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Minyerri Marjory makes a difference!

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Minyerri Marjory makes a difference!

A woman described as an extraordinary mentor and communicator has been officially honoured for 21 years’ service to the department.

Hard rock and kind intent

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Hard rock and kind intent

Stones marked with uplifting sentiments greet visitors at the entrance to Batchelor Area School.

Homeland iPads help teachers and Yolŋu students

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Homeland iPads help teachers and Yolŋu students

Apple has loaned iPads to teachers and students of four government schools on the Gove Peninsula.

Simple stir fry becomes cooking clip

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Simple stir fry becomes cooking clip

Making a beef and vegetable stir fry has become a VAMPtv video . The cooking segment demonstrates the simplicity of preparing nutritious meals on a limited budget.

Croker kids conjure dragon karma

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Croker kids conjure dragon karma

Croker Island children aim to step into the belly of a marine monster. The seagoing leviathan is a seven-metre long dragon boat — dubbed The Bunyip — to be built by Mamaruni School students.

Pink emblematic of cancer combat

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Pink emblematic of cancer combat

The Mother’s Day fundraiser for breast cancer has again benefited from the resolute efforts of The Doo.

Two time triumphant school is feted

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Two time triumphant school is feted

Four Central Australian students have been awarded large cash prizes for twice winning this year’s My Home – The Territory contest.

Tree charts community bonds

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Tree charts community bonds

A sizeable family tree created by Mulga Bore School students, their parents, and members of the community, is demonstrating societal links to the mother and father of Tommy Bird Mpetyane and renowned painter Lindsay Bird Mpetyane.

Bottles replace bubblers in coronavirus challenge

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Bottles replace bubblers in coronavirus challenge

Bubblers and fountains at Clyde Fenton Primary School have been turned off in a bid to combat coronavirus.

Buzz Bunch busy with bee research

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Buzz Bunch busy with bee research

Bees buzzing at Berry Springs School are the subjects of a long-term student science project. The research is examining the survival, population dynamics and diet of the native insects.