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Alzira’s terrific life stems from school

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Alzira Conlon's education allowed her to crush social barriers, have an exotic travel life and take opportunities as they came.

The quietly spoken Cherbourg Community health worker exudes a gentle strength that has taken her to what many today would believe to be no-go zones.

Afghanistan, Israel, Iran, Pakistan, India, Hong Kong, much of south-east Asia and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 31 January 2013 16:43

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Learning curve from bush to big smoke

Sarah Treacy_and_her_sister_Rebekaby Justine Ferrari, National Education Correspondent, The Australian

Sarah Treacy has long walked in two worlds. The daughter of a Kija woman from the East Kimberley region and a non-indigenous father from Tamworth, Sarah grew up in Broome, spending Christmas in Sydney with her father's family and July out bush with her mother's people.

"Broome is in the...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 20:36

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