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The Courier Mail
Research highlights prison corruptionacross Australia, the US and the UK, research has found. The findings have pro
Research highlights prison corruption
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
across Australia, the US and the UK, research has found. The findings have prompted calls for action. A study by a Flinders University academic and a Deakin University criminology lecturer found ample evidence of corruption after examining... Read more
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Herald Sun
Research highlights prison corruptionto prevent corruption in Australian prisons, and those in the UK and US, accord
Research highlights prison corruption
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
to prevent corruption in Australian prisons, and those in the UK and US, according to research released on Tuesday. The Flinders University study reveals there is ample evidence of corruption in correctional institutions, including drug... Read more
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News.com.au
Research highlights prison corruptionto prevent corruption in Australian prisons, and those in the UK and US, accord
Research highlights prison corruption
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
to prevent corruption in Australian prisons, and those in the UK and US, according to research released on Tuesday. The Flinders University study reveals there is ample evidence of corruption in correctional institutions, including drug... Read more
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Perth Now
Research highlights prison corruptionto prevent corruption in Australian prisons, and those in the UK and US, accord
Research highlights prison corruption
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
to prevent corruption in Australian prisons, and those in the UK and US, according to research released on Tuesday. The Flinders University study reveals there is ample evidence of corruption in correctional institutions, including drug... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Research highlights prison corruptionto prevent corruption in Australian prisons, and those in the UK and US, accord
Research highlights prison corruption
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
to prevent corruption in Australian prisons, and those in the UK and US, according to research released on Tuesday. The Flinders University study reveals there is ample evidence of corruption in correctional institutions, including drug... Read more
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Business Wire
MTPConnect Unveils 10-Year Plan to Boost Competitiveness of Medtech, Biotech and Pharmaceutical Sectorthe University of Sydney’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology a
MTPConnect Unveils 10-Year Plan to Boost Competitiveness of Medtech, Biotech and Pharmaceutical Sector
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
the University of Sydney’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology and the Medical Device Research Institute at Flinders University at Tonsley in Adelaide. iCY2015. Australian National Account – ABS 5206; ABS 8155 (for apportions) and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The death of the bikini bodysuch as Girls Gone Strong, Feminist Figure Girl and The Span of My Hips. Tara
The death of the bikini body
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
such as Girls Gone Strong, Feminist Figure Girl and The Span of My Hips. Tara Brabazon, professor of cultural studies at Flinders University in Adelaide, hopes the rise in feminist fitness bloggers is due to an increased value placed on women’s... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Nurturing a homegrown nursing workforceand academic staff are supported in their delivery of the training curriculum.”
Nurturing a homegrown nursing workforce
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 days ago
and academic staff are supported in their delivery of the training curriculum.”Developed and implemented at Adelaide’s Flinders University, the DEU model is a tried and proven method integrated into clinical learning environments in New Zealand... Read more
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Adelaide Now
A nostalgic comeback, in retrospectin Bars, a new event for the Festival Centre leading up to its Guitar Festival
A nostalgic comeback, in retrospect
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
in Bars, a new event for the Festival Centre leading up to its Guitar Festival in August. “We played in bands together at Flinders University and elsewhere a long time ago,” Gautier said. “Then he went into the film world.” Gautier plays guitar... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Jailing teens not solution for crime risewill be on the table for the Public Order Taskforce and we will as best we can
Jailing teens not solution for crime rise
Sky News Australia / Posted 7 days ago
will be on the table for the Public Order Taskforce and we will as best we can action them and make them real,' he said. Flinders University professor Mark Halsey told the summit the real problem that needed to be addressed was to do with social... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Why we want our cake and eat it tooTURNS out we like to have our cake and eat it too ... in the afternoon. A new
Why we want our cake and eat it too
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
TURNS out we like to have our cake and eat it too ... in the afternoon. A new study by Flinders University researchers has revealed our willpower to resist eating junk food, including cake, chips and burgers, slowly diminishes as the day goes... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Call for more research into antidepressants and obesity linksome types of antidepressants have a delayed effect on weight Professor Julio
Call for more research into antidepressants and obesity link
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
some types of antidepressants have a delayed effect on weight Professor Julio Licinio of the Department of Psychiatry at Flinders University and colleagues argue antidepressants could have a delayed effect on the weight of people who eat high fat... Read more
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Herald Sun
Female songbirds sing a deadly tunedemure girls sing, too. It’s a different — softer — song, often sung for diffe
Female songbirds sing a deadly tune
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
