How some remote learning-inspired research turned into winning a competition

Alexander Darling
By Alexander Darling
Updated October 11 2020 - 12:29am, first published October 9 2020 - 1:00am
FROM HORSHAM TO ADELAIDE (MIETHKE): Holy Trinity Lutheran College student Ellua Boyd on her first day back at school on Thursday. Picture: ALEXANDER DARLING

In 1944, while travelling to Alice Springs, Adelaide Miethke thought to use the Royal Flying Doctor Service's two-way radio to give informative talks to outback children.

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Alexander Darling

Alexander has been a member of the Wimmera Mail-Times' editorial team since December 2018, covering politics, business and property among other rounds. He is a passionate St.Kilda and rock and roll fan, and has previously worked as a radio reporter in Port Macquarie and Gosford, NSW.