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Brisbane Times
The women who lived in fear in Sir Joh's Queenslandunder a state of surveillance and you were basically policing your body all the
The women who lived in fear in Sir Joh's Queensland
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 hours ago
under a state of surveillance and you were basically policing your body all the time." Docuemtary photographer and Griffith University lecturer, Dr Heather Faulkner. To be used with "North of the Border: Stories from the A Matter of Time... Read more
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Sunday Observer
Human migration from Africa populated the worldliving Aboriginals to see if they would participate in a new genetic study. He
Human migration from Africa populated the world
Sunday Observer / Posted yesterday
living Aboriginals to see if they would participate in a new genetic study. He joined David W. Lambert, a geneticist at Griffith University in Australia, who was already meeting with Aboriginal communities about participating in this kind of... Read more
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Raw Story
DNA reveals a new history of the First Australiansto partner with us. This suggests a wonderful future might lie ahead.Visit by r
DNA reveals a new history of the First Australians
Raw Story / Posted yesterday
to partner with us. This suggests a wonderful future might lie ahead.Visit by representatives of the Willandra Aboriginal Elders to the Griffith University ancient DNA laboratory.Renee Chapman Aboriginal leader Gudjugudju co-authored this ar... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Aborigines' ancestors took the fast track to Australia ... but why?left Africa and revealed extensive genetic diversity between west and east coas
Aborigines' ancestors took the fast track to Australia ... but why?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
left Africa and revealed extensive genetic diversity between west and east coast indigenous populations. Researchers from Griffith University formed part of the first extensive investigation into Aboriginal DNA which found early Australians left... Read more
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PhysOrg
Head wound suggests ancient Aborigine was killed by a boomerangboomerangs. Credit: Wikipedia/CC BY-SA 1.0 (Phys.org)—A team led by Michael Wes
Head wound suggests ancient Aborigine was killed by a boomerang
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
boomerangs. Credit: Wikipedia/CC BY-SA 1.0 (Phys.org)—A team led by Michael Westaway, an anthropologist with Australia's Griffith University, has found evidence that suggests a skeleton found protruding from an Australian riverbank two years ago... Read more
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PhysOrg
Unprecedented study of Aboriginal Australians points to one shared Out of Africa migration for modern humansauthors are from the University of Cambridge, the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institu
Unprecedented study of Aboriginal Australians points to one shared Out of Africa migration for modern humans
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
authors are from the University of Cambridge, the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, the Universities of Copenhagen, Bern and Griffith University Australia. Within Cambridge, members of the Leverhulme Centre for Evolutionary Studies also contributed... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Calls to identify and honour Aboriginal soldiers in Boer Warmen have been identified and honoured as Aboriginal soldiers. Last week two mo
Calls to identify and honour Aboriginal soldiers in Boer War
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
men have been identified and honoured as Aboriginal soldiers. Last week two more men were identified and Dale Kerwin from Griffith University is working to find their burial sites and honour them for their service. He says one man, with the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
first genome study reveals rich history of Aboriginal Australiansgroup, which covers 90 per cent of the continent, and 25 Highland Papuans. Aus
first genome study reveals rich history of Aboriginal Australians
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
group, which covers 90 per cent of the continent, and 25 Highland Papuans. Australian co-author, Dr Michael Westaway of Griffith University said the study showed evidence only for one colonisation event in Australia, and a continuity of... Read more
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Sky News Australia
DNA evidence of first Australians' journeyleft Africa and revealed extensive genetic diversity between west and east coas
DNA evidence of first Australians' journey
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 days ago
left Africa and revealed extensive genetic diversity between west and east coast indigenous populations. Researchers from Griffith University formed part of the first extensive investigation into Aboriginal DNA which found early Australians left... Read more
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WA Today
How early Aboriginal Australians journeyed from Africathan between the indigenous populations of North America and Siberia. Biologic
How early Aboriginal Australians journeyed from Africa
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
than between the indigenous populations of North America and Siberia. Biological anthropologist Michael Westaway from Griffith University obtains a saliva sample from Thanakwith elder Thomas Wales in Cape York. Photo: Tom Cebula, Wall to Wall... Read more
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The Age
How early Aboriginal Australians journeyed from Africathan between the indigenous populations of North America and Siberia. Biologic
