A forced return to remote learning for a Lower Hutt high school after the discovery of mould last month is “not surprising”, says the New Zealand Principals’ Federation president. Eight teaching spaces at Hutt Valley High School were isolated on
The latest MIQ worker who tested positive for Covid-19 wasn’t vaccinated, director general of Health Ashley Bloomfield said. It comes amid revelations that 20 per cent of border staff have yet to get the jab protecting them against coronavirus. Bloomfield
With a massive infusion of federal aid coming their way, schools across the U.S. are weighing how to use the windfall to ease the harm of the pandemic — and to tackle problems that existed long before the coronavirus. The
There have been no new Covid-19 cases in the community announced today – but 17 cases have been detected in MIQ during the past two days. Twelve of the 17 new cases involve travellers from India via the UAE, arriving
There are no new Covid-19 community cases to report today and five border-related cases to report in managed isolation. The new cases all arrived on flights from India, via the United Arab Emirates, and are in managed isolation/quarantine in Auckland.
Tragedy has unfolded at a popular Whangārei Heads surf beach with the discovery of a man’s body in the water earlier this afternoon. Northland Police Senior Sergeant Shane Turner said a man of European descent and around 65-years-old was found
A 77-year-old man has been forbidden from driving after a young girl was hit by a car at an East Auckland school yesterday. Counties Manukau road policing manager inspector Kay Lane said the young girl who was taken to Starship
Auckland will move out of lockdown and drop to level 2 from Sunday. The rest of the country will move to level one. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the alert-level changes after five days of zero cases of community transmission.
Denver Public Schools plans to expand in-person learning for middle and high school students after spring break, following other districts in the metro area that are working to bring older kids back full-time before the end of the semester. Michael
In response to the Biden administration’s request that states still hold standardized testing this year, four Colorado legislators introduced a new bill Thursday that would significantly lessen the testing load for grades 3-8. HB 21-1161 would cancel the following Colorado