General Reading Practice Test 11 WHY MAGAZINE ,Kormilda College ,SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC CONCERTS ,STUDENT ACCOMMODATION AT NORTHSIDE UNIVERSITY

General Reading Practice Test 11 WHY MAGAZINE ,Kormilda College ,SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC CONCERTS ,STUDENT ACCOMMODATION AT NORTHSIDE UNIVERSITY

 

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WHY MAGAZINE ,Kormilda College ,SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC CONCERTS

WHY MAGAZINE ,Kormilda College ,SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC CONCERTS

WHY MAGAZINE ,Kormilda College ,SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC CONCERTS

In this issue we publish
some of the many letters
we received on the new
Sports Stadium, our cover
story last month. Your
reactions were certainly
mixed! Read our exclusive
interview with film-star
Mike Mikeson and his plans
to start a fast-food chain.
But there’s so much more …
enough to keep you going
for the rest of the month

SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM
OF MUSIC CONCERTS
for S/anuary 2001
A. Sydney Youth Orchestra

B.

Conservatorium High School students play a selection of Mozart concertos.
Date: Sat. 4th and 11th January,

FIRST AID FOR SNAKE BITES
Snakes are not normally aggressive and tend to bite only when they are threatened
or mishandled. Some snakes, e.g. the carpet snake, are not poisonous. Others, e.g.
the brown snake, tiger snake and taipan, are very poisonous.

STUDENT ACCOMMODATION AT NORTHSIDE UNIVERSITY
Situated about 20km from the city centre? Northside University is not easy
to get to by public transport. However, students have several different
alternatives for accommodation on or near the University

Kormilda College

Section A
Kormilda College is a unique school situated near Darwin in Australia’s Northern
Territory. For 20 years, to 1989, Kormilda College operated as a government-run,
live-in school for high school Aboriginal students. In 1989 it was bought from
the Covernment by two Christian church groups and since then it has expanded
enormously, to include a day school as well as boarders (residential students)
in Years 8-12. Although 320 pupils of the College’s total number are Aboriginal
students, drawn mainly from isolated communities across the Northern Territory,
Kormilda also has a waiting list of non-Aboriginal students. With a current
enrolment of 600, student nu

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