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Why Red and Green for Christmas?
Why are the Christmas colours RED and GREEN? GREEN Evergreen plants like Holly, Ivy and Mistletoe have been used for thousands of years to decorate and brighten up buildings during the long dark winter. They also reminded people that spring would c (More)
Unsolved Mysteries: Australian Edition
By Ariyana Hossain, year 11 In honour of the Mary Word’s Halloween Edition for 2017 and the season three premiere of Buzzfeed Unsolved, here is a list of some of Australia’s most perplexing unsolved mysteries. Old Melbourne Gaol More)
History of the Jack O' Lantern
By Lecquia Chang, Year 11 Do these look familiar?   Yes, it’s the classic Halloween ornament- the Jack O’ Lantern. Every October, pumpki (More)
5 Most Chilling Murder Mysteries
The world is a truly TERRIFYING place-seriously, even writing this article gave me the shivers. So, in the spirit of all thinks spooky and scary, here are the 5 creepiest and freakiest murder cases EVER that are 100% guaranteed to give you nightma (More)
The River
By Nicola Rakuljic, Year 9 Are ghosts real? Are there truly souls trapped to this world after they die? Can the people still alive on this earth communicate with these spirits? Well, no not really. Science proves that ghosts can’t be real. Righ (More)
The Mary Word Newspaper
What is the Mary Word? The Mary Word is a student-run online newspaper that anyone can be a part of! We meet every week to discuss ideas, put into implementation within the next issue. It is a great way to cultivate writing skills or a passion that (More)
Normo Science Club
What is N-Sc?   N-Sc is the Normo Science Club. It is an extracurricular activity that offers students the chance to do science-related activities that extend and enhance the science they experience in the classroom. The Normo Science Clu (More)
ABBA's 2019 International Tour
By Lecquia Chang, Year 11     Flat screen TVs, finger print and facial recognition, tablets… what next? An article that intrigued me (More)
Technology facts that will blow your mind!
By Alessia Anderson, Year 8 The founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, was a college drop out   The first alarm clock could only ring a (More)
Technology Joke of the Week
By Sanjana Ramachandran, Year 11 Wikipedia: I know everything! Google: I have everything! Facebook: I know everyone! Internet: Without me, yo (More)
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