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After nearly four months of care, grooming and close personal attention to their Simmental x Poll Hereford steers, Caroline Chisholm College has won the 2019’s UniSchools Steer Challenge with a top score of 88 points.
Australia, like many other countries, is grappling with the problem of how to keep good teachers in schools, especially those who are early in their careers.
In 2015, Payne made Australian sport history by riding Prince Of Penzance to victory in the Melbourne Cup at 100-1 odds. She was the first female jockey in the Cup’s 155-year history to win the prestigious race.
Western Sydney University is launching its very first Giving Day – a flagship fundraising event that will ask supporters to donate to any one of the University initiatives they are most passionate about.
The community is invited to join much-loved children’s authors, poets and academics in a celebration of literacy and multilingualism at Western Sydney University’s upcoming Family Fun Day.
Western Sydney University student, Emma Seaman, has become the first female university cyber ambassador for the NSW Cyber Security Innovation Node — a nationally connected hub for cyber capability and innovation.