The Mother’s Day fundraiser for breast cancer has again benefited from the resolute efforts of The Doo.
Four Central Australian students have been awarded large cash prizes for twice winning this year’s My Home – The Territory contest.
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.
Bubblers and fountains at Clyde Fenton Primary School have been turned off in a bid to combat coronavirus.
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.
Territory Day is different this year - no fireworks, but the Northern Territory Government is offering three CRACKER PRIZES for students who make a video we can share to celebrate Territory Day 2020.
Singalongs at the remote Amunturrngu community — and neighbouring outstations — have become cultural celebrations observing anti-viral protocols.
A challenge has been issued to Northern Territory schools to produce their best rap or music video targeting Covid-19 safety.
Health workers testing for coronavirus in the Katherine region will receive about 70 face shields manufactured by eight Taminmin College students.
An industrial laser cutter lately installed at Ramingining School is enticing students to explore new avenues of creativity.