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Identity in a minute

Darwin High School student Mfaume Kakozi is the Territory winner of the SBS National Youth Week short film contest, this year adopting identity as the theme.

The 18-year-old Congo-born competitor, and former war refugee in Malawi, is one of five interstate winners to express his individuality and narrate his unique story in a one-minute video.

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Mud, trenches, and horrifying destruction

The Northern Territory winner of The Simpson Prize is the second Palmerston Senior College student set to tour World War 1 battlefields ahead of the Anzac Day ceremony at Villers-Bretonneaux in France.

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Showcasing outstanding talent

A display of art produced by former Year 12 students is now showing at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.

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DHS students assist veterans

The 75th anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin was an opportunity for Darwin High School students to help transport more than 30 veterans and evacuees — many in their 90s — attending events commemorating the airborne attacks.

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Students give voice to new perspectives

Student leaders are using new techniques to identify and address student-related issues at Taminmin College.

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Farm Driver benefits from Coles partner program

Coles staff visited Driver Primary School.

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Room for drama

Drama education at Ross Park Primary School is benefiting from new space.

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Rugby Academy at Katherine South Primary School

The school is attracting players willing to commit to good behaviour, regular attendance at school, and three rugby training sessions each week.

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The Holocaust – new perspectives

Studies of the Holocaust aims to raise awareness of the genocide.

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Media statement – Temporary school closures – Update 2 February 2017

Following extensive heavy rain throughout the Territory, access to a number of remote schools in the Alice Springs and Barkly regions has been affected.

Due to impassable roads the following remote schools remain temporarily closed until further notice.