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Adelaide Now
‘Choose right’ to avoid dropping out of union the decision, how much they knew about the course they wanted to get into, a
‘Choose right’ to avoid dropping out of uni
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 minutes ago
on the decision, how much they knew about the course they wanted to get into, and what more help or information they needed.Flinders University Professor Martin Westwell. She said schools began preparing students for future study choices in Year 10... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Workload fears after Flinders University offers staff early retirementFlinders University offers early retirement packages to staff, union warns of i
Workload fears after Flinders University offers staff early retirement
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
Flinders University offers early retirement packages to staff, union warns of increased workloads A plan by Adelaide's Flinders University to offer early retirement packages to eligible staff could affect workloads and the university's quality of... Read more
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express
Survey uncover Scotland's seabed secretsled by a team of maritime archaeologists based in Edinburgh at WA Coastal & Mar
Survey uncover Scotland's seabed secrets
express / Posted 16 hours ago
led by a team of maritime archaeologists based in Edinburgh at WA Coastal & Marine and carried out in partnership with the Flinders University of South Australia. We could not have done this without the enthusiastic response from local... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Uni staff workload fear over big cutsFlinders University could shed up to 200 staff next month. FLINDERS University
Uni staff workload fear over big cuts
Adelaide Now / Posted 21 hours ago
Flinders University could shed up to 200 staff next month. FLINDERS University could shed up to 200 staff next month, under an early retirement scheme that rewards underperforming academics with generous payouts and tax concessions. The voluntary... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Archaeologists find more than 100 lost ships and aircraft off Scottish coastled by a team of maritime archaeologists based in Edinburgh at WA Coastal & Mar
Archaeologists find more than 100 lost ships and aircraft off Scottish coast
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
led by a team of maritime archaeologists based in Edinburgh at WA Coastal & Marine and carried out in partnership with the Flinders University of South Australia. John McCarthy, of WA Coastal & Marine, said: "The knowledge gained during the... Read more
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Scotsman
‘Dozens of shipwrecks’ found off Scotland’s west coastled by a team of maritime archaeologists based in Edinburgh at WA Coastal & Mar
‘Dozens of shipwrecks’ found off Scotland’s west coast
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
led by a team of maritime archaeologists based in Edinburgh at WA Coastal & Marine and carried out in partnership with the Flinders University of South Australia. John McCarthy, of WA Coastal & Marine, said: “The knowledge gained during the... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Lost Ships And Aircraft Recorded Off Scotland'S West Coatled by a team of maritime archaeologists based in Edinburgh at WA Coastal & Mar
Lost Ships And Aircraft Recorded Off Scotland'S West Coat
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
led by a team of maritime archaeologists based in Edinburgh at WA Coastal & Marine and carried out in partnership with the Flinders University of South Australia. John McCarthy, of WA Coastal & Marine, said: "The knowledge gained during the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Jody takes a dive into a new worldFestival and other major events. But in recent years, her love of maths has ta
Jody takes a dive into a new world
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
Festival and other major events. But in recent years, her love of maths has taken over. She completed a science degree at Flinders University in just two years, and her honours thesis on “how cells get access to nutrients” will be presented at a... Read more
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News.com.au
What SA wants out of the federal budgetof Australians to receive proton therapy overseas. The state government is prov
What SA wants out of the federal budget
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
of Australians to receive proton therapy overseas. The state government is providing $44 million for the centre, while Flinders University will chip in $60 million. * Funding for a major expansion of Adelaide's tram network. The plan is yet to... Read more
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Perth Now
What SA wants out of the federal budgetof Australians to receive proton therapy overseas. The state government is prov
What SA wants out of the federal budget
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
of Australians to receive proton therapy overseas. The state government is providing $44 million for the centre, while Flinders University will chip in $60 million. * Funding for a major expansion of Adelaide's tram network. The plan is yet to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
What SA wants out of the federal budgetof Australians to receive proton therapy overseas. The state government is prov
What SA wants out of the federal budget
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
of Australians to receive proton therapy overseas. The state government is providing $44 million for the centre, while Flinders University will chip in $60 million. * Funding for a major expansion of Adelaide's tram network. The plan is yet to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The ‘paradox’ behind Trump’s riseon both sides of US politics are scrambling for a way to tarnish his appeal. “
The ‘paradox’ behind Trump’s rise
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
on both sides of US politics are scrambling for a way to tarnish his appeal. “They don’t know how to deal with him,” says Flinders University Professor of American Studies Don DeBats. “But they also don’t know how to deal with the issues bothering... Read more
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Canberra Times
Former Raiders great and union official fined for interstate worksite breacheswith those from interstate," he said. Mr Lomax was one of four union officials
Former Raiders great and union official fined for interstate worksite breaches
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
with those from interstate," he said. Mr Lomax was one of four union officials who walked onto a construction site at Flinders University without notice in October 2013. The site was being managed by property group Lend Lease, and the site... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘I lost so much weight my hair fell out’is gravely concerning, given anorexia has the highest death rate of any mental
