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Darlington’s young technologist

A PASSION for artificial intelligence and nano-biotechnology has seen Darlington’s Jeremiah Webb awarded a $15,000 scholarship. The Westpac Young Technologists Scholarship supports high potential students who are passionate about technology and eager to explore its potential for good. The Murdoch ...

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Double trouble

By Claire Ottaviano HELENA College teachers and students can be forgiven for seeing double on Monday as six sets of twins start in one year group. Five of the six sibling sets are existing students transitioning from middle school in ...

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Mary’s Mount turns 100

By Melissa Sheil MARY’S Mount Primary School in Gooseberry Hill reopens its doors to students next week for its 100th year, celebrating the occasion with a year of festivities. Originally opening as an all-boys school in 1921 by the Sisters ...

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Family centre pleas heard at State level

Woodlupine Family Centre

By Melissa Sheil A COMMUNITY push to save a Forrestfield family centre has continued in State Parliament with the tabling of a 700-signature petition asking for funding cuts to be reversed. As reported in Woodlupine Family Centre rallies against closure ...

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Upgrades in motion for primary schools

By Melissa Sheil WATTLE Grove Primary School is the latest  Eastern suburbs school set to receive a spruce up as a part of the McGowan government’s $492 million commitment to modernising public schools. SPH Architecture + Interiors has been appointed ...

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Firefighter’s sign of success

THROUGHOUT his 13-year firefighting career, an issue has played on the mind of Midland Fire Station senior firefighter Michael Hatfield. A quest to do something about that issue has snagged the 35-year-old Mt Helena resident a WA Career Fire and ...

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Former head boy takes the lead

By Claire Ottaviano SWAN View Senior High School’s youngest Parents and Citizens Association (P&C) president has taken the stand. Jane Brook 18-year-old and 2019 school head boy Liam McCracken was put forward by members of the P&C to be not ...

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