One Tree Hill Primary School opens $2.5 million STEM centre

Playford mayor Glenn Docherty (left), Member for King Paula Luethen, students Taylor Smallwood, Naomi Johnson, Isabelle Sani, principal Krystal Keogh and assistant principal Lisa Ninos opened the school’s new STEM building on Friday. PHOTO: Sam Bradbrook

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Sam Bradbrook

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Sam Bradbrook joined The Bunyip in 2018 as a reporter and covers the Gawler, Playford and Adelaide Plains Council rounds. He graduated from the University of South Australia in the same year with a Bachelor of Journalism and Professional Writing and had previously interned at the Jakarta Post in Indonesia and The Courier in Mount Barker before moving to Gawler. In February of 2020, Sam was named the Young Journalist of the Year for 2019 by Country Press South Australia. He is interested in reporting on politics, healthcare, police and social issues and outside of work has a passion for sport and music.

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