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New initiative to boost graduate research opportunities

‘All-in-one’ drugs to target life-threatening superbugs in cystic fibrosis patients

Sustainability advocate recognised with annual Chancellor Robert Hope Memorial Prize

New Colombo Plan funding empowers students to make contribution toward regional engagement

Budding artists display work at graduate exhibition

Hats off as thousands of students celebrate graduation

Naval captain to present Shoalhaven Campus graduation address

Power of the few over the many

Students find formula for racing ingenuity

Q&A: how the Sydney siege was reported by the public and news professionals

Patterson scholarship maintains the power of education

Environmental activist to tackle global issues in Antarctica

Prestigious fellowship to fast track breast cancer sleeve

Australian startup holds the largest full participation Online Video Meeting

Summer 2014 graduations

The HSC students who surprised themselves

‘Safe Places’ on campus fly the rainbow flag of equality

UOW and TAHPI to deliver health services education in Dubai

Cancer and space research radiates success

Stephen Jones guest speaker for UOW Southern Highlands graduation celebration

‘Prosumers’ have the power to turn energy sector on its head, experts say

‘Game-changer’ technology to boost physical activity in kids

Governor of Jakarta launches project

UOW accommodation PPP transaction closes

Health Minister meets Illawarra’s women in science

China partnership a material exchange in innovation and development

Indigenous students get a taste of university life at UOW summer camp

Internship provides student with an insight into politics

Leading the way in early childhood research and education

Vice-Chancellor delivers higher education policy lecture in London

Low cost, super efficient offshore wind turbines for a clean energy future

Understanding Asian legal systems the focus for Asian Law Forum

World-first ‘Bionic Bra’ inches closer to reality

Creative writing lecturer wins Philippine National Book Award

A flood of responses for award-winning engineering tool

Brain building with stem cells

Student designs building solutions for communities

Connecting the Illawarra to dementia services and support

Law student’s commitment to social justice recognised with Goldring Scholarship

Masters student’s interview tapes accepted into National Collection

Advancing nursing and midwifery training in rural centres

Student accommodation transformation

Innovative new treatment more deadly on cancer, less toxic for patient

Alliance between UOW and a community college in Hong Kong

Stem cell technology helps unlock mystery of Alzheimer’s gene

Green building scheme review adds yet more policy uncertainty

A decade on and the Hobbit still holds secrets

Mapping dementia-friendly communities in the Illawarra

Fishing for answers: researchers capture picture of fisheries and biodiversity

The ozone hole leaves a lasting impression on southern climate

Motorcycle protective clothing: If it is too hot to wear, is it too hot to ride?

Transport and energy workshop to bridge technical gap in national infrastructure

Public lecture rethinks approaches to youth mental health

Research facility will help solve murder investigations

Researchers say beautiful protein may be nasty to bacteria

Meeting with Prime Minister of the Netherlands

Welding research to secure the future of Australian manufacturing

Students design social marketing campaigns to improve health of classmates

Strengthening research collaborations with China

Law lecturer appointed to national law admission committee

Shoalhaven-developed program boosts inclusion for kids with disabilities

iSee the future of online interaction

Million-dollar program to inspire passion for maths and science

Geography students in first field intensive to India

Proposed alliance between UOW and a community college in Hong Kong

Report for UN says ozone hole a major climate driver in Southern Hemisphere

College recognised for outstanding commitment to gender equality

NEC Australia to invest $25m into Wollongong region

Open education lowers barriers to formal study

Award winning playwrights watch students bring their work to life

Early Illawarra and Explorers exhibition

Young leaders converge to talk social responsibility and creating change

Free public event delves inside the athlete’s mind

Next generation of scientists inspired at annual fair

Agreement expands medical research and teaching in regional centre

Mass casualty expert says Australia appears unprepared for Ebola

Experts discuss the rise and treatment of narcissism

So hot right now: the Middle Ages in the climate change debate

The story of ... the bra

Searching for cures for cancer in the deep-sea

New report finds ozone-depleting chemical is on the rise

UNIque Experience Days make the transition easier

Indigenous health project shares in $9million of ARC funding

High school students put ink to paper with visiting manga artists

Medical Researchers discuss Alzheimer’s and Motor Neurone Disease breakthroughs

Announcement for new health care facility in Nowra

Fair ignites passion for science in young minds

First official PetaJakarta tweet sent from SMART Infrastructure Facility

Economics hijackers could do with a history lesson

Too much Dr Who, and too little Dr Karl: Sorting science facts from science fiction

