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    Under the Sea

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    This article reports on a survey of a 100-metre-long rocky reef located 11 kilometres off the Taranaki coast in New Zealand. Students from local high schools are partnering with divers, biologists, engineers, fishers, and local iwi to discover and record the plants and animals that make the reef their home. This article focuses on the survey methods being used and the different technologies involved in each method. Science and technology

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    Blood Sugar

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    Sarah Cook is a busy Year 10 student living with Type 1 diabetes. Diabetes is a disease that can affect your day-to-day life. Find out what Sarah does to manage her diabetes and make sure it doesn’t prevent her full and active lifestyle. Science

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    A Sinking Feeling

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    Mr Tuala’s class have lost the Boat Float competition and they want to figure out why. By learning more about density (and how it relates to floating a boat), they critique their original boat designs and use what they have learned to design and build new, more successful vaka. Science and technology

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    Don’t Sit if You Want to Keep Fit

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    Scientific evidence suggests that sitting for long periods of time can cause health problems and that standing and moving around is better for us. But as with all scientific evidence, we need to ask questions about the evidence to determine if it can be trusted. Science

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