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Indigenous education dreams brought to life

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"Once my girls are old enough, I would love to get a degree and some kind of scientific career. This course is just the first step on that path."

These are the words of Emerald Brewer, a 20 year old mother of two and a participant of Griffith's Hands Up! The Family Project.

Emerald says she is hoping to use the unique new Griffith...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 09:26

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Tyreece jumps to glory

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Tyreece Gyemore earned a week of free school lunches by setting a new 11-year-old boys' high jump record recently.

Cherbourg State School teachers were kept busy continually raising the bar a centimetre until Tyreece's success ran...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 09:25

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