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The Northern Territory news Wed 4 Nov 2020

Details:

Title

The Northern Territory news Wed 4 Nov 2020

Other title

NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2020-11-04

Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.

Publisher name

News Corp Australia

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

News Corp Australia

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/816205

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/816594

Page content

04 NEWS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 2020 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 General inquiries: 8944 9900 Classifieds: 13 11 13 Business advertising: 1300 857 202 Circulation: 1800 639 700 Online: www.ntnews.com.au Editorial email: news@ntnews.com.au Other inquiries: online@ntnews.com.au Wicking...........................37 Opinion .......................... 36 Super snaps...................36 Business Review............19 Shares.............................34 Comics............................39 Television ...................... 39 Horoscopes...................40 Sudoku .......................... 40 Crosswords ...................40 Buy Search Sell...............41 Weather ......................... 55 Sports update ............... 48 Racing.............................27In si de IndexContactsMums car found NT Police have found the car a teenager and her baby who were last seen in Alice Springs more than a week ago were believed to have been travelling in. Family members told police that Makasha Prayta left home with her one-year-old child on October 24. P11: FULL STORY The NT News has taken all possible care but cannot accept responsibility for any errors, whether due to equipment fault, staff handling or any other cause. 13 19 8 44 45 39 12 33SUPPS Oz Lotto Tuesday 03-11-20 Draw No. 1394 31 An Education Department spokeswoman said the largest number of students were from remote communities Minyerri, Yuendumu, Borroloola, Elliott, Milikapiti, Pirlangimpi and Warruwi. Charges over Alice break-in THREE teens have been charged over an alleged breakin at an Alice Springs property. NT Police allege four boys, three aged 15 and the other 16, broke into a Gillen home while the occupants were asleep. Shoes, cash and two sets of car keys were taken, and the boys allegedly fled in a car stolen from the property. A police spokesman said the car was found abandoned in The Gap and three teens were found nearby. The 16-year-old was charged with aggravated unlawful entry, stealing, and unlawful use of a motor vehicle; two 15-year-olds were bailed to be dealt with under the Youth Justice Act. KIERAN BANKS JONATHON FERNANDO Most students have now returned to their boarding schools throughout Australia, she said. And with the latest updates from the Chief Health Officer, a small number of students still undertaking remote learning are now looking to return. Eleven boarders from Unity College in South Australia returned to their home community of Areyonga in Central Australia when the nations boarding schools were forced to close. The students continued their education at Areyonga School, where principal Jona thon Fernando said they had a profound impact on the schools junior students. The students did enjoy the change of environment and the opportunity to interact with the schools junior students as positive role models, he said. There was several examples of senior students not only role modelling great attendance and behaviour, but actually leading the learning of junior students in the school. (The) students enjoyed the chance to highlight their skills and experience they acquired while away at boarding school in the community. The department spokeswoman said it funded an interim teacher based at Areyonga School to assist the boarding students, and also acted as the interface between Unity College and the Areyonga Community. Mr Fernando said while the students were thrilled to spend time in their home community, they were eager to get back to boarding school. The senior students enjoyed their time in Areyonga but were excited to return to Unity College to reconnect with their teachers and classmates in person, he said. Boarders evacuated ALMOST 1000 boarding school students were brought back to the Territory during the height of the COVID-19 crisis, in a mammoth effort to keep them safe through the pandemic. The Education Departments 2019-20 Annual Report revealed it helped the 924 students return to their local communities and supported their continued learning. This included working with the commonwealth government national data sets to ensure all students undertaking schooling outside of the Northern Territory could be supported to return home, the report said. RAPHAELLA SAROUKOS Students sent home at peak of virus scare THE STUDENTS ENJOYED THE CHANCE TO HIGHLIGHT THEIR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE THEY ACQUIRED WHILE AWAY AT BOARDING SCHOOL THE X3 ''


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