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Bush and city bond in cultural interchange

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Bush and city bond in cultural interchange

A strong cultural bond has been forged between Milingimbi Preschool and Sydney’s Lady Game Community Kindergarten .

Courtney leads a great team

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Courtney leads a great team

Alice Springs-raised Courtney Ingham is a highly experienced corporate officer who favours fast-paced work environments, new learning opportunities, and amazing morning teas.

Remote recyclers feed local dogs

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Remote recyclers feed local dogs

Students at remote Yarralin School are providing working dogs with recycled human food.

Spaced out for Mars mission

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Spaced out for Mars mission

Two Palmerston College students who trained for a mission to Mars have returned from the U.S Space and Rocket Centre with expanded views about space exploration and their career options.

Darwin Middle School triumphs in challenge clash

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Darwin Middle School triumphs in challenge clash

Darwin Middle School topped the field of contenders in the Territory heat of the Science and Engineering Challenge.

Spreading the good word

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Spreading the good word

A positive message from students has become a Darwin Bus advertisement. The uplifting sentiment — Supporting students to feel safe, connected and valued — is the product of Student Voice Positive Choice.

Danielle delivers high-quality training in agriculture

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Danielle delivers high-quality training in agriculture

Alice Springs-based Danielle Brown works closely with secondary students pursuing careers in agricultural industries.

Craig values WILS work experience

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Craig values WILS work experience

Bachelor of Laws graduate Craig Marquet entered the department as a recipient of a Work Integrated Learning Scholarship in mid-2017.

Promoted to the prime position

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Promoted to the prime position

Christopher Oneill will take the helm of Numbulwar School, stepping-up from assistant principal to become a first-time principal.

Susan Bowden marks 16 years of service

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Susan Bowden marks 16 years of service

Susan Bowden has devoted much of her life to children’s education. Beginning as a teacher of performing arts in Queensland, Susan was an assistant principal, worked with the Queensland Arts Council, and in the productive pedagogies unit of the Queensland Department of Education.