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Lucy Lonnqvist and Poppy Briggs from St Mary's Anglican Girls School in WA were among the national winners. Photo: Supplied

PISA was a low point but we’re still a nation of inventors

Despite what we constantly hear about tests like PISA and NAPLAN, a national invention competition suggests Australian kids can still think creatively and solve pressing world problems.

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