demure girls sing, too. It’s a different — softer — song, often sung for different reasons. And at great personal risk. Flinders University Professor in Animal Behaviour Sonia Kleindorfer has paid particular attention to the types of songs the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Why we crave sugar in the afternoonand our minds view 'junk food' in the same way as we see positive things such a
Why we crave sugar in the afternoon
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
and our minds view 'junk food' in the same way as we see positive things such as rainbows and holidays. Researchers from Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, and Liverpool University carried out a psychological experiment called an... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why you can't resist a cake in the afternoonholidays. Our willpower to resist eating cake diminishes as the day proceeds,
Why you can't resist a cake in the afternoon
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
holidays. Our willpower to resist eating cake diminishes as the day proceeds, according to new research Researchers from Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, and Liverpool University carried out a psychological experiment called an... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Call for more research into antidepressants and obesity linkmore closely, Australian researchers say. Key points Professor Julio Licinio
Call for more research into antidepressants and obesity link
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
more closely, Australian researchers say. Key points Professor Julio Licinio of the Department of Psychiatry at Flinders University and colleagues argue antidepressants could have a delayed effect on the weight of people who eat high fat... Read more
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express
Want that cake? Our resistance to snacks 'weakens after midday'classifies these treats with negative thoughts such as sickness, pain, abuse, f
Want that cake? Our resistance to snacks 'weakens after midday'
express / Posted 9 days ago
classifies these treats with negative thoughts such as sickness, pain, abuse, fear and death! Researchers from Australia's Flinders University School of Psychology carried out a psychological experiment called an IAT - Implicit Association Test -... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
CFMEU fined for illegally entering Adelaide construction sitesUnion (CFMEU) who the court ruled unlawfully entered three sites. These includ
CFMEU fined for illegally entering Adelaide construction sites
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
Union (CFMEU) who the court ruled unlawfully entered three sites. These included St Mark's College in North Adelaide, Flinders University at Tonsley, and the Southern Expressway Duplication project. Aaron Cartledge, Michael McDermott, David... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Construction union fined over $1 millionduring a cricket match, breached the safety exclusion zone and then invited a b
Construction union fined over $1 million
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
during a cricket match, breached the safety exclusion zone and then invited a bystander into the exclusion zone. At Flinders University, CFMEU officials were found to have threatened to cause major disruptions unless the CFMEU flag was flown... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Garnaut blames power prices on gas exportsis being sought at this stage, but regulatory approval would be needed. Mr Gar
Garnaut blames power prices on gas exports
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
is being sought at this stage, but regulatory approval would be needed. Mr Garnaut also presented a public lecture at Flinders University Tonsley yesterday, summarising the outcomes of the Paris Climate Summit in December and detailing what is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Intermediate centres for mental health support can 'reduce hospital stays' in SAHarden said. "It means they less often need to resort to acute services and th
Intermediate centres for mental health support can 'reduce hospital stays' in SA
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
Harden said. "It means they less often need to resort to acute services and they don't have such long stays in hospital." Flinders University researchers collaborated with the Don Dunstan Foundation and the Mental Health Coalition of South... Read more
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Medical News Today
Alzheimer's vaccine steps closer with new studysay the Alzheimer's vaccine could be tested on humans within 3-5 years. Study
Alzheimer's vaccine steps closer with new study
Medical News Today / Posted 10 days ago
say the Alzheimer's vaccine could be tested on humans within 3-5 years. Study co-author Prof. Nikolai Petrovsky, of Flinders University School of Medicine in Australia, and colleagues reveal how a vaccine combination generates antibodies... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Danielle Clode on a rare partnership between man and killer whalelived and hunted with local whalers around Twofold Bay, New South Wales. Danie
Danielle Clode on a rare partnership between man and killer whale
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
lived and hunted with local whalers around Twofold Bay, New South Wales. Danielle is a zoologist and science writer at Flinders University. It was on a family sailing trip that she first saw the skeleton of a large killer whale known as 'Old... Read more
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Scotsman
The Big Interview: Tim Cornelius, CEO of tidal power giant Atlantis Resourcesthe chief executive. Growing up near the beach in Adelaide, in South Australia
The Big Interview: Tim Cornelius, CEO of tidal power giant Atlantis Resources
Scotsman / Posted 11 days ago
the chief executive. Growing up near the beach in Adelaide, in South Australia, he studied marine biology at the city’s Flinders University and decided that he wanted to be a commercial diver, a move he says “really opened up a completely new... Read more
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The Age
How anonymity affects sperm donorspredicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anon
How anonymity affects sperm donors
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
predicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anonymity was removed. But research from Flinders University shows that the reverse has occurred, with a steady increase in donations since 2005, when the National... Read more
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Canberra Times
Do these six Australians have a case to answer?and now as a rebel politician. A "Lost Boy" child soldier in the late '80s, Ma
Do these six Australians have a case to answer?
