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Tasmania Needs Labor’s Jobs Plan
AHISA welcomes appointment of Hon Alan Tudge as Minister for Education and Youth
UNSW’s Info Day today is now an online-only event
Class of 2020 arises to Year 12 results and ATARs
Gateway artworks embrace cultural diversity
School of Rural Health contractor announcement, Dubbo
Universities congratulate new Education Minister
Catholic sector looks forward to working with new Federal Education and Youth Minister
McGowan Government delivers new sports pavilion for Ellenbrook
Nsw Government weekly update
Lectures to continue at Notre Dame University in 2021
Thousand Bauble Project results announced
Award-winning theatre show for students comes to Venue 114
Early English drama resources offer insights on theatre from Middle Ages to Shakespeare
Early English drama resources reveal insights on theatre from Middle Ages to Shakespeare
Scholar who created a world-class music school
First students in jobs after Premier’s Defence Industry Scholarship Program
Support for school leavers
Hawkesbury Library Writing Programs
Charles Darwin University city campus work delivers local jobs
Five tips for staying healthy over holidays
President lauds ‘transformational gift’ from Ann S. Bowers ’59
Recurring ‘Weather World’ segment takes viewers to space, beyond
University donates COVID testing booths to local community
Associate Professor Joshua Vogel is Alastair Lucas Prize winner
Student artworks bring Christmas cheer
New approaches to learning and teaching at Swinburne funded by Adobe
Help name Goolwa’s new high school
Ten university projects awarded grants to boost WA defence research
118 HSC students achieve top marks
TAFE graduates straight on job on major METRONET projects
Spectrum auction design: making money out of thin air
Labor applauds class of 2020
World-class facilities officially opened at Broome Senior High School
Headspace reminding young people to look after their mental health as year 12 students receive exam results
Notre Dame University joins discussion of business and ethics
Launch of Wangim Walk wave attenuator a key step in transforming Geelong Waterfront
$5 million for Campion College
Tasmanian Government Discounts and Concessions Guide launched
Clare has ‘perfect’ solution to attract youth to ag
Redfern Station upgrade gets tick of approval
JCU’s Ideas Lab – officially open for business
Victoria Police recognised for multicultural strengths
Tasmanian students receive their TCE results
Quantum insulators create multilane highways for electrons
HKUST Receives HK$20 Million from Mr. Andy Fei Chi-En in Support of University’s Innovation & Technology Research and Education
‘School Turned Into Nightmare After Attack In Nigeria’
Three generations of Indigenous women graduate from RMIT