How early Aboriginal Australians journeyed from Africa
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
than between the indigenous populations of North America and Siberia. Biological anthropologist Michael Westaway from Griffith University obtains a saliva sample from Thanakwith elder Thomas Wales in Cape York. Photo: Tom Cebula, Wall to Wall... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Genomic testing was carried out on indigenous people who speak the Pama-Nyungan languagestesting was carried out on indigenous people who speak the Pama-Nyungan languag
Genomic testing was carried out on indigenous people who speak the Pama-Nyungan languages
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
testing was carried out on indigenous people who speak the Pama-Nyungan languages Indigenous elder Thomas Wales and Griffith University Senior Research Fellow Michael Westerway on a beach at Mapoon in Cape York. World-first genetic research... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
first genome study reveals rich history of Aboriginal Australiansgroup, which covers 90 per cent of the continent, and 25 Highland Papuans. Aus
first genome study reveals rich history of Aboriginal Australians
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
group, which covers 90 per cent of the continent, and 25 Highland Papuans. Australian co-author, Dr Michael Westaway of Griffith University said the study showed evidence only for one colonisation event in Australia, and a continuity of... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Native Australian DNA reveals ancient interbreedingthat once united New Guinea, Australia and Tasmania – they were separated by ri
Native Australian DNA reveals ancient interbreeding
Irish Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
that once united New Guinea, Australia and Tasmania – they were separated by rising sea levels. Dr Michael Westaway from Griffith University obtaining a saliva sample from Thanakwith Elder Mr Thomas Wales (Tom Cebula/Wall to Wall Media/PA) Here... Read more
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Brisbane Times
How early Aboriginal Australians journeyed from Africathan between the indigenous populations of North America and Siberia. Biologic
How early Aboriginal Australians journeyed from Africa
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
than between the indigenous populations of North America and Siberia. Biological anthropologist Michael Westaway from Griffith University obtains a saliva sample from Thanakwith elder Thomas Wales in Cape York. Photo: Tom Cebula, Wall to Wall... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How early Aboriginal Australians journeyed from Africathan between the indigenous populations of North America and Siberia. Biologic
How early Aboriginal Australians journeyed from Africa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
than between the indigenous populations of North America and Siberia. Biological anthropologist Michael Westaway from Griffith University obtains a saliva sample from Thanakwith elder Thomas Wales in Cape York. Photo: Tom Cebula, Wall to Wall... Read more
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PhysOrg
Gum tree habitats in decline, study warnsin the US, University of New South Wales, The Australian National University, J
Gum tree habitats in decline, study warns
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
in the US, University of New South Wales, The Australian National University, James Cook University, Macquarie University, Griffith University, University of Queensland; and the Australian Museum. Researchers from the University of Melbourne, Dr... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Vultures fail to soar in first home gameCougars 20-10 after an impressive start to the Queensland Gridiron season that
Vultures fail to soar in first home game
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
Cougars 20-10 after an impressive start to the Queensland Gridiron season that saw them take down Moreton Bay Raptors and Griffith University Thunder before falling to Brisbane Rhinos, who ran in 46 unanswered points last time out. But there was... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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The Young Witness
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
The Young Witness / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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Western Advocate
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
Kiama Independent / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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Manning River Times
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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The North West Star
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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The Border Mail
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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The Courier
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memoryand inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either ma
Magpie swooping season: beware the birds with the long memory
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
and inner west appear to be magpie hotspots, while the north shore is either magpie-free or the attacks go unreported. Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones said that while most magpies are sedate, a small handful "just... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Clay Wollney answers: What are those seeds stuck in your clothes?along with people. An analysis of 13 studies done in North America, Europe and
Clay Wollney answers: What are those seeds stuck in your clothes?
