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Mythology, volcanoes, and moving plates

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Mythology, volcanoes, and moving plates

Australian Aboriginal geomythology is being used to teach plate tectonics at Sanderson Middle School.

Students’ stickers aim to boost Palmerston recycling

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Students’ stickers aim to boost Palmerston recycling

Wheelie bin stickers promoting domestic recycling are about to be released to schools, and the public.

Water central to four school meeting

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Water central to four school meeting

A recent Rural Enrichment Academic Challenge [REACh] attracted 46 gifted and high potential students from Humpty Doo, Bees Creek, Howard Springs and Girraween primary schools.

Rubin’s Rain is a Red Room front runner

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Rubin’s Rain is a Red Room front runner

A tree will be planted for each submission to this year’s Red Room Poetry contest, helping establish a Poem Forest in the Australian Botanic Garden.

Aphroditav publicists score space design win

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Aphroditav publicists score space design win

An advertisement for a Venus orbiting space settlement has won Division 5/6 of the national Junior Space Design Competition.

Innovative collegians create STEM solutions

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Innovative collegians create STEM solutions

STEM Innovation Academy students at Taminmin College are working to design a solution to contemporary engineering problems.

Resilience STEMs from fun games

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Resilience STEMs from fun games

​Making games — and a cardboard game arcade — has boosted the academic and personal development of Year 3/4 Moulden Park Primary School students.

Love, art, and a festival

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Love, art, and a festival

An Alice Springs art project highlighting affection was devised by Centralian Senior College student Isla Hooper.

Students spruik Venusian orbiter

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Students spruik Venusian orbiter

The Beyond the Stars Agency is one of two finalists in Division 5/6 of the national Junior Space Design Competition.

Senior fellas met for footy and fellowship

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Senior fellas met for footy and fellowship

The first Willowra School senior fellas camp rewarded 14 students for their regular attendance at the remote school.