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Mentoring by Rugby League stars puts teenagers on positive life path

chris sandowRugby League stars are spearheading a ground breaking "school-to-work" scheme by helping Indigenous teens move successfully from the classroom into employment or further studies.

Some of the game's big names have signed on as ambassadors for the Learn Earn Legend Program which, according to a Federal Department of Education website, aims to motivate young Indigenous Australians to "stay at school, get that...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 14:08

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Beale back to brilliant best as the Wallabies trounce Pumas

kurtley bealeA laser controversy couldn't stop the severely depleted Wallabies notching a Rugby Championship victory of great guts and character over Argentina at Rosario in Argentina on Sunday.

In a momentous win which should ensure besieged coach Robbie Deans stays in his post at least until the end of the year, Australia overcame their terrible injury woes, a desperate Pumas side and rabid home crowd support for a...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 14:07

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