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Language lessons to be taught at Victorian kindergartens

Language lessons to be taught at Victorian kindergartens



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Your kids could be speaking Italian or Vietnamese in no time.





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29 minutes ago

Adelaide Airport

Are you passionate about aviation history? Do you have a few hours to spare each week? This might be an opportunity for you!Volunteer with us!

We're looking for aviation enthusiasts who may like to volunteer a few hours of their time at the new Parafield Aviation Heritage Centre each week.

Please tag and share this post with people who may be interested! We'd love to hear from you at [email protected]

(Plus, you'll get to browse wonderful images like this one, taken of the now Heritage Centre in 1927 for the Parafield Aero Club open day!)
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Are you passionate about aviation history? Do you have a few hours to spare each week? This might be an opportunity for you!

Port Adelaide Football Club chief executive Keith Thomas has hit out at the 'overplayed' coverage - and investigation - of Sam Powell-Pepper's alleged nightclub incident.

PRESS CONFERENCE LIVE STREAM: bit.ly/2JsgWKD
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Port Adelaide Football Club chief executive Keith Thomas has hit out at the overplayed coverage - and investigation - of Sam Powell-Peppers alleged nightclub incident.

PRESS CONFERENCE LIVE STREAM: https://bit.ly/2JsgWKD

2 days ago

Adelaide Airport

There's something exciting about the hustle and bustle of a busy airport. Did you know, when things get busy at Adelaide Airport we can see more than 3,000 passengers within the terminal in just one hour? Plus, we can help 24 aircraft to land in that same hour! ...

Theres something exciting about the hustle and bustle of a busy airport. Did you know, when things get busy at Adelaide Airport we can see more than 3,000 passengers within the terminal in just one hour? Plus, we can help 24 aircraft to land in that same hour!

 

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Could I ask when or what time frame is the Terminal going to be extended for more aircraft and could you add a viewing place with out impending the passenger?

Plus if I can add,,LOVE the Friendly Volunteers & always clean windows to view out of,,Well done Adelaide Airport..Always a Pleasure & Very Clean Toilets too { To much to mention on HOW GREAT I love it there }

2 days ago

UNSW

COFFEE ALERT: The Little Marionette café has officially opened on campus, with free coffee for every visitor today! ☕️

As part of their Grand Opening, they will be collecting gold coin donations for the Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation, find them at the Clancy Auditorium on Upper Campus between 8am and 4pm today!
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COFFEE ALERT: The Little Marionette café has officially opened on campus, with free coffee for every visitor today! ☕️

As part of their Grand Opening, they will be collecting gold coin donations for the Sydney Childrens Hospital Foundation, find them at the Clancy Auditorium on Upper Campus between 8am and 4pm today!

 

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Does the barista come with the coffee 😍😍😍

any hints as to their location on campus?

Shuyao you were actually right about it being built yesterday Daniel Xue Leon Wang

Shreya Joshi Shreya Kiran the one day i don't come istg everything happens on a tuesday

Emma Russell free cuckacino when you get back from bali

Nicholas Nicole DID SOMEONE SAY FREE COFFEE

Cameron Elphick for after ur physics test lol

Emily Washer I know I said I should stop drinking coffee but...

James Wood is that you!!?

Eva Hetyei how about this for your 4th coffee 😂

Thanks for your top notch service and professionalism. XO Jayne

Rhonda Ung no need for coffee capsules

How many coffee shops can you fit onto the UNSW Kensington Campus ????

I've made a map of all the food on campus, and distribute it as "the most important map of UNSW ever made".

Prarthna Wadhwa 😍 wouldnt want u to miss the chance for a free coffee

Emily Zhu if you’re still on campus go here!

Just got mine with a Vegemite toast - excellent coffee and service

Kian Alex ahhh fk it was free

Nathan Khoudair thought it said Maronite lmao im toasted

Simon Tsang, little marionette, maybe we can walk over from college to get this good coffee in a blue cup :P

Naduni. Bye bye to coffee cart eh?

Justin Chan Though they might not do a free filter coffee

Li Shen Phan that's what it's called!

Henry William Lynch bro why couldn't this be the case for usyd

Stephanie Qiu this is the one I was talking about

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3 days ago

Adelaide Airport

The new 165-room, seven-storey Atura Hotel at Adelaide Airport is taking shape. Located adjacent the domestic and international terminal, the hotel will have a direct walkway to the Level 2 domestic and international check-in area. Importantly, it will make life a little bit easier for those early morning flights! ...

