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Fourth International Astronomy Award
Reprinted from the University of Canterbury Chronicle%3 -- 2001-10-12

Canterbury doctoral astronomy student Jennifer McSaveney studying pulsating stars has been awarded a Zonta International Amelia Earhart Fellowship
 
What Is Your View On The Way We Spell Our Language?
Ian Hunter -- 2001-07-13

Phonemes are the key to simplifying English spelling and retaining intelligibility according to Kiwis and others in the Simplified Spelling Society.
 
Educators Who Changed The Face Of New Zealand Education - New Zealand Educators
Various Contributors -- 2000-01-21

Two well-known New Zealand educators write about three oustanding men in their field - Beeby, Renwick and Parkyn made schools more pupil centred and the curriculum geared to the broad needs of the community
 
Education In The New Millennium - New Zealand Education
George Ridley -- 1999-11-19

Important recommendations for future education in New Zealand are discussed by experienced teacher and school principal, George Ridley.
 
World's first virtual picture book
Reprinted from the University of Canterbury's Chronic -- 2003-12-23

Interactive 3-dimensional virtual picture book launched by Human Interface Technology Laboratory New Zealand (HIT Lab NZ) at Canterbury University
 
Ring Laser University of Canterbury
Reprinted from the University of Canterbury's Chronic -- 2003-10-13

Ring laser, weighing over 400kg, mounted on seventh floor Canterbury University wall tests ring laser technology as civil engineering tool
 
Linguists help save languages from extinction
-- 2003-11-07

Linguists at NZ's University of Canterbury work to help save some most endangered languages from extinction through scientific descriptions
 
Christchurch Girls' High Old Girls respond to Fay Weldon - 3
Dorothy -- 2003-04-22

CGHS Old Girl, Biddy Pollard, corrects inaccuracies in Fay Weldon's account of the school and describes Tramp Club activities
 
Christchurch Girls' High Old Girls respond to Fay Weldon
Dorothy -- 2003-04-14

Christchurch GHS Old Girls respond to what they see as Fay Weldon's inaccurate descrption of school in 'Auto da Fay'.
 
Christchurch Girls' High Old Girls respond to Fay Weldon - 2
Dorothy -- 2003-04-22

Fay Weldon's unhappy memories of Christchurch Girls' High School are countered by the happy memories of contemporaries
 
 
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