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Early learning centre to complete Windermere educational infrastructure

Melbourne, March 1: A site has been acquired in Windermere and a proposal for a state-of-the-art early learning centre is currently in preparation for lodgement with the Department of Education and Training Victoria. Branded ‘Colours Early Learning’, the centre will complete Windermere’s commitment to providing educational facilities on-site, with two public

Rise in Top VCE achievers from State Schools – offered Scholarships

Melbourne, December 20: The wait was officially over for thousands of students who completed the final chapter of their secondary schooling this year, with results released December 14. A total of 43 top VCE achievers were offered a Melbourne Chancellor’s Scholarship. Minister for Education James Merlino congratulated more than 64,000 students across

School Students & Celebrities protest Climate Change, Adani

‘Strike 4 Climate Action’ brings thousands of students together across Australia Melbourne, December 1: Thousands of schoolchildren across Australia walked out of class on Friday, to demand action by the federal government on climate change. The “Strike 4 Climate Action”, inspired by 15 year old Swedish student Greta Thunberg, brought together children in capital

Prof Shitij Kapur & Prof Prashanthan Sanders elected AAHMS Fellows

Melbourne, October 11: The Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS) has elected 37 new Fellows, including Prof Shitij Kapur & Prashanthan Sanders in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the health and well being of Australians and to the medical research community in Australia. 12 of the 37 elected Fellows

Mobiles to be faster, thinner and flexible – Ankur Sharma’s semiconductor

International student Ankur Sharma invents semiconductor that can convert electricity into light very efficiently and is bendable Sydney, October 5: As technology updates and improves constantly, it also leaves behind an enormous e-waste that all goes to the landfill. Australia produces 200,000 tonnes of e-waste every year, generated by discarded electronic

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