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Science girls finalists in National Awards

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Three Daramalan College girls and their teacher selected as finalists in prestigious BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards In the past three years, Daramalan College has produced eight of the finalists in the most prestigious student science competition in the country. Teenagers from across Australia enter the BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards, with three […]

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Year 11 students invited to national Engineering School

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Congratulations go to Year 11 students Meg Hennessy and Ryan Locke who have been accepted into the Honeywell Engineering Summer School in Sydney this December. The Rotary Club of Canberra North will be sponsoring both students to attend five of the following Universities: University of New South Wales, University of Sydney, University of Technology Sydney, […]

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Student wins Silver in National Skills Comp

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Congratulations to Year 12 student Celina Vecchi who won a Silver Medal in the Business Administration National Worldskills Competition held in Melbourne over the first week of October. Celina is an extremely hard working and diligent student who spent a lot of time practising and perfecting her Business skills in preparation for this huge event, […]

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Daramalan sisters big in basketball

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Congratulations to students Callie and Issie Bourne who were chosen this week to join the Canberra Capitals training squad. Both have signed development contracts as the Capitals look to the future in rebuilding the once great basketball franchise. The full story can be found here in the Canberra Times: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/sport/act-sport/wnbl-canberra-capitals-recruit-daramalan-schoolgirl-duo-for-season-of-revival-20160919-grjan4.html  

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Year 12 boys help Lifeline

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Lifeline’s annual Bookfair starts this weekend and as most of Lifeline’s volunteers are rather elderly, so a call went out for assistance in helping move the heavy boxes full of books ready for display. Five of our Year 12 boys immediately offered to help and in just over an hour had moved and unpacked 700 boxes ready […]

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