New devices introduced to improve Kelburn Normal School’s digital literacy.
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The 2013 New Zealand census results have been released, with initial figures shedding light on population growth, housing and education.
The figures, released yesterday, showed about a quarter of New Zealanders are born overseas.
Meridian Energy submitted its resource consent application for Brooklyn Turbine upgrade last week.
Wellington City Council are looking to develop more apps for the city’s parks.
KIWIS are getting more mobile via broadband, but maybe not as fast as we may think, or as fast mobile marketers of broadband services would like.
A third of all households used a mobile phone to access the internet last year, according to a Statistics New Zealand report. YONG CHOO LEE reports.
THE GROWTH of 3D printing in Wellington has online designers excited about its potential. NEWSWIRE TEAM reports.
Skype date with Indonesian classroom one of their many digital experiences.
Exhibit shows ‘fly-throughs’ of the past, present and future of Wellington.
INTEREST IN Wairarapa history is rising as people want to investigate where they came from. District archivist Gareth Winter says over the past five years, enquiries to the Wairarapa archives have tripled.
PACIFIC YOUTH in New Zealand can raise awareness on climate change in the Islands with technology they use every day. 350 Aotearoa spokesperson Koreti Tiumalu says tools we take for granted such as the internet and social media can help give people in the islands a powerful voice on climate change.
ICT graduates critical to economic strategy, say submissions.
New principal says phones, electronics okay at school
Four city buses have no black smoke coming out their back ends, all because of a new kind of fuel developed in the Hutt, reports KATE MELZER.
Interactive whiteboards make school days fun.
Technology isn’t really keeping up with the imagination, writes KYLIE KLEIN NIXON. Where are the robot buddies Science Fiction promised us?
Being bullied is not a life sentence, says TORY REGAN. Children need to know bullying will end, and be proud that they are different.
Groups say technology and hoodies are not only for the young.
Gracefield School pupils are proud of their new technology.
Classrooms use web to connect from school to home.