Program ‘empowers’ indigenous students

Indigenous students from Glossop High School were excited to complete the Respect Sista Girls 2 program earlier this month, back (from left): Nikki Poole, Shannon Baxter, Sarah Payne, Akira Barnes, Lateeya and Deanna Campbell-Collard and AFSS community safety and wellbeing facilitator of Adelaide Jodi Hutchinson. Front: AFSS facilitator of Murray Bridge Stacey Jamieson, Glossop High School ASETO Sheryl Giles, Isis Kartinyeri, Toree Blythman, Bridget Abdulla, Brianna Horner-Skinner and Breah Cooper. PHOTO: Peta-Marie Philippou

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Morgan Burley


Morgan Burley completed a Bachelor of Journalism and a Bachelor of Arts (Writing and Creative Communication) at the University of South Australia in 2018. After growing up in regional Queensland and moving to Adelaide to pursue university, she has relocated to the Riverland to begin a career at The Murray Pioneer. She hopes to explore the region, connect with locals, and share the stories that matter for the community.

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