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Government stonewalls questions about children’s education

By JULIUS DENNIS While the ministers responsible are stonewalling enquiries from the Alice Springs News, the level of education being received by more than 100...

Education bus tours: Alice slow in grasping opportunity

By JULIUS DENNIS Educational tour operators say that there are not enough places to stay the night in Alice Springs to meet the “huge influx”...

Could remote secondary education reduce youth crime in Alice?

OpEd by RALPH FOLDS A 10-year Australian National University study of a Top End school is challenging government policy relying on boarding schools to deliver secondary...

Education, youth crime, fracking: Live election issues



“If and only if the national Aboriginal art gallery is really, really good at a national level, the CBD, and everything else will follow. But concentrate first on what is best for art.” So says Maya Cifali (pictured) in our fourth instalment of Alice Votes, produced by JULIUS DENNIS.

Incentives for teachers is only one small step: COGSO

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Incentives need to be provided in all regional and remote communities across the Northern Territory, such as the removal of HELP debts for substantial work periods in these roles, writes TABBY FUDGE (pictured), president of the Northern Territory Council of Government School Organisations.

Scholarships of up to $60,000 for Aboriginal students

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$15,000 a year for "Aboriginal Territorians who want to pursue a career in education" announced by Minister for Education Selena Uibo (pictured) this morning.

Mother of girl 'denied education' contacts Children's Commissioner




The school principal at the centre of the scandal tried to stop truant children from taking part in government provided sports and recreation activities, says a former youth worker at Wilora. Ministers Lawler and Wakefield (pictured) did not respond to requests for comment. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Chris Tudor's mission: Top education for Outback kids




In three decades St Philip's College headmaster Chris Tudor made a dream come true that started during his childhood in Broken Hill. He spoke with ERWIN CHLANDA.


30 years as headmaster in private school boom




Chris Tudor (pictured with students) came for three years and stayed for 30 to lead St Philip's College. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Voting change CLP's bid to stay in power: Independents




Independent candidate Phil Walcott (pictured), who will be standing against Chief Minister Adam Giles in Braitling, says the planned introduction of optional preferential voting is a cynical bid by the government to cling to power. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


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