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Yamuloong - more than a training facility!

warren and_barry_yamuloongA funding boost has helped Aboriginal training facility Yamuloong put its best face forward in showcasing the region's Aboriginal culture and history.

Yamuloong is an Aboriginal owned and managed conference and training facility located on the land of the Awabakal people in Garden Suburb, Lake Macquarie.

The facility provides the general public and school groups with the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 11:07

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Northern Sydney Institute student receives 2012 Excellence Award

NM NEA_0262Deputy Director General, Pam Christie last night attended the 2012 TAFE NSW – Northern Sydney Institute (NSI) Excellence Awards at Ryde College to announce NSI's Student of the Year.

The Excellence Awards are NSI's premier annual award evening which acknowledges the outstanding achievements and academic results of students across 15 award categories.

Deputy Director General, Pam Christie presented...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 21 June 2012 13:12

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