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Local Aboriginal Student of the Year TJ a finalist in WA awards

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Taylor-Jane (TJ) Bellotti is the first to admit she struggled with the standard "run-of-the-mill classroom" in high school. Fast forward a few years however, and this remarkable young woman is on a mission to live her dream.

"As a young child I knew I wanted to work with animals," TJ said.

"I had a deep passion to care for animals but my lack of...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 July 2013 20:08

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Reconciliation Event in the West part of Tauondi’s 40th

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Reconciliation Week was celebrated last week at Tauondi College, in partnership with Anglicare SA and Life Without Barriers, in a "Reconciliation Event in the West" at Port Adelaide.

More than 30 service providers attended with a range of activities and over 500 people came and enjoyed the day.

"At Tauondi we are making a contribution to reconciliation in a number of ways...

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 10 June 2013 10:43

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