‘I lost so much weight my hair fell out’
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
is gravely concerning, given anorexia has the highest death rate of any mental health illness,” Professor Tracey Wade, of Flinders University who was part of the study, said. The figures highlighted just how important parental observation and... Read more
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Perth Now
‘I lost so much weight my hair fell out’is gravely concerning, given anorexia has the highest death rate of any mental
‘I lost so much weight my hair fell out’
Perth Now / Posted 5 days ago
is gravely concerning, given anorexia has the highest death rate of any mental health illness,” Professor Tracey Wade, of Flinders University who was part of the study, said. The figures highlighted just how important parental observation and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘I lost so much weight my hair fell out’is gravely concerning, given anorexia has the highest death rate of any mental
‘I lost so much weight my hair fell out’
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 days ago
is gravely concerning, given anorexia has the highest death rate of any mental health illness,” Professor Tracey Wade, of Flinders University who was part of the study, said. The figures highlighted just how important parental observation and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Submarine build 'not enough' to help SA's unemploymentsaid, with the State Government reconfiguring its programs supporting automotiv
Submarine build 'not enough' to help SA's unemployment
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
said, with the State Government reconfiguring its programs supporting automotive workers to gear them towards defence. Flinders University professor John Spoehr said while it was a "monumentally important" decision for the state and would... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Would building workers have less rights than ice dealers under ABCC laws?experts consulted by Fact Check do say that the CFMEU is conflating two differe
Would building workers have less rights than ice dealers under ABCC laws?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
experts consulted by Fact Check do say that the CFMEU is conflating two different concepts. Professor Andrew Goldsmith of Flinders University Law School tells Fact Check: "The comparison is flawed because it equates two different processes with... Read more
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Adelaide Now
What subs deal means to SADirector of the Australian Industrial Transformation Institute at Flinders Univ
What subs deal means to SA
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
Director of the Australian Industrial Transformation Institute at Flinders University, John Spoehr said the subs decision was “needed to accelerate transformation of South Australia’s ailing manufacturing industry’’. THE decision to build... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Green light on Darlington upgradelooking south towards the Southern Expressway. The first bridge is Sturt Rd, wi
Green light on Darlington upgrade
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
looking south towards the Southern Expressway. The first bridge is Sturt Rd, with the grassy area the playing grounds at Flinders University. The far bridge is Flinders Dve. MAJOR works on the 3.3km Darlington upgrade commenced today, with the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Getting older? Why less is more when it comes to alcoholat risky levels," says Professor Ann Roche, Director of the National Centre for
Getting older? Why less is more when it comes to alcohol
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
at risky levels," says Professor Ann Roche, Director of the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction at Flinders University. "But our image of older people is outdated. A new old age has crept up on us and it's one where older... Read more
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WA Today
Getting older? Why less is more when it comes to alcoholat risky levels," says Professor Ann Roche, Director of the National Centre for
Getting older? Why less is more when it comes to alcohol
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
at risky levels," says Professor Ann Roche, Director of the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction at Flinders University. "But our image of older people is outdated. A new old age has crept up on us and it's one where older... Read more
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The Age
Getting older? Why less is more when it comes to alcoholat risky levels," says Professor Ann Roche, Director of the National Centre for
Getting older? Why less is more when it comes to alcohol
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
at risky levels," says Professor Ann Roche, Director of the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction at Flinders University. "But our image of older people is outdated. A new old age has crept up on us and it's one where older... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Getting older? Why less is more when it comes to alcoholat risky levels," says Professor Ann Roche, Director of the National Centre for
Getting older? Why less is more when it comes to alcohol
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
at risky levels," says Professor Ann Roche, Director of the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction at Flinders University. "But our image of older people is outdated. A new old age has crept up on us and it's one where older... Read more
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Canberra Times
Getting older? Why less is more when it comes to alcoholat risky levels," says Professor Ann Roche, Director of the National Centre for
Getting older? Why less is more when it comes to alcohol
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
at risky levels," says Professor Ann Roche, Director of the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction at Flinders University. "But our image of older people is outdated. A new old age has crept up on us and it's one where older... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'War trophies and curios' shed new light on Australia's history in PNGand the identity of the nation we can build going forward." Dr Christine Winte
'War trophies and curios' shed new light on Australia's history in PNG
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
and the identity of the nation we can build going forward." Dr Christine Winter, co-author and assistant professor from Flinders University in Adelaide, said it was important to keep the PNG artefacts in Australia. "They are not sitting in a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
War Trophies or curios? Collection of WWI artefacts from PNG on showand the identity of the nation we can build going forward." Dr Christine Winte
