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School gardens help communities grow

school gardensStory and image supplied by Georgia McCabe

A number of Arnhem Land schools have been rewarded for their innovative school gardens.

The Arnhemland Progress Aboriginal Corporation (ALPA) turned forty in June. To celebrate they held the EduGrow School Garden Awards.

Schools from Galiwin'ku, Gapuwiyak, Minjilang, Milingimbi and Ramingining joined the celebrations by entering the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2012 14:52

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Yarralin locals graduate in Construction

yarralin graduatesStory and image supplied by Layla Kirchhoff

Four local men from Yarralin have officially graduated from Charles Darwin University, newly qualified with the Certificate III in Civil Construction and Plant Operations.

Warick Campbell, Reginald King, Roy Macmillan, and Laurie Mambuloo received their certificates from the Indigenous Valedictory Ceremony, held to recognise the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 15:19

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