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This is a great video that shows kids the value of giving up a small amount of time every day to achieve something amazing. The video has been shown at events in Australia, the UK and the USA and has … Continue reading
The Australian Women in Agriculture (AWiA) national project, Leadership and Decision Making in Agriculture, featuring a workshop, dinners and meetings in Canberra, from 29 October to 1 November, is an opportunity to learn and network with other young women. AWiA … Continue reading
The National Computer Science School (NCSS) is a week-long summer school for students going into years 11 and 12. NCSS brings together talented young people from around Australia for an intensive course of computer programming and website development in the … Continue reading
In many parts of the world people are struggling for something we have. It is democracy. On Thursday 15 September, I hope Australians to take a minute will think about our own democracy and what we want from it. At … Continue reading
Comparing climate change strategies.
This morning I’m joining The Minister for Mental Health and Ageing, Mark Butler and fellow Members of Parliament, mental health stakeholders and the public for a coffee and a slice of cake at Parliament House on 15 September to encourage … Continue reading
One of the regular events in Parliament House is a working lunch – like the Lunch and Learn session as part of the Aboriginal Children’s Hearing Health Forum on September 20. During this session, there will be a panel of … Continue reading
Out-migration after a natural disaster Viewpoint: The Economic Vitality Report, Issue 4 Commonwealth Bank has released an interesting new report focusing on the impact on personal income and economic outlook, following some significant natural disasters on the Australian economy. “The … Continue reading
Have a look at what Queensland Education has to say about ‘cap that!’ at Toowong State School!