Canberrans Can Go Heywire

Are you aged 16-22, living outside Australia's big five cities? Then why not put an entry into the ABC's HEYWIRE competition. As the competition website says:
The HEYWIRE competition is now open to people aged 16 - 22, to submit a story about life in Australia outside the major cities.

Your story can be created in any form of media: text, video, photography or audio.

Entries for the 2011 Heywire Competition close on Monday 19 September 2011 at 5pm.

And while I'm on the topic of youth competitions...
The Connections UnitingCare Anti-Poverty Awards recognise that there are many young people in Australia who are working towards the eradication of poverty locally, nationally or internationally. These awards aim to recognise and acknowledge the hard work and dedication of individuals and schools across Australia who demonstrate a deep understanding of the causes and effects of poverty. One recipient will a $4000 grant to continue their work and one school will win a $2500 Jinta Sport pack. Applications Close 31st August 2011.

For more information about the awards to apply visit www.connections.org.au/anti-poverty or free call 1800 137 036 and speak to someone in the Community Relations team.

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