Social media monitors Pitch perfect

Indian students humbled to meet their ‘God of Cricket’

Children as young as three are engaging in bullying behaviour

Projects promise to improve Australian road safety and aid in search and rescue missions

Showcasing HoverTanks to Enterprise Testing Services

Little admirals sail into perfect storm of creative play

Indian students’ chance to meet international cricketing superstar

Outreach program puts smiles on teachers’ faces at Ulladulla

Citizens’ tweets help researchers map flooding in Jakarta

Sporting moustaches for vital mental health research

Our future is unequivocally tied to our past, says economic historian

Face of engineering takes on a new look

Little Einsteins make big bang at Young Scientist Awards

Hugh Mackay launches new book in Wollongong

Emerging manga artists exhibit work at UOW

Australia - Korea partnership to develop revolutionary soft robotic systems

Region’s brightest entrepreneurs gear up for iAccelerate Pitch and Demo Day

Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam dies at age 98

Brown talks green issues at free public event

Alumni Awards presented to three outstanding graduates

Students treated to masterclass from Michael Kirby

National award recognises extraordinary staff engagement

Careful who you chat with: it could turn you into a criminal

Find inspiration for sustainable design and living at SBRC Open Day

Diann joins ‘100 Women of Influence’

Designer investigates the power of information visualisation

Kid sport drop outs at higher risk of mental health problems

Pedal power your way to better health on Ride to Uni day

Lawyers look at the Elgin Marbles, but stars keep them firmly in sight

Scientists reprogram skin cells to help find a cure for Alzheimer’s

Global Double-Degree Masters program prospects boosted with MoU

Get out of your chair alive by standing up for back health

Free bra fitting app spells the end of change room dilemmas

Offshore Malaysian students pay a visit to UOW’s nerve centre

Setting the record straight on contentious Vietnam War issue

College launches suite of new diploma programs

Scientists find Indonesian cave art is among the world’s oldest

National body recognises biologist’s special expertise

Australian first study uses sport to reduce depression and suicide rates in young men

University Mental Health and Wellbeing Day

Award-winning National Geographic adventure filmmaker visits campus

Study reveals hairdressers are the informal counsellors of our community

World-renowned education pioneer to visit Wollongong

Summer Master Class subjects launched for 2015

Five academics honoured for outstanding teaching efforts

iAccelerate a case study of best practice on international stage

Rail expert honoured with prestigious international engineering medal

Rating boost in final major ranking for 2014

Handcrafted touch breathes new life into final resting place

Printing Parts for Bodies - New eBook tells the story of an impending revolution in medicine

Ceremony marks appreciation for body donations

Mathematician days work to increase engagement in schools

Academic develops national science film festival

Nerve repair development wins student innovation award

Reflections on 50 years of fiction

Budding researchers take to the stage at free community event

US-based alumni empowered to support research and scholarships

The Modern Midden: a small piece of Australia’s big waste problem

Tech tactics for learning: Illawarra Educational Technology Conference

Students get an insiders view of courtroom proceedings

Illawarra Committee for International Students wins International Student Award

Working women give female students a glimpse of life as a lawyer

Fibro to fantastic: student project wins engineering excellence awards

To restore federalism, strengthen the states and make Australia more republican

‘Medieval’ makes a comeback in modern politics. What’s going on?

Indigenous high school students graduate from mentoring program

iAccelerate announces collaboration with successful Canadian startup incubator

Building a better battery powers research achievement

Women help women navigate a career in law

Researchers help emergency services retain volunteers

Caribbean fisheries officers get up stand up for maritime protection

Well-connected Indigenous kids keen to tap new ways to save lives

Physiologists find muscles may contain temperature sensors

Engineering students build knowledge and careers layer-by-layer

Explainer: why the James Hardie asbestos victim compensation fund is running out of money

Biologist features in iconic kangaroos SBS-TV documentary

Less stress, more laughs with Anthony Ackroyd

Engineering students search for solutions for sustainable futures

New decision aid booklet targets driving and dementia

Robots sowing the seeds for advanced agriculture

Student keen to promote cultural intelligence as a pathway to peace and understanding