The new 165-room, seven-storey Atura Hotel at Adelaide Airport is taking shape. Located adjacent the domestic and international terminal, the hotel will have a direct walkway to the Level 2 domestic and international check-in area. Importantly, it will make life a little bit easier for those early morning flights!

 

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Looks great !!! BUT Now you need to look into sorting out drop off and pick up - it is appalling- !!!!!! Spend some time and money fixing it please !!!!! Maybe look at other airports and see how they handle it - for example Melbourne drop off and pick up are in two seperate areas!!!!!! You only need to read all the comments to realise everyone thinks it is an issue which needs to be solved

Agree with pick up and drop off criticism. Also needed are more toilets inside the terminal. One set at each end of the terminal and one in the middle is nowhere near enough when there is distance to walk and large numbers of passengers. Ridiculous.

Needs more bars 🍻 🍷

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3 days ago

UNSW

Off to class! 📚

Autumn vibes on campus in 1974 🍁
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Off to class! 📚

Autumn vibes on campus in 1974 🍁

 

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Walking up Basser Steps from The Parade Theatre to John Clancy Auditorium in 3 inch wooden heel clogs with a 10 minute class turnover. Jockeying for a carpark in High Street and mastering the downhill /uphill reverse park. After tutorial drinks at ‘The Decline...’, and examinations at the Union Building. Lunchtime political meetings on the lawn outside the Menzies Library. Watching planes land or following the ponies , from the 10th floor of the Applied Science building when you should’ve been doing a lab. Enjoying live theatre at The Parade for the two dollar student discount. Great time of my life. ‘72-‘76.

I was also a student at UNSW then (1972 to 1975). A great time for universities and for students! All things were possible and life was pretty exciting.

Photo exactly from the time I was there at the Uni. 1972 to 1976. "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times". Too much to study! And no laptop to help.

Those were the times my friend! A free tertiary education based on merit!

Fond memories. 1974 was my last part time undergraduate year and third year working on campus in the academic / non academic Appointments Office of the Bursars Division. Finished up with an ASIO file for regular attendance at lunch time rallies on the Library lawn for god sake! Found that out when I got my DoD security clearance when later working for Sperry Univac Computer Systems for access to employees on their Canberra based mainframe sites. Those definitely were the days!

I remember that walk- Psych was where NIDA is now and housed in army sheds, and Maths/ Economics was up in CLB 7 ( Top of Basser steps I think)- could do that walk well within the 10 minutes needed. i finished in 73

I was there when tertiary education was given to all. A lot of exercise going from Anzac Perade to upper campus.

UNSW, given the new mode of transportation coming up in the near future, do you have any photos of the university from Anzac Pde with the trams before 1961?

I started there in 1974 and remember that vista and free education....what a wonderful man Gogh Whitlam was!

I was there in 1966 as first year Science students. In those days, all first year Science, Medical and Engineering students studied three similar subjects : Physics 1, Chemistry 1 and Maths 1. Those who,did Engineering,did Engineering 1 whole,others,did Biology 1. I did well in first year and was able to transfer to do Medicine in second year.

I was there 1991 -1994. I miss all that is around it including the Baxter steps, Round house, my beloved International House, the square house, Randwick nearby. Lovely Kensington campus!!! My love for UNSW

1974 I graduated. I completed my B.Sc Food Technology. Wonderful times.Whitlam was very kind, which enabled me to enrol for post graduate studies. I completed my Ph.D. Food Technology in 1979. Everybody was so kind at the Department of Food Technology. I am grateful to my all teachers there, particularly to my supervisor during my postgrad studies and Head of the department.

Oh those were the days. 1973-6. From chemistry to biology and then back to physics. A bit too much time spent on the physics lawn with my now husband of 43 years. Very fond memories.

Was there during that period. Does anybody remember “The Wizard”, and his “Wench of the day”? Think he may have been a year or 2 earlier.

I had a remembrance of few professors, pro. W. R. Blunden, Dr. J. A. Black, Mr J. I. Tindall professor Blunden was the head of the department of school of Transportation and Traffic. Professor Blunden was already passed away but I don't know about other professors. They are all very good and helpful.

1976 Engineering free education with $200 every 2 weeks from Whitlam government, back again 1986 law school...only last year need to pay...those were the days ..they did end.

That was my final year in UNSW.. remember that walk vividly.. this photo brings back a lot of sweet memories.. thank you for posting it..

