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- Pupils at St Mary's School in Mosgiel celebrate the start of the 2013 school year at their new school next to the Holy Cross Conference Centre yesterday. Photo by Stephen Jaquiery.
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- School of Surveying students (from left) Jeremy McCaffrey and Eric Ko (21) work with a total station at Mornington Park yesterday for their first day of practical work in their first 'professional' year of study. Photo by Linda Robertson.
- Jerrad Hofstetter watches as Stu Moore, of Roxburgh, lassoes a practice calf on Dandy. Photo by Stephen Jaquiery.
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