‘Living National Treasure’ to present plenary talk

3D printers have a certain ring about them

Weakness in malaria parasite fats could see new treatments

Helping the elderly stay warm and comfortable through energy solutions

Toughening up hydrogels for 3D printed cartilage

TAEM Postgraduate Week: An amalgamation of art and ideas

Academic to head study on the protection of journalists’ sources

World-renowned economist visits UOW to speak to poverty in Asia

Addressing the imbalance: UOW and Westpac supporting women in technology

Illawarra students celebrate International Literacy Day

Making Connections - UOW and India strengthen learning, research and industry ties

Research hub for Australian steel manufacturing to revitalise key Australian industry

Global Highway to showcase UOW’s colourful international identity

Life-saving drones and artificial muscle cranes take out innovation competition

Future energy trends the focus of SMART forum

Men take a stand against child abuse

Managing coasts under threat from climate change and sea-level rise

Sun, sand and study - Indigenous students get a taste of university life at UOW summer camp

Local entrepreneur to speak at upcoming Networking After 5 event

Leading science centre opens its doors at open day

UOW Pitch 2014 a festival of innovation

UOW’s Sydney Business School showcases new degrees at Open Day

UOW launches $10m seed fund to support Australian innovation

Sense of belonging enhances the online learning experience

UOW Reflects on the Great War

UOW expertise to play key role in Australia’s naval manufacturing future

What is the meaning and what is the use of ‘metadata retention’?

Research may spell demise of product barcodes

Vice-Chancellor recognises staff excellence

Medical students flock to UOW for inspiration lecture

Searching for the fountain of youth in fats

Shining light on magnetic forces: light and matter in a spin for super electronics

World-renowned biophysicist appointed as fourth Laureate Fellow for UOW

UOW plays host to Vietnamese clinicians

Young leaders learn to embrace diversity through a common cause

Japan partnership spreads rays of life for cancer treatment to Australia

Student test anxiety relieved by new research

SMART: Getting more value for taxpayers' dollars

Ancient Asian herb could be used in the fight against obesity

Bangalore student becomes a role model

Knitting A Difference

UOW rated as a five star university

Fix infrastructure governance and save taxpayers over $4 billion per year

‘Sense of belonging’ an online learning challenge

Quest to map the Great Barrier Reef

UOW celebrates its first Open Day in more than a decade

Bradman Foundation Scholarship helps Indian student pursue his dream job

Distinguished Professor Noel Cressie Awarded the Pitman Medal

Students explore their future in the Illawarra region at UOW careers expo

Chancellor honoured as influential leader

Hard work and determination rewarded with competitive national scholarship

The paradox of living with the bushfires on the front-line

Students’ sights set on UOW for Open Day

Sustainable Buildings Research Centre leading the way for better places to live and work

OZ magazine goes digital – and the party continues

Over- and under-servicing: further reasons to scrap the GP co-payment

GPs shouldn’t be afraid of the scales, experts say

Pro surfer Nicholas Squiers rides wave of innovative study to prevent surfing injuries

High school students get a taste of life as a scientist at National Science Week celebrations

Students succeed in solving real-life business problems

Hairdressers: The informal counsellors of our community

Civilian deaths in Gaza conflict are not automatically a war crime

National plan to measure and manage our precious natural assets

A country practice: medical students head to the bush for hands-on experience

Custom designed bras in sight thanks to 3D computer-aided design study

Study of NSW inmates shows a lack of Omega 3s relates to aggression

$25 million for science research and innovation in the Illawarra

UOW supporting easy access to materials and business innovation

Symposium kick starts new wave of collaboration

ANZAC scholarships commemorate diggers

Starvation in the midst of plenty... Illawarra leading the way in addressing malnutrition in the elderly

Trial shows PASS can increase a student’s performance

Training tomorrow’s social scientists to shape the world we live in

Local schools take up science and engineering challenge

Four high achievers honoured at UOW graduations

Biomechanics Professor elected to prestigious global council

Research stars awarded $5million for projects of critical importance to Australia

