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Puberty Blues

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Awards

  • 2014 - AACTA Awards - Best Television Drama Series - nominated
  • 2014 - AACTA Awards - Best Lead Actress in a Television Drama - nominated
  • 2013 - Logie Awards - Most Popular New Female Talent - winner
  • 2012 - AACTA Awards - Best Television Drama Series - winner

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Ashleigh Cummings
Debbie Vickers
Brenna Harding
Sue Knight
Charlotte Best
Cheryl Hayes

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