teaching of special needs students and the impact of mainstreaming ....
Sowing the seeds of Pasifika business
News from Auckland University of Technology (AUT) -- 2006-01-27

Manukau City Council, Pacific Business Trust, Manukau Institute of Technology and AUT University, sponsored inaugural Plantation Business Challenge to encourage Pasifika business entrepreneurs .
Nursing training in New Zealand over the last 125 years - Part 2
Dorothy -- 2005-07-22

Nurses still had to work long hours and observe rigid rules, but their training and conditions improved and they travelled outside New Zealand and served in three wars ....
Nursing training in New Zealand over the last 125 years - Part 1
Dorothy -- 2005-07-15

Nurses today would be horrified if asked to work under the conditions faced by nineteenth century nurses .
From St Ignatius to St Andy - December graduation speech
Elric Hooper

Elric Hooper LittD at University of Canterbury Graduation speaks of changes in NZ attitudes to the arts since the 60s.
Should A Language Other Than English Be Taught In Our Primary School Classrooms? - An Interview With Dr Katharine Hunt. - Maori Language
Dorothy -- 2001-10-26

Dr Katharine Hunt answers questions evaluating second language teaching in primary school - of concern since proposal to introduce Maori.
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