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Pamela Dixon steps down

After teaching for nine years in England and 35 years in the Territory, Pamela Dixon has closed the door on a 44-year career.

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Tennant Creek takes cover

Shelter organisers were galvanized to prepare safe havens from Cyclone Trevor as the huge and unrelenting tempest bore down on the Northern Territory.

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Metui is feted as a young achiever

Metui Tongatua has won the Glencore McArthur River Mining Regional and Rural Initiative Award.

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Pampering is a deadly business

Deadly Daluks dropped into Gunbalanya Community Care to delight the elderly residents with a Pamper Morning.

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Aralia coffee shop opens

In a move to further boost the transition to work skills of Henbury School students, a new training site has been developed on Aralia Street in Nightcliff.

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Dr Karl airs at Jilkminggan

Jilkminggan School students were treated to a special STEM lesson when they Skyped world famous scientist and author, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki.

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The many faces of Brenton Toy

Brenton Toy is the highly respected coach of the Tiwi Bombers. The director of the department’s Transition Support Unit is widely recognised as a talented instructor and sports strategist that opposing teams underestimate at their peril.

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Larrakeyah Primary School strengthens its ties with Asia

Excelsior International School (pictured) in the Malaysian city of Johor Bahru is a sister-school of Larrakeyah Primary School.

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Colourful costumes mark Bradshaw's Harmony Day

Harmony Day at Bradshaw Primary School was a cosmopolitan gathering of 450 students.

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Teeny Weeny Yikiyikini

The second picture book authored by Milikapiti School children is being printed.