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Space enthusiasts keyed for cosmic experience

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Space enthusiasts keyed for cosmic experience

Two Territory students are set to launch themselves into space-related engineering challenges, train as astronauts, and visit the International Space Station, the Moon or Mars.

Students turn orange

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Students turn orange

Chloe Rodda and Sophia Osborne eclipsed all competitors in the recently judged Wear Orange Wednesday (WOW Day) competition, an annual challenge inviting students across Australia to acknowledge the importance of SES volunteers in states and territories.

Hands over hearts a hit with judges

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Hands over hearts a hit with judges

Sarah Frankcombe has created an outstanding poster in the 2019 Say No To Bullying Poster Competition.

Hannah and The Doo enrich research cause

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Hannah and The Doo enrich research cause

Pink fairy Hannah Boucher Hope was a fashion statement not be ignored at this year’s Mother’s Day Classic — the annual fundraiser for Breast Cancer research.

Avenue for expression

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Avenue for expression

ShepTv has become a highly successful medium for advertising Shepherdson College’s activities to the local community.

Open Scars and Ceenah triumph at battle

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Open Scars and Ceenah triumph at battle

Indie rock band Open Scars was named top band at the NT Music School’s Battle of the School Bands finale.

Nicole, meet Alice

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Nicole, meet Alice

Nicole Wallace is the executive assistant to Trevor Read, the Alice Springs-based Senior Director School Improvement and Leadership.

Bradshaw students set to dazzle at major talent drawcard

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Bradshaw students set to dazzle at major talent drawcard

Bradshaw Primary School has entered 160 students in this year’s Centralian Eisteddfod.

Big storm no brake on band’s ambition

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Big storm no brake on band’s ambition

Cyclone Trevor didn’t stop Numbulwar School Band from winning a place at the NT Music School’s Battle of the School Bands finale.

Sue and Yeni markedly improve linguistic skills

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Sue and Yeni markedly improve linguistic skills

A language teaching unit barely two years old is achieving remarkable results with Transition to Year 6 students at Woodroffe Primary School.