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    December caption competition

    EducationHQ News Team
    By EducationHQ News Team
    Published November 7, 2018

    Special envoy for Indigenous Affairs and former PM Tony Abbott takes a moment during a motion against Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton in parliament. What could he be thinking? Email a witty caption to news@educationhq.com by 5pm AEST, November 15, and you’ll be in the running to score an Expo Whiteboard Marker prize pack, including an ink indicator 4-pack, Magnetic 4-pack and 2-in-1 2 pack.

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