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Brisbane teacher faces grooming charges

A Brisbane high school teacher alleged to have groomed a 15-year-old has been committed to stand trial – but her lawyer says the boy disagrees that he was taken advantage of. Chelsea Jane Edwards, 29, was a sports co-ordinator at Indooroopilly State High School and living on ...

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‘Nerding out’ at Grok Academy’s computer camp

In the second week of January, 160 year 11 and 12 students gathered to learn about coding, cryptography, cyber security and generative artificial intelligence at ed-tech charity Grok Academy's school holidays computer science camp. Designed to address Australia's tech skills ...

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NSW class of 2023 first in course celebrated

One hundred and twenty-eight NSW teens celebrated ranking first in their final exam subjects on Wednesday, surrounded by their teachers and families. NSW Deputy Premier Prue Car congratulated the HSC top achievers at the University of Western Sydney's Parramatta campus. ...

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Wages cap officially banned in NSW

An industrial relations reform bill that will see the official abolition of wage caps in NSW passed Parliament last Friday, along with other reforms to improve working conditions in the public sector. The new laws hope to offer a more ...

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