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Experts say parental disapproval is good for child sobriety

Claire Moodie from the ABC talks to Tonya McCusker, wife of the WA govenor, about The Gathering, a DVD produced with the City of Melville on the subject of binge drinking. Original article

Young leaders pave the way for constitutional change

You Me Unity reports on a forum organised by the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) in Redfern and supported by Reconciliation Australia that brought together 76 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for four days, representing all Australian states and territories. Original article

21 Mar 2012

What’s really happening in the garage

New research from the University of Tasmania dispels some myths about the learning outcomes of teenagers involved in garage bands. Original article

21 Mar 2012

DEEWR makes good on school chaplaincy program

Acting Ombudsman Alison Larkins confirmed she was satisfied that the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) had, during the past six months, acted on recommendations to address matters of concern. Original article

21 Mar 2012

When to suspect an eating disorder - 4 experts provide their advice

Generation Next provides information for those working with young people to help them recognise the signs of different eating disorders.  Original article

21 Mar 2012

When the pay-off never leaves school

Recent research in the US shows that the effectiveness of 29 school-based programs designed to improve children’s emotional health didn't always lead to improved outcomes at home or away from school. Original article

21 Mar 2012

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