Blake Frantz came close to quitting school entirely, until Hawker College careers adviser Chontel Green saw his ambition and believed in him.
As graduates look to the year ahead, it’s a lack of work experience making it difficult to decide what to study next, and when.
Using their skills for good in their own time, a pair of Lake Tuggeranong College students built a cyber security training package to help students in regional or remote areas teach themselves how to hack.
A new ANU Master of Professional Psychology program will, at full capacity, double the psychology workforce graduating in the ACT.
The Parents and Citizens Association of Red Hill Primary had big plans to celebrate the school’s 60th anniversary this year – but then COVID happened. However, the Red Hill Primary School community prides...
A new North Canberra Aboriginal family service has received $25,000 from the ACT Government to help with start-up costs.
Trans and gender diverse people face higher unemployment than the average population of Australia – but a gender diverse workplace benefits productivity, creativity and innovation, a University of Canberra researcher believes. Robin Ladwig,...
Despite receiving an early offer from ANU, Australian School-based Apprentice of the Year, Sebastian Connor, plans to continue down the path toward becoming a head chef.
A team of international scientists, including from the Australian National University have defied nature to make diamonds at room temperature in a laboratory in minutes.
Move over Isaac Newton! There’s a new gravity expert in town. A new children’s book by a renowned Australian scientist will teach children about the science behind gravity, via the story of...
Assistive Technology Australia was overwhelmed with the amount of interest in its Independent Living Centre pop-up on Tuesday, and is hoping for a more permanent arrangement in Canberra.
Palmerston District Primary School’s Mr Shaw was nominated for the Telstra Music Teacher of the Year ahead of the ARIA Awards on 25 November in Sydney, and if he wins it will be a first for the ACT.
In honour of two strong Aboriginal women and during NAIDOC Week 2020 (8-15 November) martial arts school Kumiai Ryu Weston Creek have awarded two youth scholarships to Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander students.