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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    Covid cases are continuing to pop up among schoolchildren and teachers
     1 March 2022
    Covid cases are continuing to pop up among schoolchildren and teachers
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    Police say Dunedin's student area was largely quiet this weekend
    28 Feb: Police say Dunedin's student area was largely quiet this weekend... more
    The number of Omicron cases in New Zealand's has risen dramatically within the past seven days
    25 Feb: The number of Omicron cases in New Zealand's has risen dramatically within the past seven days... more
    Two people will reappear in court next month following a string of school burglaries in Southland
    24 Feb: Two people will reappear in court next month following a string of school burglaries in Southland... more
    The Government's putting 3.8 million dollars into increasing well-being support for about 80 thousand Auckland tertiary students
    23 Feb: The Government's putting 3.8 million dollars into increasing well-being support for about 80 thousand Auckland tertiary students... more
    A number of Auckland schools are keeping students home for part of the week as staff numbers dwindle due to Covid-19
    21 Feb: A number of Auckland schools are keeping students home for part of the week as staff numbers dwindle due to Covid-19... more
    Schools across the country may be flying in the face of the Education Ministry, by not letting unvaccinated children represent their school in sport
    17 Feb: Schools across the country may be flying in the face of the Education Ministry, by not letting unvaccinated children represent their school in sport... more
    Students are more concerned with fines, than catching Covid
    17 Feb: Students are more concerned with fines, than catching Covid... more
    No close contacts appear to have been generated at a Queenstown high school with a positive Covid-19 case
    17 Feb: No close contacts appear to have been generated at a Queenstown high school with a positive Covid-19 case... more
    Our medical schools are preparing for students to assist in hospitals, in the face of Omicron
    16 Feb: Our medical schools are preparing for students to assist in hospitals, in the face of Omicron... more

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