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Amidst the turmoil, rentals stay the same

And you wonder why people are leaving? If there is lack of work and lack of jobs and high rentals why would they stay, as well as the problems in town that haven't changed, writes Anna Ponder.

 
UPDATE March 26, 8.40am: Tasmania has announced a 120-day moratorium on evictions.

An Indigemoji will make your point Centre-style

 

 

Designing emojis relevant to the participants' lives and culture is a way of increasing their digital skills and working to decolonise the internet, says Indigemoji creative director Leigh Harris: "Many had never used a tablet or any kind of design software before." he says. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Images from our rich history: collection is growing

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Harry Williams with friends building Ted Strehlow’s house at Jay Creek: One of the thousands of historical images in the public library collection created by BARRY ALLWRIGHT. He writes in our Rest & Reflection series today.

 

Town library responds to data safety fears

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New global service provider will provide new services, says manager. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

After three decades in Territory schools she's the best teacher in the country

What
does it take to be the best primary school teacher in Australia? To
have a warm and vivid presence might be part of it. Add imagination,
keenness, a strong sense of possibilities, interest in the world. Then
let's not forget experience, support from colleagues, and a school
environment where everyone is pulling on the same string to keep kids
happy and learning.

This teacher, Jo Sherrin, and this school, Bradshaw Primary, can be
found in west-side Alice Springs. Last Friday at a ceremony in Melbourne
Mrs Sherrin, one of two teacher-librarians at Bradshaw, was named the
nation's Primary School Teacher of the Year at the inaugural Australian
Awards for Outstanding Teaching and School Leadership. Pictured: Kaylana
Hagan (left) and Casey Lally with teacher-librarian Jo Sherrin, who's
been named the Best Primary School Teacher in Australia. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

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