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Bella's singing and dancing her way to a brighter future: Dressing up as a princess is high on the priority list for most young girls and Arabella is no different.


St Gabriel's turns first sod for new playground: A new creative and sensory playground will be built for children with special needs at St Gabriel's School. Via Hills News


Jana swaps her running shoes for a stethoscope: Jana discusses her transition from athlete to doctor and why she loves being an ambassador for the Coleman Greig Challenge. Via Western Sydney Business Access


Ready for a Challenge: Olivia has vision and hearing problems but that doesn't stop the 20 year old from Dural from reaching her full potential. Via Hills News 


Learning experience brews: Students from RIDBC recently put their barista skills to the test at a busy Parramatta coffee shop. Via Hills News


Drawing expresses Jon’s inner joy and love: At the age of nine, Jon Sunarho has his own line of merchandise. The Castle Hill youngster is a wonderful artist with a real feel for lettering, colours and outlines. At age three he was diagnosed with autism. Via Hills Shire Times


Charity event no walk in the park: Now in its fifth year, the Challenge has raised more than $350,000 for the charities it supports. Via Lawyer's Weekly


Hearing Awareness Week: Approximately 1 in every 1,000 children born in Australia has a significant permanent hearing loss in both ears.


A lasting passion for saving little lives: Meet Zohie, who since her primary school years knew that what she wanted to do as a grown-up was to help mums deliver babies into the world  


Olivia's work ethic, resolve is recognised: Find out how RIDBC has supported 18 year old Olivia in achieving an ATAR of 97.5


Andrew's Challenge: Andrew Grima is a runner, parent, lawyer and Coleman Greig Challenge enthusiast. Hear why he's passionate about businesses Western Sydney taking on the Challenge

Think the new $5 note is ugly? Read how 350,000 Australians will be better off thanks to RIDBC student Connor’s campaign for change




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