Staten Island Advance / Posted 8 days ago
along with people. An analysis of 13 studies done in North America, Europe and Australia prepared by researchers at Griffith University in Australia three years ago found that of the 626 plant species found on cars and trucks, 599 of them... Read more
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Queensland Times
Things to do around the region this weekendto Great Britain around the world. One such name to spread was Ipswich. In ea
Things to do around the region this weekend
Queensland Times / Posted 9 days ago
to Great Britain around the world. One such name to spread was Ipswich. In early 2000, documentary photographer and Griffith University lecturer Charles Page set out to document the similarities and differences of these namesake towns: one... Read more
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Queensland Times
Things to do around the regionto Great Britain around the world. One such name to spread was Ipswich. In ea
Things to do around the region
Queensland Times / Posted 10 days ago
to Great Britain around the world. One such name to spread was Ipswich. In early 2000, documentary photographer and Griffith University lecturer Charles Page set out to document the similarities and differences of these namesake towns: one... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Male magpies take fatherhood very seriouslythan he ever did. Swooping magpies are devoted dads keen to protect their youn
Male magpies take fatherhood very seriously
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
than he ever did. Swooping magpies are devoted dads keen to protect their young from predators. Photo: Darren Pateman Griffith University behavioural ecologist professor Darryl Jones and a small team worked that out in the 1990s, after they... Read more
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The North West Star
Male magpies take fatherhood very seriouslythat are shafted can rest assured another male will quickly take his place and
Male magpies take fatherhood very seriously
The North West Star / Posted 10 days ago
that are shafted can rest assured another male will quickly take his place and care for his young better than he ever did. Griffith University behavioural ecologist professor Darryl Jones and a small team worked that out in the 1990s, after they... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Male magpies take fatherhood very seriouslythan he ever did. Swooping magpies are devoted dads keen to protect their youn
Male magpies take fatherhood very seriously
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
than he ever did. Swooping magpies are devoted dads keen to protect their young from predators. Photo: Darren Pateman Griffith University behavioural ecologist professor Darryl Jones and a small team worked that out in the 1990s, after they... Read more
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WA Today
Male magpies take fatherhood very seriouslythan he ever did. Swooping magpies are devoted dads keen to protect their youn
Male magpies take fatherhood very seriously
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
than he ever did. Swooping magpies are devoted dads keen to protect their young from predators. Photo: Darren Pateman Griffith University behavioural ecologist professor Darryl Jones and a small team worked that out in the 1990s, after they... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Vultures keen to swoop back on home soilvictory from four outings. Toowoomba started the season in good style with win
Vultures keen to swoop back on home soil
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
victory from four outings. Toowoomba started the season in good style with wins over the Moreton Bay Raptors (36-15) and Griffith University Thunder (43-8). The Vultures winning run came to an end two weeks ago with a 46-0 loss to the powerful... Read more
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University of Queensland
Researcher giving critically ill patients a voice wins 3MTbeing used at Prince Charles Hospital.” Ms Sutt is supervised by Professor Joh
Researcher giving critically ill patients a voice wins 3MT
University of Queensland / Posted 10 days ago
being used at Prince Charles Hospital.” Ms Sutt is supervised by Professor John Fraser from UQ and Dr Petrea Cornwell from Griffith University. 3MT® is a globally-recognised competition which was developed by UQ. It challenges research higher... Read more
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birminghammail
Student's Australian dream ends in tragedyDixon International School in Edgbaston, the 20-year-old moved to Queensland to
Student's Australian dream ends in tragedy
birminghammail / Posted 11 days ago
Dixon International School in Edgbaston, the 20-year-old moved to Queensland to study a four-year course in commerce at Griffith University. Today, his devastated family described him as a popular and promising student who will be missed by... Read more
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Queensland Times
Prostate cancer research program needs volunteersage-matched peers without cancer. The Men and Sexual Health Prostate Cancer St
Prostate cancer research program needs volunteers
Queensland Times / Posted 12 days ago
