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Visa changes discourage potential international students

Recent visa changes may benefit international students currently studying in Australia but may discourage those looking to start their studies here in the near future.

ANU to host leading cancer researcher from 2021

The Australian National University (ANU) will be home to a large-scale cancer research program for the next eight years.

Merici College Principal joins TikTok trend

Boosting student morale amid a global pandemic came naturally to Merici College Principal Loretta Wholley; and all she had to do was download popular social media app TikTok.

ACT public school students could return to classrooms early

There is scope for some ACT public school students to return earlier than planned if some public health restrictions are loosened in the coming months.

UC continues to climb the ranks

The University of Canberra has held its title as the fastest rising university across the globe, ranking at number 18 on Times Higher Education Young University Rankings.

School holidays guide | Winter 2020

If you’re planning a staycation these winter school holidays, check out the advertisers in this special guide.

Measures to support Canberra-based foreign nationals

An ACT Government package will assist foreign nationals such as international students and temporary visa-holders ineligible for Commonwealth assistance.

Questacon reopens with launch to outer space

Canberra’s favourite one-stop science destination will reopen its doors this week, launching its new Mission to Mars experience.

Child care centre hurt by relief package

Designed to help the early childhood education and child care sector, the Federal Government’s support package has left some services feeling the...

ACT politicians thank schools for work during pandemic

School staff have faced a mountain of challenges of late, which is why on a number of ACT politicians have visited schools across Canberra to say thanks.