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Hairdresser High School

hairdressingby Traci Williams

Three young Aboriginal students at Evans River K-12 School in northern NSW have jumped at the opportunity to take part in a new hairdressing course introduced at the school this academic year.

And on completion of the academic year course, the students can apply for a hairdressing apprenticeship if they want to pursue a career in the industry.

Two of the students are 14...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 17 March 2012 10:02

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Football career sparks passion for youth work

joey griffithsStory and image supplied by Heather Smith

Former St George Illawarra five-eighth Joey Griffiths is keen to kick some goals as the new youth worker for Mindaribba Local Aboriginal Land Council.

The 29-year-old said his new role was the opportunity he had been searching for to make a real difference in the lives of Aboriginal youth in his home town.

"I grew up around Newcastle and went to...

 

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