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Amelia is thoroughly enjoying her job

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Amelia is thoroughly enjoying her job

Forrest Parade School is Amelia Dlask’s first teaching appointment. The one-time New South Wales resident and Southern Cross University graduate is enjoying her second year at the specialist school in Palmerston.

Kintore crocs clash in watery dash

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Kintore crocs clash in watery dash

A race involving 1000 crocodiles is not unusual in Katherine. But the competitors are not the ferocious denizens of the Katherine River. Instead, the challengers are plastic green and yellow fundraisers for Kintore Street School.

Circus enthrals and educates students

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Circus enthrals and educates students

A skeleton of steel on the oval of Milikapiti School signalled the arrival of Circus Oz.

Pauline’s contributions to education recognised

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Pauline’s contributions to education recognised

Pauline Davenport has been a teacher for 42 years, and a resident of Tennant Creek for 31 years.

Labradors illustrate important life lessons

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Labradors illustrate important life lessons

Cuddly canines Roxy and Quinton received a lot of affection from Karama School students during a recent visit.

Andrew Lloyd works to provide education options

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Andrew Lloyd works to provide education options

A former engineer and teacher at two country NSW schools is now the Transition Support Unit’s senior manager.

Across America – Kirra’s endurance ride

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Across America – Kirra’s endurance ride

Kirra Dyer is racing a non-stop clock in Tour Divide 2019, a gruelling 4,418km mountain bike race from Canada to New Mexico.

Whopping celebration at Teeny Weeny launch

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Whopping celebration at Teeny Weeny launch

The second picture book created by Milikapiti School students — Teeny Weeny Yikiyikini — was launched last week by National Indigenous Television presenter Natalie Ahmat.

Acacia Hill students’ benefit from physiotherapy partnership

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Acacia Hill students’ benefit from physiotherapy partnership

Postgraduate physiotherapy students from Flinders University have just finished their inaugural placement at Acacia Hill School.

Poetry in First Languages

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Poetry in First Languages

Arrernte, English, and the red dust of Alice Springs, enriched the recent Poetry in First Languages workshops attended by Centralian Senior College and Ltyentye Apurte Catholic School students.