Kicking off a trades career with an apprenticeship isn't the wild west scenario it used to be.
On Monday May 8th, 12-year-old Amelia Lockley is taking a day off school and flying down to Parliament to teach New Zealand’s political leaders how to code, and to share the importance of teaching coding to all young New Zealanders.
New Zealand is facing a major shortage of IT experts to help small and medium-sized businesses benefit from exciting technological advances, says the head of Google New Zealand.
Huffington Post editor is "inspired" by young newshounds.
Young New Zealanders who take on apprenticeships or earn-as-you learn work programmes have an easier climb to the property ladder, say supporters of the sector.
If you needed further proof that a trade could be a lucrative career move, look no further than the Bay of Plenty.
As at November last year, there were 64 cranes on Auckland's skyline, more than in any of the 11 American cities tracked by the RLB Crane Index.
The eSports phenomenon is tearing through high schools across New Zealand.
EIT is responding to a shortage of plumbers and gas fitters in Hawke's Bay's with a pre-trades programme that saw all nine of 2016's graduates securing jobs in the industry.
A Rotorua scheme is empowering young apprentices fresh out of study.