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The ACT Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander Community Forum
Do you want to have a say in our community's future direction?
Come and join us on Thursday 12th February 2015.
Join the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body (ATSIEB)
and Professor Mick Dodson who will facilitate the conversation to
discuss the issues which are of concern to you about Constitutional
This is your opportunity to hear what others in your community believe
is important and to make your own voice heard. A free BBQ lunch will
It On The
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Centre
245 Lady Denman Drive, Yarramundi Reach
RSVP to the ATSIEB Secretariat
firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 6205 2551
Thursday 12th February 2015
10am to 2pm
If you can't make it on the day, you can still have
your say. Send your comments or suggestions to
email@example.com or jump onto our website
www.atsieb.com.au. Your suggestions are valuable
to us and will guide our plan.
WELCOME TO THE WORLD
Richard Boettcher, of Bruce, with 3.6kg
Jemima born on January 28.
Ben and Daniela Connolly,
of Queanbeyan, with 3.2kg
Sienna born on January 27.
Photos: Jasmin Floto
Maeve Michaela, 3.14kg, was born to Megan
and Aidan Whittle, of Florey, on December 18
at Calvary John James Hospital, Deakin.
David Bird, of Gilmore, with 3.03kg Penelope
born on January 22.
Paul Bithell, of Conder, with 2.95kg Violet born
on January 27.
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of birth, parents' names and location to
how city ticks
Lucy Stedman and Connor Wright
tour Mt Stromlo water treatment
plant as part of the 2015 National
Youth Science Forum.
Knowing where classroom interests
will lead you in life can be daunting.
A handful of high school science
students chosen from across Australia
have spent 12 days in the capital
finding out how to realise their
potential in various scientific fields as
part of the National Youth Science
Dozens of students met researchers,
visited national scientific institutions
and enjoyed several educational tours.
Darwin High School year 11 student
Connor Wright was part of 14-strong
group to tour the Cotter Dam and
Mount Stromlo water treatment plant.
He has always loved science and felt
taking part in the forum would help
him figure out which field of
engineering was the right fit for him.
"In the time we've been here we
have done heaps of lab visits, which
I've really liked,'' Connor said.
Queenslander Lucy Stedman, 17,
said the highlight was being given the
chance to explore how science made a
"We have been able to see things
that people don't normally get to see,"
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