Three apprentices are hoping to represent Australia, and their trades, in Abu Dhabi next year.
Desirée Savage 'Hard to believe that our Innovation Campus is going to be under water by the end of the century," says Tom Hunt
Eryk Bagshaw The principal of a NSW Catholic school has come under fire for using an "inappropriate and offensive" image during a speech to high school graduates and their families.
Eryk Bagshaw A fitness college empire heavily promoted by Biggest Loser star Commando Steve has attempted to gag a federal government department from speaking about its operations in public during a hearing in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
Eryk Bagshaw One of Australia's largest private colleges has gone into voluntary administration leaving up to 16,000 students in limbo.
Alexander Joske and Philip Wen The day before a gala celebration marking China's National Day was held in Canberra last week, organisers found dozens of posters they had put up at the Australian National University to promote the event defaced with fluorescent green paint.
Desirée Savage Unlike most 21-year-olds, Sam knows his mission in life and it involves tech and helping people.
Eryk Bagshaw Taxpayers paid $9 million per graduate in one year at a private Sydney college, an analysis of Department of Education data reveals, as the full cost of the government's failed vocational education program looks set to be revealed in the wake of its decision to shut down the scheme.
Kelsey Munro The vocational education industry says the government's radical overhaul of the sector could "cripple" legitimate operators and limit student choice.
Alexander Joske, Kelsey Munro, Philip Wen Australia's top-ranked global university is moving to lower its proportion of Chinese international students, a group it describes as "dominating" international student numbers.