Exploring opportunities for positive change

Caps off: UOW celebrates another 1200 graduates

Mid year UOW graduation ceremonies set to begin

Brain training app helps you quit smoking and resist junk food

Forget the KPIs: let's talk about research

Controlled drinking program helps Illawarra residents stay dry after July

UOW scientist’s evidence to high-profile murder trial

Iconic 1960s OZ magazine now available online

Helping professional athletes kick academic goals

NSW infrastructure the focus of SMART supported parliamentary forum

UOW sportsmanship rewarded at Eastern Uni Games

Engineering a future for rural and Indigenous students

Digital play is here to stay but don’t let go of real Lego yet

Another Titanic change is needed to save more lives at sea

We need to talk about how we talk about climate change

UOW maths conference encourages fundamental interactions

Young leaders travel to Glasgow for youth leadership conference

Linkage grant major boost to high-speed rail push

Cancer stigma project recognized as an internet innovator

Asian children bombarded with junk food ads on TV every four minutes

Mid year graduation ceremonies poised to begin

Bright young minds visit UOW

From cool physics to chemistry creations: Teenagers get hands-on with science at school holiday experience

International experts set sights on cyber threats at UOW conference

UOW expertise part of NASA satellite mission to watch the planet breathe

Enactus UOW test their entrepreneurial skills at national conference

Not for Punishment: We need to understand bail, not review it

Study reveals Illawarra residents are more anxious and obese than national average

Ramp Up’s shut-down robs us of a needed voice on disability issues

Intake doubles for primary school gifted and talented program

Harvard teaching hospital and UOW to offer Global Indigenous Trauma Recovery Program

Accelerating a community approach to social change in the Illawarra

Leading medico takes the reins as Dean of Medicine at UOW

Academics join forum to discuss industry best practices

Visiting Indian students farewelled at intimate graduation ceremony

UOW engineers recognised as among the most influential in Australia

Two UOW students snare highly-prized New Colombo Plan scholarships

Industry collaborations to spark innovation

University of Wollongong and NRL join forces

Launch unites bright minds to tackle Global Challenges

Why not cut aid - Let us count the ethical reasons just for a start

Kiama announced as pilot site in bold new plan to create dementia-friendly communities

Experts get to grips with slippery topic of biofuels at public debate

Beggar bowl politics blocks Federation’s potential

Ocean impacts from climate change broader than initially predicted

Uniting bright minds to tackle Global Challenges

UOW awarded special national fellowship to investigate Higher Education standards

Inspiring the next generation of scientists

HSC Maths Revision Day attracts hundreds of students

Tiger quoll alive and well in the Watagan Mountains

UOW hosts officials from Indian Ocean nations for a 10-day training course in maritime security

Study of Illawarra teens aims to reduce school sitting time

UOW student wins inaugural scholarship for PR boot camp

Sustainable fishing is key to food security, UOW experts say

Chemistry students network with industry insiders

Centre for Health Initiatives Director farewelled

Junk food ads undermine health benefits of kids sport

Leading lawyers mentor UOW’s next generation of female law graduates

Queen’s Birthday Honour for ‘significant service to education’

Four female UOW law graduates named among the best lawyers under 30

Illawarra researchers take the stage in cancer CONCERT

Primary school students to ‘taste’ university life across UOW’s regional campuses

Footage of Royal visit to Wollongong published

WATTLE – promoting excellence and leadership in teaching and learning

Talking brains over a beer

One-punch laws risk injustice UOW legal expert warns

UOW congratulates next Governor of NSW

UOW graduate wins 2014 NSW Premier's Literary Award

Finding the right words to deliver a vital cancer message to Serbian and Macedonian communities

