Binghi

Binghi began life in 1957 as the official newsletter of the Sydney Branch of the TAS Old Boys' Union. Two years later the School adopted the title for its own newsletter.

The name, which means ‘brother’, is a word of the Aboriginal language Dyangadi, spoken by Aboriginals of the Macleay River who in summer months would move westward to the region around Armidale.
It was a term in wide use amongst boys at TAS in the 1940s-50s. Now published four times a year as a colour magazine, Binghi is a digest of the wider school community, with articles about the activities and achievements of students, Old Armidalians’ notes, and news from the TAS Foundation and P&F.  Links to recent Binghi publications can be found below.

Binghi Term 3, 2017

Term 3, 2017 (Issue 178)

Term 2, 2017 (Issue 177)

Binghi 176

Term 1, 2017 (Issue 176)

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Term 4, 2016 (Issue 175)

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Term 3, 2016 (Issue 174)

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Term 2, 2016 (Issue 173)

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Term 1, 2016 (Issue 172)

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Term 4, 2015 (Issue 171)

Binghi 170

Term 3, 2015 (Issue 170)

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Term 2, 2015 (Issue 169)

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Term 1, 2015 (Issue 168)

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Term 4, 2014 (Issue 167)

Binghi Term 2

Term 3, 2014 (Issue 166)

Binghi Term 2

Term 2, 2014
(Issue 165)

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Term 1, 2014
(Issue 164)