War Trophies or curios? Collection of WWI artefacts from PNG on show
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
and the identity of the nation we can build going forward." Dr Christine Winter, co-author and assistant professor from Flinders University in Adelaide, said it was important to keep the PNG artefacts in Australia. "They are not sitting in a... Read more
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The Courier
CFMEU fined nearly $1 million for unlawful site accessand relate to a cluster of cases involving trespass and other unauthorised cond
CFMEU fined nearly $1 million for unlawful site access
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
and relate to a cluster of cases involving trespass and other unauthorised conduct on sites - including Adelaide Oval and Flinders University - in 2014. The penalties come as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull prepares to go to the polls on July 2... Read more
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The Age
CFMEU fined nearly $1 million for unlawful site accessand relate to a cluster of cases involving trespass and other unauthorised cond
CFMEU fined nearly $1 million for unlawful site access
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
and relate to a cluster of cases involving trespass and other unauthorised conduct on sites - including Adelaide Oval and Flinders University - in 2014. The penalties come as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull prepares to go to the polls on July 2... Read more
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The Border Mail
CFMEU fined nearly $1 million for unlawful site accessand relate to a cluster of cases involving trespass and other unauthorised cond
CFMEU fined nearly $1 million for unlawful site access
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
and relate to a cluster of cases involving trespass and other unauthorised conduct on sites - including Adelaide Oval and Flinders University - in 2014. The penalties come as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull prepares to go to the polls on July 2... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Construction union fined $1m for trespassing on building sitesinto the construction area. Another of the incidents involved an attempt to ha
Construction union fined $1m for trespassing on building sites
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
into the construction area. Another of the incidents involved an attempt to have the CFMEU flag flown from a crane at Flinders University. Federal Court Justice Richard White handed down the penalties this afternoon after seven separate... Read more
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Sky News Australia
CFMEU fined almost $1m over breachesthe construction, forestry and mining union over offences committed at 10 const
CFMEU fined almost $1m over breaches
Sky News Australia / Posted 11 days ago
the construction, forestry and mining union over offences committed at 10 construction sites, including Adelaide Oval, Flinders University and Adelaide Convention Centre, between October 2013 and May 2014. The union was fined a total of... Read more
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News.com.au
CFMEU fined almost $1m over breacheshanded down several judgments against the CFMEU over offences committed at 10 c
CFMEU fined almost $1m over breaches
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
handed down several judgments against the CFMEU over offences committed at 10 construction sites, including Adelaide Oval, Flinders University and Adelaide Convention Centre, between October 2013 and May 2014. The union was fined a total of... Read more
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Perth Now
CFMEU fined almost $1m over breacheshanded down several judgments against the CFMEU over offences committed at 10 c
CFMEU fined almost $1m over breaches
Perth Now / Posted 11 days ago
handed down several judgments against the CFMEU over offences committed at 10 construction sites, including Adelaide Oval, Flinders University and Adelaide Convention Centre, between October 2013 and May 2014. The union was fined a total of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Powerful union slapped with almost $1m in finesAdelaide between October 2013 and May 2014. On October 30, 2013, five CFMEU of
Powerful union slapped with almost $1m in fines
Adelaide Now / Posted 11 days ago
Adelaide between October 2013 and May 2014. On October 30, 2013, five CFMEU officials entered the Lend Lease site at Flinders University to have the union’s flag affixed to a crane. The court heard the officials said words to the effect of:... Read more
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The Age
Beaumaris: a fossil haven or yachting paradise?Squadron was a crucial reference point for dating and understanding mammal evol
Beaumaris: a fossil haven or yachting paradise?
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
Squadron was a crucial reference point for dating and understanding mammal evolution in Australia. A palaeontologist at Flinders University in Adelaide, Professor Long said Beaumaris rated among the country's top 10 fossil sites. He said it was... Read more
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PhysOrg
Virus therapy to attack superbugsVIRUSES specifically designed to battle superbugs are being trialled in a South
Virus therapy to attack superbugs
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
VIRUSES specifically designed to battle superbugs are being trialled in a South Australian hospital. Flinders University scientists are looking to bacteriophages – highly specific viruses - as the as the best way to attack antibiotic-resistant... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Your Majesty — life begins at 90BHP, and Coca-Cola Amatil, Sir Eric has a lifetime of achievement, awards and t
Your Majesty — life begins at 90
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
BHP, and Coca-Cola Amatil, Sir Eric has a lifetime of achievement, awards and titles including Chancellor Emeritus of Flinders University. “It’s all very nice but I suspect it translates from the Latin as ‘has been’,”, he joked. WALTER... Read more
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PhysOrg
The first fossilised heart ever found in a prehistoric animalIMBL facility. Fossilised soft organs can be studied using these high-tech imag
The first fossilised heart ever found in a prehistoric animal
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
IMBL facility. Fossilised soft organs can be studied using these high-tech imaging methods. Credit: John Long, Flinders University The only other claims for fossilised vertebrate hearts are stains supposedly made by haemoglobin-rich... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Is it time to drag PhDs into 21st century?were implemented “in pockets” around the country but were “yet to be systemic a
Is it time to drag PhDs into 21st century?
