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Matty Adopts-a-School

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The year three students at Currajong State School could hardly believe who turned up to take their reading class recently.

In the library to spend an hour reading stories to them, and listening to the kids' reading talents, was star Cowboys fullback Matthew Bowen who was making his monthly visit to the school as part of the Stockland...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2012 14:55

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Cherbourg Mayor says education a must for future

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Ken Burra Bone saw many younger siblings and other children die before they were five years old on Cherbourg's mission.

"It was because disease easily affected kids," the 65-year-old mayor of the town said.

"Today we're very lucky. We have choppers fly in and it's less than an hour away to the main hospitals."

Cr Bone said the world...

 

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