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International Science Festival In Dunedin - Dr David Bellamy
Dorothy -- 2000-07-14

The International Science Festival in Dunedin, New Zealand, has drawn large crowds to its wide ranging activities.
 
How Accessible Is Tertiary Education To Maori? - Part 3 - New Zealand Maori
Turi Hollis -- 2000-02-04

New Zealand Maori need to gain tertiary education to support the NZ economy and universities need to give more help.
 
How Accessible Is Tertiary Education To Maori? - Part 2 - New Zealand Maori
Turi Hollis -- 2000-01-28

New Zealand Maori gaining tertiary education face difficulties with loneliness, low self-esteem, lack of funding and cultural expectations.
 
How Accessible Is Tertiary Education To Maori? - Part 1 - New Zealand Maori
Turi Hollis -- 2000-01-21

 
How Accessible Is Tertiary Education To Maori? - Part 1 - New Zealand Maori
Turi Hollis -- 2000-01-21

New Zealand Maori gaining tertiary education are increasing in number, but face difficulties financially and culturally.
 
National Testing In Primary Schools - A Benefit Or A Restriction On Children's Education? - National Testing
Dorothy -- 1999-11-19

New Zealand Government moves to introduce national testing are not new as it was used earlier in the twentieth century and abolished as too restrictive.
 
Changing Roles
Val Elley -- 1999-07-16

 
Changing Roles
Val Elley -- 1999-07-09

New Zealand graduate women have fewer high ranking positions and more low paid jobs than they deserve with their high qualifications.
 
Alan Duff's "Books In Homes" Programme - Alan Duff
Warwick Elley -- 1999-07-02

Alan Duff's "Books in Homes" scheme according to Professor Warwick Elley is encouraging children who are reluctant readers to become literate.
 
The Ultimatum Game - Bethwaite
Dorothy -- 1998-10-23

Judy Bethwaite and Paul Tompkinson, economists at Victoria University of Wellington, research the power of self-interest through applications of the Ultimatum Game.
 
 
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