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Talent on display at Vibe Alive Townsville

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The Vibe Alive Festival in Townsville has been hailed as a great success, with plenty of talent on display and lots of community support ensuring young people from many schools in the region enjoyed the fun-filled two-day event.

The Vibe Alive Festival was held at the Townsville Showgrounds on July 26 and 27 and over 37 schools from the state...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 13:46

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PaCE computer course helps parents communicate

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Toowoomba mother of three Tracey McGrady is more confident helping her son Jamahl, 12, with his homework and assignments these days after completing a Digital Literacy course.

Hosted by the education engagement project, PaCE Toowoomba, the four-day course went through the basics of computer use as well as more advanced research...

 

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