A primary school student has been disciplined after stabbing another child with a pair of scissors inside a classroom.
Classmates of twin girls killed in a car crash in the Wheatbelt are being supported by their Mandurah school after the tragic deaths, with the principal writing to parents to inform them of the ‘very sad news’.
Bethany Hiatt and Jake Dietsch
Urgent testing for asbestos has begun at a popular Sydney shoreline walk, as the state rushes to locate the sites where the contaminated mulch was used.
Students at a Sydney school have been left in limbo after a large amount of asbestos-contaminated mulch was incorrectly used in garden beds.
Questions have been raised as to why the government took more than a month to engage specialist firefighters as it races to locate asbestos-riddled mulch.
New Zealand's Labour party has launched a petition to keep relationships and sexuality education in schools as the government considers replacing the policy.
North Albany Senior High School teacher Richard Hall has been awarded a $10,000 Toyota Community Trust STEM Teachers Scholarship in recognition of being one of Australia’s top STEM public school teachers.
The venue where Taylor Swift is about to perform a four-show run is being thoroughly tested for the deadly material.
A pledge to build 100 public preschools in three years is set to double the number available to NSW families.
Luke Costin and Samantha Lock
There was public outcry when ham and fairy bread were listed as school lunch no-no’s this week.
No muesli bars. No food in wrappers. Fruit or veg only for morning tea. Parents are being confronted with a dizzying array of dos and don’ts when it comes to providing the ‘right’ food in their kid’s lunchbox.
Residents are becoming increasingly concerned as the number of public sites contaminated by asbestos continues to increase.
A new housing strategy is part of a NSW government plan to retain more teachers in some of the state's most isolated communities.
A record number of early childhood scholarships have been issued to attract workers, while 49 new public preschools will be built in rural and regional NSW.
Samantha Lock and Steven Deare
‘We can’t even have ham and cheese pockets but we can have a KFC and McDonald’s and a Starbucks twinkling at the kids over the oval.’
Gabrielle Becerra Mellet
Her children came home from school to find her bound and gagged body in her bedroom with her baby crying in the next room.
A system that rewards Year 12s who choose to study harder maths subjects with bonus points is being scrapped in a bid to make it fairer and more consistent.
At least 25 sites across the city have been found to contain garden mulch contaminated with the deadly material.
Australians have long cherished the notion that people deserve a fair go. However, many activist groups now weaponise that notion through language of equality to lay siege to freedoms long held by the public.
Abdullah Khan & Mark Spencer
A Goldfields school contaminated by mercury is expected to remain shut for at least the next two weeks as the Opposition calls for every student to get tested.
Federal bureaucrats have apologised to taxpayers after blowing $290,000 on work trips and meetings at five star restaurants.
Parents at a crowded inner-city school are pleading with the State Government for more space and urgent upgrades after teachers were forced to give up their break room.
A primary school will be shut for weeks after an asbestos contamination, as it was revealed there could be hundreds of impacted sites across Sydney, including hospitals and parks.
Angie Raphael and Madeleine Achenza
A prestigious Subiaco daycare centre has vowed to rebuild after a fire gutted the building last week.
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