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Going For Gold

Posted on 20 Jun 2009

Hon Heather Roy opening address to the SPELD New Zealand National Conference; Quality Hotel Plymouth International, New Plymouth; Saturday, June 20 2009.

Heather Roy's Diary

Posted on 14 Jun 2009

At a time when the media all too often focuses on young people who are in trouble or who are troubled, it can be easy develop a skewed perspective of our young people in general. It is easy to forget that the vast majority of our young people are hard-working and dedicated.

Heather Roy's Diary

Posted on 05 Jun 2009

When it comes to the education of their children, parents - often with advice - are best placed to determine what the right school is.

Celebrating Community Spirit

Posted on 08 Apr 2009

Hon Heather Roy Speech to celebrate the completion of the Sensory Panels Project; Maitai School, Tasman Street, Nelson; Wednesday, April 8 2009.

Independent Schools: Providing Real Choice in Education

Posted on 17 Mar 2009

Hon Heather Roy speech to the Independent Schools of New Zealand's CEO Day; Wellington Airport Conference Centre, Wellington; Tuesday, March 17 2009.

ACT's Education Pledge - And Winston's Money

Posted on 10 Aug 2008

Rodney Hide speech to ACT Auckland Regional Conference; Raye Freedman Arts Centre, Epsom Girls' Grammar; Sunday, August 10 2008.

Change Of Government AND Direction

Posted on 06 Jul 2008

Rodney Hide speech to ACT Wellington Regional Conference; The Museum Hotel, Cable St, Wellington; Sunday, July 6 2008

Heather Roy's Diary

Posted on 06 Jun 2008

On Thursday, I spoke to the NZEI – the Early Childhood and Primary Teachers' Union – about ACT's Education policy and went through, what can only be described as, one of those 'Daniel in the Lion's Den' experiences.

Heather Roy's Diary

Posted on 16 May 2008

The name 'Correspondence School' usually conjures romantic images of children working with their mother through a package of educational material in an isolated high country station while their father musters sheep on horseback.

Heather Roy's Diary

Posted on 09 May 2008

Finance Minister Dr Michael Cullen looked like an over-excited school boy as he was snapped playing with a model railway train carriage earlier this week.

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