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George’s owner Fiona had to fly back to Ireland earlier in the year due to poor health, leaving him with neighbours in Australia. Her health prevented her from going back to the country, and when her neighbours moved, George had to fend for himself. He wandered 20km until he was picked up and tracked via a microchip, before he was left in a local vet. Fiona couldn’t bear the thought of it, so her two friends Cait and Sara created a GoFundMe page in an attempt to get the €1,600 costs together to transport George home on the plane. They were faced with a €2,000 medical bill from the vet, just as they were approaching their goal but that didn’t stop them, and the donations kept rolling in. The fund was set up in late July, and FINALLY George was returned yesterday after a long flight. Fiona ...
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Penny Vakalopoulos, pemenang kategori Senior 2016, telah belajar Bahasa Indonesia selama 5 tahun dan sedang melakukan “gap year” di Indonesia. Cek video pidato kemenangannya: ‘Menurutmu, apakah dengan belajar bahasa kedua akan mengubah cara pandangmu terhadap dunia? Bagaimana? Mengapa?’ Video ini merupakan salah satu initiatip acara National Australia Indonesia Language Awards (NAILA). Untuk keterangan lebih lanjut mohon berkunjung ke http://naila.org.au/ Penny was the NAILA 2016 Senior Awardee. For more information on NAILA, visit the website: http://naila.org.au/ Follow NAILA on Facebook and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AIYANAILA https://twitter.com/aiya_naila
Since becoming an Independent State School Australind Senior High School in Western Australia has significantly evolved their performance and development practices. Self-reflection against the Standards, feedback from peers and the leadership team, classroom observation, and a professional learning program addressing classroom management and instructional strategies, are key components of their developing culture and cycle.
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http://ozoutback.com.au/ Senior Torres Strait Islander boys and girls from Djarragun College, a school for indigenous students near Cairns, Far North Queensland, Australia, perform dances from Murray Island in the Torres Strait Islands, accompanied by singing and drumming during the awards ceremonies at the school in 2005. They march onto the stage and the space in front of it, watched by the younger children and perform two stick dances. The first is accompanied by traditional chanting, the next by singing, with the snake skin covered drums providing the beat. At the end they march off, to the applause and whistles of an enthusiastic audience. For photos of Djarragun College Torres Strait Islander dancers please visit http://ozoutback.com.au/Australia/dctsidancers/index.html. http://yout...