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One of the suicide bombers involved in the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday completed his postgraduate education in Australia. Sri Lanka junior defence minister Ruwan Wijewardene told reporters on Wednesday that many of the bombers
A near-term RBA rate cut is now a real possibility following the release of another weak Australian inflation report on Wednesday. Consumer price inflation (CPI) was unchanged in the March quarter and rose by just 1.3% over the year.
At this special Insights session for International Women's Day, the focus was on the low uptake of advanced mathematics by girls in school. It explored the causes of low STEM uptake among school students, the implications, and what we can do about
There was a hive of excited Foundation students at Guthrie Street Primary School yesterday as the school went back for term two.Fifty-eight youngsters piled into their classrooms at the Shepparton school, excited for another term of learning.There
Brisbane’s inner-city classrooms are reportedly under immense strain, as demand for student places surge up to 50 per cent. At least 13 state schools have seen student enrollment increase by more than 30 per cent in four years, while the state
A seven-year-old boy in Barberton, Ohio, who is battling cancer got quite the welcome when he returned to school on April 23. Carly Young shared footage of her son, Tommy, being escorted by the Barberton Police Department back to school at Barberton
Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard helped his former high school teacher to change a tire in Lake View, South Carolina, on Sunday, April 22. Leonard, 23, saw his former biology teacher Martha Isbell stranded on the side of the road with
By Leith van Onselen Hot on the heels of Dr Bob Birrell’s damning report on Australia’s ballooning international student trade, and the erosion of education standards, universities have come out swinging, denying there are problems.
Melbourne University student Chris Kounelis says his tertiary institution is using union fees to fund radical 'left wing lunacies.'Melbourne University has been criticised after it offered a workshop where 'white males' and students who look like