I “walked the walk “ from 1970-1973. Good days! Uni was also where my husband and I “courted “ !! Ok you young ones go google what that means!

All my subjects were an easy walk during my bachelor degree. My Dip Ed subjects were on Western Campus and finished at 5 pm. I was at UNSW from 1976 to 1979.

Hey here's one out of left field. THE Really Hottest Babe, and I was TOO shy, and nobody will believe it now, nEVEr was Then Michelle Hanson (Hansen) from Clovelly, went to St Claires at Charing Cross, THE lost love , She went to UNSW , dunno what degree. Would be Amazing to say Ello, and what did your life become. ?

Just how I remember it! 1974 was my first year doing Science. Lost count of the times up and down Basser steps from one end of the campus to the other.

I was also a student UNSW 1971 to 1974 I remember those bell bottom pants ! And the protests against Vietnam , lunch outside the Library , some great times at the local wine bars ! Yes I remember that walk to psychology classes . Great memories

Having a lot of memories during my study in this University. It was almost 3.5 years study in UNSW (1987-1990) and having a lot of memories, fully struggle but enjoyed and nice university's environment.

I had been there from 1984 - 1989 during my Masters and PhD studies in the School of Food Science & Technology. I have many sweet memories in the campus of UNSW. A lot of exercise going from Anzac Perade to upper campus.

Yep ! Best three years of my life !! 71 to 73 !! Commerce ! Love the round house cafeteria! Is it still there ?!oh the blue room was my regular meeting place between lectures.

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4 days ago

UNSW

UNSW Arts and Social Sciences are again partnering with Sydney Writers' Festival to present Thinking Globally, a series of discussions exploring what it means to be part of the global community. Hear from UNSW academics, Ben Doherty and other alumni at Carriageworks from 3 May: www.unsw.to/swf ...

 

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Jaeco looks like a graveyard

Jimmy Farrell

6 days ago

Adelaide Airport

It's hard to miss our vibrant new Art in T1 exhibition on the ground and second floors of the terminal. Which piece is your favourite? ...

 

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Need to see more of the artwork. Particularly Annette Bezor's work please. Thanks.

7 days ago

UNSW

Considering how close we are to Moore Park, it would’ve been rude not to take 300 of our students to the Sydney FC game on Tuesday night… ...

 

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Leslie Chan did you betray usyd to get the free tix

Bing LeeAlbert Li

Rachael Cox unfortunately because of you at 0:15 they are gonna start losing now

Daniel Palmer Daniel Kal yet another reason not to go to UNSW!

Jade Pan can u teach us how to cheer on the field too? Susanna Wong

Natasha Radmall I’ve tried to ignore this part about my uni..

Claudio Fabiano

Tom Serone you are one of UNSW's greatest students!! P.s. Eurosnob at 0:26 smh Michael Cui Liam Clark

Jeff Jin waow nice acting

Ibrahim Santangelo top left before the video starts

Jonathan Ilinkovski the amount of plastic fans that go to my uni smh

yuck.

Jade Pan you were an og unsw football goer

Josh Clay In-jhong Rhee Jennifer's little bros in it lel

Ben Miro video is whatever, love Sydney...

Jayne Hon wow what an actor 👏

Syed Ali UWS for Wanderers

"looking forward to some good football" 🤨

Lol i was in the video lol

James Norton why just now? Have been waiting for it the whole semester 💔

Hayden Reedy more reasons to attend UNSW

Kiran Rego wtf where could we get tickets

James Gow I guarentee you paid UNSW so they could put you in this

Os caras devem jogar muito mal para não mostrar nenhum lance do jogo hahahah

Madison Munsie i go to unsw and wasn't invited to the match :((((

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1 week ago

Adelaide Airport

It's a warm 29deg in Adelaide today - perfect weather to grab a Hudsons Coffee iced frappe - now available in various flavours! ...

 

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That's not a Frappe!

Defiantly not. Muffin break is better.

1 week ago

Adelaide Airport

This one is for the plane-lovers in your family! Come on down to Parafield these school holidays, and explore some of the incredible history of aviation in Adelaide.The new Aviation Heritage Centre is open at Parafield these school holidays - and the whole family is invited!

The centre is open to visitors at the following times:
Thursday 19 April, 9am-3pm;
Tuesday 24 April, 11am-3pm;
and Thursday 26th, 11am-3pm.

Entry is free, so come on in, we'd love to show you around!
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This one is for the plane-lovers in your family! Come on down to Parafield these school holidays, and explore some of the incredible history of aviation in Adelaide.
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