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PhysOrg
Ancient 'Deep Skull' from Borneo full of surprisesrather than Indigenous people from Australia." The study, by Curnoe and resear
Ancient 'Deep Skull' from Borneo full of surprises
PhysOrg / Posted 9 hours ago
rather than Indigenous people from Australia." The study, by Curnoe and researchers from the Sarawak Museum Department and Griffith University, is published in the journal Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. The Deep Skull was discovered by Tom... Read more
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Queensland Times
Five things to do this weekwine and delicious fare in this intimate and acoustic venue showing the talente
Five things to do this week
Queensland Times / Posted 22 hours ago
wine and delicious fare in this intimate and acoustic venue showing the talented musicians from Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University. The Adventures of William Yaxley THIS touring exhibition from Rockhampton Art Gallery runs until... Read more
22h
Daily Examiner
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British touristsride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British tourists
Daily Examiner / Posted 22 hours ago
ride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number of British travellers bound Down Under. Griffith University economics professor Fabrizio Carmignani told ARM Newsdesk the British pound's fall on the back of that... Read more
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Northern Star
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British touristsride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British tourists
Northern Star / Posted 22 hours ago
ride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number of British travellers bound Down Under. Griffith University economics professor Fabrizio Carmignani told ARM Newsdesk the British pound's fall on the back of that... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British touristsride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British tourists
The Daily Mercury / Posted 22 hours ago
ride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number of British travellers bound Down Under. Griffith University economics professor Fabrizio Carmignani told ARM Newsdesk the British pound's fall on the back of that... Read more
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23h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British touristsride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British tourists
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
ride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number of British travellers bound Down Under. Griffith University economics professor Fabrizio Carmignani told ARM Newsdesk the British pound's fall on the back of that... Read more
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23h
Queensland Times
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British touristsride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British tourists
Queensland Times / Posted 23 hours ago
ride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number of British travellers bound Down Under. Griffith University economics professor Fabrizio Carmignani told ARM Newsdesk the British pound's fall on the back of that... Read more
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23h
The Morning Bulletin
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British touristsride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British tourists
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 23 hours ago
ride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number of British travellers bound Down Under. Griffith University economics professor Fabrizio Carmignani told ARM Newsdesk the British pound's fall on the back of that... Read more
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23h
News Mail
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British touristsride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number
Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British tourists
News Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
ride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number of British travellers bound Down Under. Griffith University economics professor Fabrizio Carmignani told ARM Newsdesk the British pound's fall on the back of that... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
LNP and Greens angling to oust Wayne Swan from marginal seatlook for those voters, we want to engage with them and talk to them and find ou
LNP and Greens angling to oust Wayne Swan from marginal seat
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
look for those voters, we want to engage with them and talk to them and find out what's on their mind," Mr Kingston said. Griffith University political expert Professor Anne Tiernan said the LNP used big data and voter profiles to win over people... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Matter of life and death for driverless carsAVs altogether," the researchers warned. David Tuffley, Senior Lecturer in App
Matter of life and death for driverless cars
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
AVs altogether," the researchers warned. David Tuffley, Senior Lecturer in Applied Ethics and Socio-Technical Studies at Griffith University, said there was no practical reason why driverless cars could not be programmed to do the least harm... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Matter of life and death facing driverless carsAVs altogether," the researchers warned. David Tuffley, Senior Lecturer in App
Matter of life and death facing driverless cars
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
AVs altogether," the researchers warned. David Tuffley, Senior Lecturer in Applied Ethics and Socio-Technical Studies at Griffith University, said there was no practical reason why driverless cars could not be programmed to do the least harm... Read more
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The Courier
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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News.com.au
Twenty years without guns, are Australians better off?the findings should also send a message to those seeking to water down Australi
Twenty years without guns, are Australians better off?