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
and now as a rebel politician. A "Lost Boy" child soldier in the late '80s, Machar came to Adelaide in 2001. He studied at Flinders University and dated Adut Salva Kiir, the daughter of Salva Kiir, for three years, before the man who is now South... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Do these six Australians have a case to answer?and now as a rebel politician. A "Lost Boy" child soldier in the late '80s, Ma
Do these six Australians have a case to answer?
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
and now as a rebel politician. A "Lost Boy" child soldier in the late '80s, Machar came to Adelaide in 2001. He studied at Flinders University and dated Adut Salva Kiir, the daughter of Salva Kiir, for three years, before the man who is now South... Read more
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The Age
Do these six Australians have a case to answer?and now as a rebel politician. A "Lost Boy" child soldier in the late '80s, Ma
Do these six Australians have a case to answer?
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
and now as a rebel politician. A "Lost Boy" child soldier in the late '80s, Machar came to Adelaide in 2001. He studied at Flinders University and dated Adut Salva Kiir, the daughter of Salva Kiir, for three years, before the man who is now South... Read more
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WA Today
Do these six Australians have a case to answer?and now as a rebel politician. A "Lost Boy" child soldier in the late '80s, Ma
Do these six Australians have a case to answer?
WA Today / Posted 11 days ago
and now as a rebel politician. A "Lost Boy" child soldier in the late '80s, Machar came to Adelaide in 2001. He studied at Flinders University and dated Adut Salva Kiir, the daughter of Salva Kiir, for three years, before the man who is now South... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Do these six Australians have a case to answer?and now as a rebel politician. A "Lost Boy" child soldier in the late '80s, Ma
Do these six Australians have a case to answer?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
and now as a rebel politician. A "Lost Boy" child soldier in the late '80s, Machar came to Adelaide in 2001. He studied at Flinders University and dated Adut Salva Kiir, the daughter of Salva Kiir, for three years, before the man who is now South... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Elise Holland: Fitness fad pressures womenon fitspo is scarce, but a new study supports the notion it promotes a very nar
Elise Holland: Fitness fad pressures women
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
on fitspo is scarce, but a new study supports the notion it promotes a very narrow body ideal. Researchers from Australia's Flinders University found fitspo tends to depict just one body type - toned and thin. Related ContentSteve Braunias: The man... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Changing face of our election heartlandsa lack of blue collar connection to the Labor Party in regional areas, accordin
Changing face of our election heartlands
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
a lack of blue collar connection to the Labor Party in regional areas, according to Associate Professor Haydon Manning from Flinders University. As voters shifted from Mr Briggs, NXT’s protectionist platform and Senator Xenophon’s name recognition... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why the 'fitspo' movement is damaging to womena new study support the notion that it promotes a very narrow body ideal. In an
Why the 'fitspo' movement is damaging to women
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
a new study support the notion that it promotes a very narrow body ideal. In an analysis of fitspo images, researchers from Flinders University found that fitspo tends to depict just one body type – both toned and thin. One might argue that such a... Read more
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WA Today
Why the 'fitspo' movement is damaging to womena new study support the notion that it promotes a very narrow body ideal. In an
Why the 'fitspo' movement is damaging to women
WA Today / Posted 13 days ago
a new study support the notion that it promotes a very narrow body ideal. In an analysis of fitspo images, researchers from Flinders University found that fitspo tends to depict just one body type – both toned and thin. One might argue that such a... Read more
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The Age
Why the 'fitspo' movement is damaging to womena new study support the notion that it promotes a very narrow body ideal. In an
Why the 'fitspo' movement is damaging to women
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
a new study support the notion that it promotes a very narrow body ideal. In an analysis of fitspo images, researchers from Flinders University found that fitspo tends to depict just one body type – both toned and thin. One might argue that such a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why the 'fitspo' movement is damaging to womena new study support the notion that it promotes a very narrow body ideal. In an
Why the 'fitspo' movement is damaging to women
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
a new study support the notion that it promotes a very narrow body ideal. In an analysis of fitspo images, researchers from Flinders University found that fitspo tends to depict just one body type – both toned and thin. One might argue that such a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why the 'fitspo' movement is damaging to womena new study support the notion that it promotes a very narrow body ideal. In an
Why the 'fitspo' movement is damaging to women
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
a new study support the notion that it promotes a very narrow body ideal. In an analysis of fitspo images, researchers from Flinders University found that fitspo tends to depict just one body type – both toned and thin. One might argue that such a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Vaccine to halt dementia in its tracks 'is five years away'the US and, if trials go well, it could be available in five to six years. One
Vaccine to halt dementia in its tracks 'is five years away'
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