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
were implemented “in pockets” around the country but were “yet to be systemic across any university”. Adelaide University, Flinders University and UniSA are all sponsoring the three-day postgraduate research conference at the National Wine C... Read more
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PhysOrg
Kangaroos chew over evolutionary theorylegs, or chickens develop teeth, or humans re-evolve tails like our primate anc
Kangaroos chew over evolutionary theory
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
legs, or chickens develop teeth, or humans re-evolve tails like our primate ancestors? According to new research led by Flinders University, reversible evolution is possible under certain conditions – even after many millions of years. A new... Read more
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Adelaide Now
US will back country that secures subs dealpurchase of Japanese submarines would not make his job any easier. Mr Lee, who
US will back country that secures subs deal
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 days ago
purchase of Japanese submarines would not make his job any easier. Mr Lee, who visited Adelaide earlier this month for a Flinders University political program, said the choice of submarine builder and designer was up to Australia. “Quite simply,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Adelaide AI pioneer says Terminator-like takeover unlikelybeat its opponent.First break on 16kb computer In the 1970s, Professor Brooks
Adelaide AI pioneer says Terminator-like takeover unlikely
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 days ago
beat its opponent.First break on 16kb computer In the 1970s, Professor Brooks studied for a Masters in pure mathematics at Flinders University. There, he came in contact with his first computer. "It was a big computer that had 16kb of memory and... Read more
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PhysOrg
Archaeologists home in on Australia's lost 'clachan'and ochre coloured soil, so far away from their homes back on the Emerald Isle.
Archaeologists home in on Australia's lost 'clachan'
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
and ochre coloured soil, so far away from their homes back on the Emerald Isle. It's a fascinating experience to hear the Flinders University archaeologist, who since downing her keyboard and picking up her trowel has received widespread... Read more
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News.com.au
Crime bosses grow rich on smuggling Australian wildlife to foreign black markets for petsestimate an Australian lizard can fetch $7500. "There is a huge amount of mone
Crime bosses grow rich on smuggling Australian wildlife to foreign black markets for pets
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
estimate an Australian lizard can fetch $7500. "There is a huge amount of money in it, much more than people realise," Flinders University forensic science expert Adrian Linacre said. "And yet the potential to be caught is minimal." A Sunday... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘Two of my best friend are now gone ... I am lost’mother Carrol Moore spoke of her son’s love of life and his passion for palaeon
‘Two of my best friend are now gone ... I am lost’
Adelaide Now / Posted 21 days ago
mother Carrol Moore spoke of her son’s love of life and his passion for palaeontology, which he was studying at Flinders University in Adelaide. “You, Michael Knowles, robbed us of our precious son and you robbed him of his life,” Mrs... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Arrium: Foreign buyers analyse company's empiresave Arrium's troubled Whyalla steelworks, an economist has said, as internatio
Arrium: Foreign buyers analyse company's empire
The Daily Mercury / Posted 21 days ago
save Arrium's troubled Whyalla steelworks, an economist has said, as international buyers show an interest in the company. Flinders University professor John Spoehr said he would not be surprised if a Chinese company was investigating taking over... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'No magic solution' to Arrium's woessave Arrium's troubled Whyalla steelworks, an economist has said, as internatio
'No magic solution' to Arrium's woes
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 days ago
save Arrium's troubled Whyalla steelworks, an economist has said, as international buyers show an interest in the company. Flinders University professor John Spoehr said he would not be surprised if a Chinese company was investigating taking over... Read more
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Queensland Times
Arrium: Foreign buyers analyse company's empiresave Arrium's troubled Whyalla steelworks, an economist has said, as internatio
Arrium: Foreign buyers analyse company's empire
Queensland Times / Posted 21 days ago
save Arrium's troubled Whyalla steelworks, an economist has said, as international buyers show an interest in the company. Flinders University professor John Spoehr said he would not be surprised if a Chinese company was investigating taking over... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Arrium: Foreign buyers analyse company's empiresave Arrium's troubled Whyalla steelworks, an economist has said, as internatio
Arrium: Foreign buyers analyse company's empire
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 21 days ago
save Arrium's troubled Whyalla steelworks, an economist has said, as international buyers show an interest in the company. Flinders University professor John Spoehr said he would not be surprised if a Chinese company was investigating taking over... Read more
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