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Barkly celebrates strong academic year

OHSStory supplied by Patrick Nelson

The Charles Darwin University's Barkly community celebrated a year of achievement with 32 graduands receiving certificates at the sixth annual presentation evening in Tennant Creek this week.

Centre Leader Kate Young congratulated families and friends for their ongoing support of students who had worked hard to develop their skills and increase their knowledge.

"It was...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 November 2012 23:16

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Nyungar scholar sets record straight

professor len_collardStory supplied by Benedict Moleta

An Indigenous expert from The University of Western Australia is working to unravel generations of confusion over the true meaning of Aboriginal place names throughout Perth and the South-West.

Australian Research Council Research Fellow Professor Len Collard, who was appointed to UWA's School of Indigenous Studies last month, said his...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 11:49

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