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New pilot to support disengaged young people

Associate Minister of Education Louise Upston has announced a new pilot for supporting disengaged young people which will help them to stay in education longer and achieve better outcomes...


Rototuna Senior High School officially opened

Education Minister Nikki Kaye says a ceremony today has marked the official opening of Rototuna Senior High School in Hamilton. The Prime Minister, the Right Hon Bill English, attended...


A School of Rural Medicine to be established

The Government will establish a new School of Rural Medicine within the next three years to produce more doctors for our rural communities, Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Paul...


Creating opportunity through maths, technology and languages

National will roll out a suite of technology, maths and language initiatives in schools to ensure our young people have the skills to succeed in a more digital and internationally...


Making it even easier to track your child’s progress

A National Government will invest $45 million to revamp National Standards so children, parents and teachers can track their progress throughout the year in key learning areas. “National Standards has...


$379m package to prepare our children for the future

National will provide New Zealand’s young people with the skills and language training to succeed in a globally-connected, high-tech world. The next National-led Government will invest $379 million to provide...


Read Bill's Speech

Thank you. It’s great to see such a marvelous crowd. And a sea of blue. Welcome to National’s campaign for Election 2017! Thank you Nikki and Paula for those wonderful...


Applications open for environmental projects funding

The next round of government’s Community Environment Fund is now open for applications, Associate Environment Minister Scott Simpson says. "The Community Environment Fund helps community groups all over the...


NZ disappointed at North Korea missile launches

Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee is disappointed at this morning’s missile launches by North Korea. “These tests come at a time when cooler heads seemed to be prevailing,” Mr Brownlee...


GP policy another “me too” from Labour

The Labour Party’s announcement on GP visits is just another “me too” idea following on from their Dunedin Hospital announcement yesterday, National Party Campaign Chair Steven Joyce says. “They have...