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Poetry and artworks by public school students to mark our national day of remembrance of war veterans and defence personnel.
Members of the Student Voice in the Arts Council reflect on what inspires them to be involved in creative and performing arts projects.
Applications are now open to be part of the council that will be the peak forum through which NSW Education Minister Sarah Mitchell will consult with students.
Year 12 student Cordelia Lloyd explains how a group of rural students are influencing government policy.
Lomandra School student Damien McKilbride shares his experience of Movember.
Wagga Wagga secondary students are bringing festive fun to a neglected demographic.
Some of our youngest schoolkids have turned their studies into practical help for others at Christmas.
A global leadership initiative is reaching out to Australian students.
Quirindi High School student Jackson Worley has secured a prestigious national scholarship.
A creative competition on culture has seen students share their stories about racism, stereotypes and diversity.
Riley Saban is using technology to conquer the world.
When Tracey Ly covered her body in hurtful words for a short film she could not have expected the reaction.