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Huonville High hits the jackpot in Abu Dhabi

This southern Tasmanian school has long had a dream to be a beacon for a better world. Now it’s getting reward for its effort. For years, Huonville High under its former principal, Alison Grant, sought to become a beacon for … Continue reading

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Science: it pays to start them young

Carl Sagan showed us all how inspiring science can be. [8 May 2012 | Peter Boyer] Flickering black and white reception made it hard to be enthusiastic about television in rural Tasmania in 1982. But for 13 wonderful weeks that … Continue reading

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