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New Catholic school for Two Wells

South Australia’s newest Catholic School will open in Two Wells in 2021. The school will be a campus of Xavier College, and will cater for students from Reception to Year 12. The school will open in 2021 with students from Reception to Year 6 and will progressively cater for all year levels.

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Seaside centre a real discovery

Will your home in Adelaide be affected by rising sea levels caused by climate change? What types of fish would you find in local SA waters? When you walk along Henley Beach, what native plants will you see? These are just some of the many questions that can be answered with a visit to the Marine Discovery Centre (MDC) at Henley Beach, as a delegation from the Adelaide Archdiocese found out in July.

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The extraordinary life of Sr Maeve

As a young girl, Maeve O’Brien wanted to become an air hostess and travel the world. She opted for an even higher calling but that doesn’t mean she missed out on a life of adventure, as JENNY BRINKWORTH discovered when she met the inspirational Daughters of Charity Sister last month.

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CBC footy tackling domestic violence

While they might not be winning every game on the field, Christian Brothers College 1st XVIII football team is leading the game in educating young men about forming respectful relationships and breaking the cycle of domestic violence.

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Badge of honour

A colourful badge on their blazers is a daily reminder for students at Blackfriars Priory School that their mental health is important – and there is plenty of support available if they need help.

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Made with love for 50 years

When Iris Steward, Nora Nelson, Myrt Lynch and Gert Richards got together on July 23 1969 to start making clothes for needy families, little did they know that 50 years later the St Marys Sewing Group would still be meeting once a week and producing thousands of items each year.