GET YOUR 'PAV' ON: Morley's meringue mastertips bear fruit
It might be named after a Russian ballerina and the Kiwis may lay claim to inventing it, but there are few things as quintessentially Australian as the pavlova.
VICK THE BARBER IS GOING THE EXTRA STYLE
After working as a taxi driver for ten years, Ashfield local Vick Daniel decided to shave his way to a career change and has recently opened his business, Clippers N’ Whisky Barbershop in Pyrmont.
NRL star to help students 'Take 30' for mental health during pandemic
TAFE NSW students across the [Riverina/Illawarra] will have access to a unique webinar, hosted by former NRL player and mental health advocate Dan Hunt, aimed at supporting student wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Virtual Bangamalanha Conference attracts impressive guest speakers
Proud Wiradjuri woman, award-winning Australian author and Aboriginal literacy advocate, Dr Anita Heiss, will lead a star-studded line up of guest speakers alongside Nova Peris OAM and Mark ‘The Black Olive’ at the 2020 TAFE NSW Virtual Bangamalanha Conference this month.
Lithgow printer wins graduate of the year
Lithgow local Heiko Riecken is keeping the fine art of printing alive and has just been named the 2020 Lithographic Institute of Australia (LIA) and Heidelberg Graduate of the Year for New South Wales.
OPEN SEASON: School leavers to get career headstart at TAFE NSW Virtual Open Day
As the HSC approaches, school leavers across NSW are getting ready to take a break from the books to log-on to the inaugural TAFE NSW Virtual Open Day.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT HACKS HSC TO LAND DREAM JOB
A Katoomba High School Student has been offered his dream job as a software developer half-way through completing his school-based TAFE NSW training.
LEGAL CAP WELL WITHIN TAFE DIGITAL GRADUATE'S SIGHTS
An aspiring legal eagle is reassuring Lithgow HSC students that there is more than one way to secure a place at university as she commences a law degree without an ATAR. Higgins Lawyers employee Sophie Quince has forged a pathway to pursuing her dream of studying law by completing a Certificate IV in Legal Services online with TAFE NSW and working full-time at the local firm after leaving high school in year 10.
MORE ABORIGINAL CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS EMPLOYED IN NSW PRISONS
An exciting partnership between TAFE NSW and The Department of Communities and Justice is providing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with the skills and confidence to apply for a career with Corrective Services NSW.
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