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Minister Bourke encourage students to read more on Indigenous Literacy Day

editor with_studentsBy National Indigenous Times reporter Rhonda Hagan

ACT Minister for Education and Australia's first Indigenous dentist, Dr Chris Bourke has encouraged students from Canberra to "read more and to fall in love with reading".

 

Dr Bourke, a proud Kamilaroi man, told Indigenous students at Tinbinbilla about the life of his father's sister, his Aunty, who celebrated her 79th...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 September 2012 14:09

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Students’ story-telling cuts through the smoke

student and_teacherStudents from six schools in the West Australian South Metropolitan area have been working on a 30 second television commercial for the past few months to promote an anti-smoking message for 'Smarter than Smoking'.

In the final stages of production, students are putting to use their skills acquired from Murdoch University training sessions on how to develop an idea into a script and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 September 2012 14:01

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