Speak up against bullying

Taylor  Jurd
February 6 2017 - 10:00am
School safety: headspace Dubbo Annie Hartley, Cath Robinson, Melissa Medway, Christina Rodgers, Paul Rich, Rachel Thomas and Nic Steepe encourage students and parents to speak up against school bullying. Photo: Taylor Jurd
School safety: headspace Dubbo Annie Hartley, Cath Robinson, Melissa Medway, Christina Rodgers, Paul Rich, Rachel Thomas and Nic Steepe encourage students and parents to speak up against school bullying. Photo: Taylor Jurd

Only just last week thousands of Dubbo children either returned to school or began their education. While it is an exciting time in their lives, it can also be very daunting. And for some it can be terrifying.

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Taylor  Jurd

Taylor Jurd

Journalist

Hi, my name is Taylor Jurd. I am a journalist with Australian Community Media, I write for the Western Magazine and Wellington Times.

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