UOW researchers win Gates Foundation grant to make next generation condoms

Research partnership promotes sustainability at home and at work

Hundreds join Walk for Reconciliation at UOW

Study to measure the health and wellbeing of Illawarra families

Indonesian link garners knowledge exchange

Fly eyes inspire anti-fogging materials

Putting two hands together to turn experience into action

Illawarra Flame house finds Sustainability Street a place to call home

UOW joins campaign to put a stop to racism

Medical students go west to help rural and remote communities

Westpac banks on students from the University of Wollongong

Research centre ensuring a pipeline of safe and reliable energy supply

Centre for Health Initiatives celebrates 10th birthday

Innovative program to improve Indigenous health in regional communities

Unlocking the links between sleep and health in kids

Safety Compass app points in the direction of healthier and safer workers

Connecting undergraduate students with North America

UOW sustainability hero recognised at prestigious building and design conference

National road safety campaign makes its last stop in Wollongong

Donation rekindles interest in science and engineering

Illawarra children get their hands dirty at simulated archaeological dig

First book to trace evolution of the surfboard

Pre-service teacher notches milestone registration for science education program

Exploring pregnant women’s perceptions of healthy eating

VC joins Premier, Minister and Lord Mayor to promote city

Scholarship helps young rugby league player combine study and sport

Lean times call for Advanced approach for startup innovators

Social Sciences conducts symposium for early career researchers

Budding tech gurus put on the learning-to-earning pathway at career day

Budding tech gurus put on the learning-to-earning pathway at career day

Fat food marketing to be challenged at open night for budding researchers

Illawarra children to get their hands dirty at simulated archaeological dig

UOW prepares for deregulated student fees in major sector shake-up

Investment firm calling all potential maths gurus

First students to visit Hong Kong under New Colombo Plan

ISEM researchers turn the world of nanomaterials upside down

Rivers under ice sheets sculpted ancient landscapes

New Executive Dean of Science, Medicine and Health

Mastering better health solutions using 3D-printing techniques

Explainer: how do Australia’s laws on hate speech work in practice?

A splash of rainbow paints a picture of diversity at UOW

UOW careers development expert appointed President of Career Industry Council of Australia

China trade expert visits UOW

Significant step in targeting chronic inflammation

Illawarra researchers help local residents fight battle of the bulge

Open day opens hearts and minds to Motor Neurone Disease

Illawarra researchers help local residents fight battle of the bulge

Growing engineering alliance between UOW and Shanghai

Annual lecture outlines challenge of coal, climate and nature conservation

Motor Neurone Disease Week highlights local research

Professor Barry Harper retires after 39 years at UOW

Hundreds of UOW graduates attend alumni events in major Asian cities

UOW surges in world’s top 100 younger universities

The seven messages of highly effective reading teachers

98 years of historic Illawarra paper now online

New smartphone app promises to keep the doctor away longer

Academics get a taste of extreme poverty

WA shark cull season ends, and ocean users don’t want it to return

UOW Vice-Chancellor to deliver HEPI Annual Lecture

Wollongong strengthens its research ties with India

Gongfest conference a quantum leap in fundamental maths

Boost for electronic devices and vehicle batteries

SMART researchers partner with Twitter to decipher big data

Funding system for indigenous health in dire need of reform

Internet security flaw Heartbleed explained

UOW launches first national science short film competition

A bright bulb of an ongoing relationship

Computer Science students get a glimpse of life at Google

Accommodation team honoured at Australasian conference

Indigenous students pave the way for the future of medicine

Perhaps tea and scones are OK: the CWA and feminism today

Student's prize winning pitch on innovative drug delivery system

Prominent research and innovation advisor brings insights to the Illawarra

Fat free and 100 per cent natural: seven food labelling tricks exposed

New home for Illawarra entrepreneurs underway

Books created by artists on show at UOW Library

Ancient Indian mammals’ remarkable story of survival

UOW signs MoU with Hong Kong’s largest school of nursing

iAccelerate Centre construction underway

UOW research keeping soldiers safe on the front line

Marketing scholarship for Campus East resident

Academic investigates how medical history informs today's decisions

Discovery could lead to new drug targets to fight Alzheimer's Disease

Whose job is it to clear up all the rubbish floating in the oceans?

Library staff volunteer at Illawarra Book Fair

From euthanasia and Nazi analogies to the re-introduction of thalidomide

UOW uncovers earliest aerial footage of Wollongong

Aboriginal artist and activist to visit UOW

UOW academic identifies flaws in NSW Government’s new one-punch laws

UOW democratises knowledge with new open access policy

Networking After 5 connects local businesses with young talent

New privacy laws – are consumers aware?

