Twenty-five Ntaria School students have travelled 125 kilometres of Western Aranda country on horseback, to ride in the Alice Springs ANZAC Parade tomorrow 25 April 2018.
A new learning program in northeast Arnhem Land is using traditional knowledge to bridge the gap to mainstream education, teaching students leadership and employment skills.
More than 50 Yirrkala School students and teachers performed in a theatre production of the Yolngu creation story ‘Yawulngura’ at the Arts Centre last night.
Titjikala School assistant teacher Roger Wilyuka was twice honoured at the Northern Territory Young Achiever Awards at Skycity, Friday 13 May.
The artistry of 100 students from Nightcliff Primary School and Darwin Middle School is the focus of an exhibition at the Lucky Bat Café in Nightcliff.
The courtyard of the Darwin City Council building will reverberate to the sound of racing sofas as schools compete in the annual couch surfing contest.
A girl’s football team from Clyde Fenton Primary School scored a resounding 47 point victory over grand final opponents Jingili Primary School at TIO Stadium on 5 April.
Hamilton Downs Station recently hosted the Central Land Council’s week-long ranger camp, and Amunturrngu Community College students attended as representatives of the first school to ever be invited to the annual gathering.
Elite athletes from Casuarina Senior College have the opportunity to attend a Canberra camp as participants in the college’s High Performance Sports Program.
Rheumatic Heart Disease affects many young people in communities across the Northern Territory. The condition is defined as damage to one or more heart valves due to Acute Rheumatic Fever, caused by streptococcus bacteria.