the US and, if trials go well, it could be available in five to six years. One researcher, Professor Nikolai Petrovsky, of Flinders University in Adelaide, told the Daily Mail: ‘This is anywhere between 100 and 1,000 times more effective. It blows... Read more
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International Business Times
Vaccine for Alzheimer's disease could be available in just a few years in humans, in the hope it may prevent and reverse the disease in patients with
Vaccine for Alzheimer's disease could be available in just a few years
International Business Times / Posted 15 days ago
in humans, in the hope it may prevent and reverse the disease in patients with early-onset Alzheimer's. The team from Flinders University in Australia collaborated with US researchers at the Institute of Molecular Medicine (IMM) and University... Read more
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Perth Now
Ship graveyard stuns archaeologistsmariners and their unwieldy, heavily laden vessels. Particularly in rough weath
Ship graveyard stuns archaeologists
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
mariners and their unwieldy, heavily laden vessels. Particularly in rough weather. “This is a wonderful discovery,” says Flinders University maritime archeologist Dr Wendy van Duivenvoorde. “Normally you find a shipwreck here and there, from... Read more
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News.com.au
Ship graveyard stuns archaeologistsmariners and their unwieldy, heavily laden vessels. Particularly in rough weath
Ship graveyard stuns archaeologists
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
mariners and their unwieldy, heavily laden vessels. Particularly in rough weather. “This is a wonderful discovery,” says Flinders University maritime archeologist Dr Wendy van Duivenvoorde. “Normally you find a shipwreck here and there, from... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dementia vaccine could be just years awayDementia vaccine may be just years away, Flinders University researcher believe
Dementia vaccine could be just years away
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 days ago
Dementia vaccine may be just years away, Flinders University researcher believes 891 ABC Adelaide The vaccine targets two proteins which cause and progress dementia. The vaccine targets two proteins which cause and progress dementia. ABC News:... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dementia vaccine could be just years awayDementia vaccine may be just years away, Flinders University researcher believe
Dementia vaccine could be just years away
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 days ago
Dementia vaccine may be just years away, Flinders University researcher believes Photo:The vaccine targets two proteins which cause and progress dementia.(ABC News: Nic MacBean) A vaccine to prevent and even reverse the early stages of Alzheimer's... Read more
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News.com.au
The stories you need to know todayon Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Vaccine for d
The stories you need to know today
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Vaccine for dementia could be on the way Experts at Flinders University in Adelaide have landed a “breakthrough discovery” which could bring about the world’s first dementia... Read more
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The Courier Mail
RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know todayalso said he felt “ambushed” during the Monday night episode. Vaccine for deme
RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
also said he felt “ambushed” during the Monday night episode. Vaccine for dementia could be on the way Experts at Flinders University in Adelaide have landed a “breakthrough discovery” which could bring about the world’s first dementia... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers make successful vaccine formulation that targets proteins linked to Alzheimer’s diseasemost common cause of dementia in the elderly. In research findings just releas
Researchers make successful vaccine formulation that targets proteins linked to Alzheimer’s disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 16 days ago
most common cause of dementia in the elderly. In research findings just released in Nature’s Scientific Reports journal, Flinders University experts as part of a high-level US research team at the Institute of Molecular Medicine (IMM) and... Read more
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Herald Sun
Victory claimed — now it’s time to governto history,’’ Mr Turnbull said.Coalition’s key election promises $43 million t
Victory claimed — now it’s time to govern
Herald Sun / Posted 18 days ago
to history,’’ Mr Turnbull said.Coalition’s key election promises $43 million to extend the Tonsley railway line to link up Flinders University with Flinders Medical Centre, pictured left. $40 million to separate the road and rail line at Oaklands... Read more
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Perth Now
Victory claimed — now it’s time to governto history,’’ Mr Turnbull said.Coalition’s key election promises $43 million t
Victory claimed — now it’s time to govern
Perth Now / Posted 18 days ago
to history,’’ Mr Turnbull said.Coalition’s key election promises $43 million to extend the Tonsley railway line to link up Flinders University with Flinders Medical Centre, pictured left. $40 million to separate the road and rail line at Oaklands... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Victory claimed — now it’s time to governto history,’’ Mr Turnbull said.Coalition’s key election promises $43 million t
Victory claimed — now it’s time to govern
Adelaide Now / Posted 18 days ago
to history,’’ Mr Turnbull said.Coalition’s key election promises $43 million to extend the Tonsley railway line to link up Flinders University with Flinders Medical Centre, pictured left. $40 million to separate the road and rail line at Oaklands... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Chris Sarra awarded NAIDOC Person of the Yearsupport the event including the Northern Territory Government, Batchelor Instit
Chris Sarra awarded NAIDOC Person of the Year
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
support the event including the Northern Territory Government, Batchelor Institute, Charles Darwin University, TFE Hotels, Flinders University and Telstra. "We are humbled to have worked with so many amazing partners this year, whose support... Read more
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