Nicole Wallace is the executive assistant to Trevor Read, the Alice Springs-based Senior Director School Improvement and Leadership.
Bradshaw Primary School has entered 160 students in this year’s Centralian Eisteddfod.
Cyclone Trevor didn’t stop Numbulwar School Band from winning a place at the NT Music School’s Battle of the School Bands finale.
A language teaching unit barely two years old is achieving remarkable results with Transition to Year 6 students at Woodroffe Primary School.
Marcia Harvey is set to receive the Presidential Citation for Outstanding Service to the Australasian Association of Distance Education Schools, an award acknowledging excellent contributions to the association.
After teaching for nine years in England and 35 years in the Territory, Pamela Dixon has closed the door on a 44-year career.
Shelter organisers were galvanized to prepare safe havens from Cyclone Trevor as the huge and unrelenting tempest bore down on the Northern Territory.
Metui Tongatua has won the Glencore McArthur River Mining Regional and Rural Initiative Award.
Deadly Daluks dropped into Gunbalanya Community Care to delight the elderly residents with a Pamper Morning.
In a move to further boost the transition to work skills of Henbury School students, a new training site has been developed on Aralia Street in Nightcliff.