age-matched peers without cancer. The Men and Sexual Health Prostate Cancer Study is a joint Cancer Council Queensland and Griffith University project. The study is the first of its kind to assess masculinity, concerns about sexual health and what... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Greenwashing and the Farmed Five: The privatisation of rhinosMic Smith is a freelance environmental journalist from the Gold Coast in Austra
Greenwashing and the Farmed Five: The privatisation of rhinos
Daily Maverick / Posted 12 days ago
Mic Smith is a freelance environmental journalist from the Gold Coast in Australia. He also tutors journalism at Griffith University. He worked in newspapers in Vietnam for four years during which time he covered the poaching of Vietnam’s last rhino.... Read more
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The Age
'A nasty piece of bird': State's swooping no-go zones outlined in black and whitethrough with a push bike, so they may be less inclined to swoop," she said. Da
'A nasty piece of bird': State's swooping no-go zones outlined in black and white
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
through with a push bike, so they may be less inclined to swoop," she said. Darryl Jones, Professor of Urban Ecology from Griffith University, said swooping magpies approached with stealth, always from behind. "It only happens when chicks are in... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Solution to Apple's biggest problemwere developed by Aussie entrepreneur Judd Armstrong. Armstrong received his e
Solution to Apple's biggest problem
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
were developed by Aussie entrepreneur Judd Armstrong. Armstrong received his education in international business from Griffith University before moving to the US in 2006 to start the company. Jaybird has since become a global market leader in... Read more
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The North West Star
Brisbane City's cleanest beach hides dirty bay secretits cleanest point since the 2013 floods. But an expert has warned the river's
Brisbane City's cleanest beach hides dirty bay secret
The North West Star / Posted 13 days ago
its cleanest point since the 2013 floods. But an expert has warned the river's pristine condition could be short-lived. Griffith University professor of water science and Australian Rivers Institute director Jon Olley said the Brisbane River is... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brisbane City's cleanest beach hides dirty bay secretbe short-lived. Footsteps in the beach sand at Brisbane River's CBD beach, und
Brisbane City's cleanest beach hides dirty bay secret
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
be short-lived. Footsteps in the beach sand at Brisbane River's CBD beach, under the Story Bridge. Photo: Tony Moore Griffith University professor of water science and Australian Rivers Institute director Jon Olley said the Brisbane River is... Read more
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The Border Mail
'A nasty piece of bird': State's swooping no-go zones outlined in black and whitethrough with a push bike, so they may be less inclined to swoop," she said. Da
'A nasty piece of bird': State's swooping no-go zones outlined in black and white
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
through with a push bike, so they may be less inclined to swoop," she said. Darryl Jones, Professor of Urban Ecology from Griffith University, said swooping magpies approached with stealth, always from behind. "It only happens when chicks are in... Read more
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The Courier
'A nasty piece of bird': State's swooping no-go zones outlined in black and whitethrough with a push bike, so they may be less inclined to swoop," she said. Da
'A nasty piece of bird': State's swooping no-go zones outlined in black and white
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
through with a push bike, so they may be less inclined to swoop," she said. Darryl Jones, Professor of Urban Ecology from Griffith University, said swooping magpies approached with stealth, always from behind. "It only happens when chicks are in... Read more
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News.com.au
Home grown solution to Apple’s big problemwere developed by Aussie entrepreneur Judd Armstrong. Mr Armstrong received hi
Home grown solution to Apple’s big problem
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
were developed by Aussie entrepreneur Judd Armstrong. Mr Armstrong received his education in international business from Griffith University before moving to the US in 2006 to start the company. Jaybird has since become a global market leader in... Read more
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Queensland Times
Five things to do in Ipswich this weekaround the world. One such name to spread throughout the world was Ipswich. I
Five things to do in Ipswich this week
Queensland Times / Posted 14 days ago
around the world. One such name to spread throughout the world was Ipswich. In early 2000, documentary photographer and Griffith University lecturer Charles Page set out to document the similarities and differences of these namesake towns: one... Read more
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