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Adrian Piccoli, NSW Education Minister (middle-right) at the launch of For Keeps, the anthology celebrating The School Magazine's centenary. Photo: Fiora Sacco

‘The School Magazine’ turns 100; where to next?

Established in 1916 to provide local school kids a distraction from the horrors of the First World War, The School Magazine, produced by the New South Wales Education Department, is the world’s longest running children’s literary magazine. It has just celebrated it’s 100th birthday.

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