On 19 February 1942, enemy forces launched air raids on Darwin. It was the largest single attack by a foreign power on Australia. The attack caused hundreds of Australian defence force personnel and civilians to lose their lives, with countless others injured.
The impact of two-way leaning in Northern Territory Schools has been recognised in a new publication by the CSIRO.
Kira Vanderkley is on her way to realising her dream of opening her own workshop after being recognised as one of the Territory’s top apprentices.
Vicki Baylis is set to retire to her rural Far North Queensland birthplace.
Nightcliff Primary School teacher and tennis fanatic Mathew Ryan had the experience of a lifetime attending the Australian Open Schools Forum last month.
The ability to work on a range of projects for the Department of Education and the strong connections made with staff have been nominated as some of the benefits of the Graduate Development Program by participants.
The first day of the 2020 school year was extra special this year with the official opening of the Northern Territory’s newest school.
A highly accomplished tennis team from Nightcliff Primary School mounted spirited attacks at the 2020 Brisbane International Schools Challenge State Finals on 9 and 10 January.
Students became serious skippers when world champion rope jumper Luke Boon made a stopover at Katherine-based Clyde Fenton Primary School on 5 December.
Late last year a water bubbler became the focus of persuasive letter writing by a group of Clyde Fenton Primary School students.