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Scholarship created by a family’s love

Diagnosed with cerebral palsy, Gabby Robberds was just two when she passed away in 2010 and is remembered for her smile and...

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.

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...

Report recommends relocating AIATSIS

The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) has been flagged for expansion and relocation in a new report...

Geoscientist challenging gender stereotypes in STEM

Antarctic geoscientist Dr Steph McLennan has challenged gender stereotypes and bias in the STEM field since entering the workforce in 2015.

Early learning and child care sectors fear mass closures

Mass service closures could be on the horizon for the early learning and child care sector if the Federal Government doesn’t step in with further support.

Bush tucker garden an edible education

Sustainable food production and traditional Indigenous practices are being highlighted at Nicholls Early Childhood Centre with the introduction of a bush tucker...

45 years of teaching: ‘a difficult job and getting harder’

Stephen Ford has been a teacher for 45 years, and despite two attempts at retirement, is back working in an ACT classroom, this time at Erindale College.

ANU to launch cutting-edge space facility

Australia and the world will soon be able to access massive amounts of locked away data captured in space at incredibly fast...

UC declares ‘game on’ for esports gaming

It wasn’t too long ago that gaming was considered an isolating experience pursued in one’s own bedroom.