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Bubbler advocates wield word power

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Bubbler advocates wield word power

Water bubblers became the focus of persuasive letter writing by a group of Clyde Fenton Primary School students.

Katherine girls show their spirit in Singapore

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Katherine girls show their spirit in Singapore

An all-girl touch rugby side from Katherine South Primary School challenged squads in Singapore during a recent five-day trip.

Rebecca is an excellence award finalist

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Rebecca is an excellence award finalist

Rebecca Clarke is a Teaching in the Territory Excellence Award finalist. The Berry Springs Primary School teacher is one of 14 contenders in the Primary Teacher of the Year category.

Books creating a buzz in Ngukurr

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Books creating a buzz in Ngukurr

The delivery of thousands of children’s books translated into a traditional language and Kriol is set to provide a boost to early learning in remote communities across the Northern Territory.

Warriors target NRM award

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Warriors target NRM award

Nightcliff Primary School is a finalist in the 2019 NT Natural Resource Management Awards.

Walungurru School stalwarts step down

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Walungurru School stalwarts step down

The collective service to Walungurru School of two retiring assistant teachers has been an extraordinary 63 years.

Danielle set to become Harvard scholar

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Danielle set to become Harvard scholar

Danielle Hall will participate in a new leadership program offered by the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Royal visit awes students

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Royal visit awes students

Sanderson Middle School staff and students received the royal treatment today with a special visit by His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.

Big Bro Lil’ Bro mentors make an impact

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Big Bro Lil’ Bro mentors make an impact

A group of U.S. Marines and U.S. Navy personnel visited Humpty Doo Primary School recently to join the school’s mentoring initiative for Indigenous students.

Deborah believes in a vibrant education system

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Deborah believes in a vibrant education system

Deborah Hodgkin doesn’t measure human bones anymore. The one-time PhD aspirant with a double major in anatomy and archaeology put aside the calcified pointers to human evolution, after realising she loved demonstrating university science and tutoring students.