New bridge paves the way to expanding Innovation Campus

UOW astronomer retires after 30 years service

UOW praise for Westpac’s $100m scholarship program

Everyday foods found to have potent anti-inflammatory properties

Professor takes reins as new Student Ombudsman

How wetlands can help us adapt to rising seas

US students to study Australian biodiversity at UOW

Kooloobong Village celebrates its first birthday

Study never stops for life-long learners

International students give UOW College a glowing report card

Mega swim raises $34,000 to support people with multiple sclerosis

Go places at UOW’s international exchange fair

Canadian innovations shared at UOW

International House students make peace child’s play

Happy healthy children develop on the playing field

International students receive a warm welcome to wollongong

Antarctic historian shares tale of being beset in the ice at next Uni in the Brewery

IT giant Microsoft visits UOW to recruit students

Student exchange key to US Australia alliance

UOW joins The Conversation

Expert pushes for sustainable makeover of iconic Aussie fibro

Alumni Appeal aims to raise $140,000 to support educational initiatives

Illawarra students design social marketing campaigns to improve wellbeing of classmates

UOW helping Australia promote maritime safety and security in the Indian Ocean

Professors consolidate research on sea-level trends around the globe

Anti-inflammatories could be used to fight superbugs, researchers say

UOW unlocks knowledge with new Open Access Policy

Cultural immersion for Japanese student visitors

Smallpox vaccine specimen discovered in archives

Not enough sleep and too much screen time linked to childhood obesity

Land of smiles awaits UOW students looking for new horizons

Careers Expo puts students in touch with Australian graduate recruiters

UOW Alumni asks the question: When will Australia swear in its second female Prime Minster?

Broken bodies pay tribute to a bygone craze in 24-hr dance marathon

WorkCover and university renew safety commitment

Training police to better respond to people with mental illness

UOW researcher devises strategies to cut salt and reduce disease

Students solve real world business problems as part of iUnivative programme

Students show their support for journalists detained in Egypt

Panizzi cafe raises $8,000 to support childhood obesity research

High demand at Batemans Bay for new nursing program

Human computer interaction bridges 'digital divide'

UOW welcomes new students at O-Week

Maths lecturer awarded prestigious JH Michelle Medal for Outstanding New Researcher

UOW aids bid to bring Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food to Wollongong

Early Childhood Education Diploma a boost for local families

UOW and the Illawarra business community strengthen ties with strategic partnership

Researchers seek participants for innovative Down Syndrome clinical trial

UOW hosts its largest educational leadership conference

Inaugural StatsWeek event a great success

Scientists create artificial muscles from fishing line

Conference addresses challenges ahead for school leaders

Visionary leaves health legacy

Meet the man who has completed the fastest ever circumnavigation of the Earth on foot

New target identified in fight against Motor Neurone Disease

The story of steel maps the job future for car workers

Graduate takes injury prevention to SES’ front line

Research links famous ballad to birth of ALP

UOW going digital for an Early Start to children's learning

Prehistoric DNA unearths the diets of ancient Arctic megafauna

Young Bega woman’s plan to teach aided by scholarship

Capturing phosphorus from sewage waste solves dual problem

Rain doesn’t dampen Discovery Days enthusiasm

AIME-ing high: Indigenous mentoring program expanding in 2014

New study reveals health of Australian sole parent working mothers is suffering

New study reveals health of Australian sole parent working mothers is suffering

Physics breakthrough paves the way for next generation communications

Students from 134 high schools heading UOW’s way

Researchers from around the world visit UOW for stats conference

UOW ranked as one of the best modern unis in the world

Governments challenged to go ‘back to basics’ on infrastructure planning

Lord Mayor’s honour for Solar Decathlon team

Governments challenged to go ‘back to basics’ on infrastructure planning

UOW launches free online course in mathematics

Westpac and UOW join forces to help address technology skills shortage

Reuters correspondent to give free public lecture

Coastal research collaboration with Brazil begins

Call for caution over handling bats due to risk of deadly virus

Call for caution over handling bats due to risk of deadly virus

Opinion: The Australian test - uncapped student numbers

One of the world’s largest steel manufacturers visits UOW

Evidence-based solutions to the problem of alcohol-fuelled violence needed

Geoscientist’s outstanding contribution rewarded with Academy of Science award

Geoscientist’s outstanding contribution rewarded with Academy of Science award

UOW researchers first group in Australia to fabricate silicene

UOW growing medical treatments and jobs in the Shoalhaven

Education professionals gear for 2014 Summer Institute

Learning Labs expands its outreach

Launch for five-day Women in Engineering Summit

UOW’s 20-year unmatched funding to train new generation of power engineering academics

Reception for high-achieving HSC students

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