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
the findings should also send a message to those seeking to water down Australia’s gun controls. But Samara McPhedran, a Griffith University senior researcher and chair of Women in Shooting and Hunting (WiSH), argued it was virtually impossible... Read more
4d
Sky News Australia
Australian mass shootings to nilthe findings should also send a message to those seeking to water down Australi
Australian mass shootings to nil
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 days ago
the findings should also send a message to those seeking to water down Australia's gun controls. But Samara McPhedran, a Griffith University senior researcher and chair of Women in Shooting and Hunting (WiSH), argued it was virtually impossible... Read more
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The North West Star
Justice for Cheto be a dance teacher who had grown up on her family farm in Atherton. Ms Mell
Justice for Che
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
to be a dance teacher who had grown up on her family farm in Atherton. Ms Mellick’s first position after graduating at Griffith University was as a Barkly Highway State School teacher, which she began in 2013. She was described as “beautiful,... Read more
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The North West Star
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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5d
Brisbane Times
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to greater economic growthparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to greater economic growth
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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5d
Illawarra Mercury
How the parties can deliver economic growthparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
How the parties can deliver economic growth
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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WA Today
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to greater economic growthparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to greater economic growth
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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The Young Witness
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to greater economic growthparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to greater economic growth
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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Canberra Times
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to greater economic growthparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to greater economic growth
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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Western Advocate
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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Manning River Times
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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The Age
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to greater economic growthparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to greater economic growth
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
It's My Job: Swim School Ownerproves babies and children who swim year-round have a stronger immune system th
It's My Job: Swim School Owner
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 6 days ago
proves babies and children who swim year-round have a stronger immune system than children who don’t. Also, research led by Griffith University shows that kids who swim demonstrate more advanced cognitive and physical abilities. For me, this is... Read more
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WA Today
Cultural accountability is not a choicesomething is not right, how does the business treat the person who blew the whi
Cultural accountability is not a choice
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
something is not right, how does the business treat the person who blew the whistle in an effort to correct wrongdoing? Griffith University recently launched a ground breaking three-year project investigating effective management of... Read more
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The Age
Cultural accountability is not a choicesomething is not right, how does the business treat the person who blew the whi
Cultural accountability is not a choice
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
something is not right, how does the business treat the person who blew the whistle in an effort to correct wrongdoing? Griffith University recently launched a ground breaking three-year project investigating effective management of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cultural accountability is not a choicesomething is not right, how does the business treat the person who blew the whi
Cultural accountability is not a choice
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
something is not right, how does the business treat the person who blew the whistle in an effort to correct wrongdoing? Griffith University recently launched a ground breaking three-year project investigating effective management of... Read more
4 related stories
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Canberra Times
Cultural accountability is not a choicesomething is not right, how does the business treat the person who blew the whi
Cultural accountability is not a choice
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
something is not right, how does the business treat the person who blew the whistle in an effort to correct wrongdoing? Griffith University recently launched a ground breaking three-year project investigating effective management of... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Cultural accountability is not a choicesomething is not right, how does the business treat the person who blew the whi
Cultural accountability is not a choice
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
something is not right, how does the business treat the person who blew the whistle in an effort to correct wrongdoing? Griffith University recently launched a ground breaking three-year project investigating effective management of... Read more
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6d
Daily Telegraph
Sydney battered by storms in 1974from its foundations on to sand at Collaroy earlier this month. Picture: Braden
Sydney battered by storms in 1974
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
from its foundations on to sand at Collaroy earlier this month. Picture: Braden Fastier According to a 2008 study by Griffith University academics Jeff Callaghan and Dr Peter Helman, the three most severe storms to hit Sydney since 1778 were... Read more
6d
Western Advocate
How political parties can deliver economic growthparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
How political parties can deliver economic growth
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
25 related stories
6d
The Young Witness
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
25 related stories
6d
Kiama Independent
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Kiama Independent / Posted 6 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
25 related stories
6d
Manning River Times
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
25 related stories
6d
Goondiwindi Argus
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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The North West Star
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
25 related stories
6d
Daily Liberal
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to economic growthparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education, not corporate tax cuts, leads to economic growth
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
25 related stories
6d
Illawarra Mercury
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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The Courier
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
25 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economistsparticularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Prof
Education spending beats company tax cuts, say economists
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
particularly large one - even in the absence of any other policy changes," Professor Maddock said. Professor Tony Makin of Griffith University also disagreed, stressing the benefits of cutting corporate taxes. "Cutting company tax is unequivocally... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Queensland’s most inspirationalin journalism for Bray, who was editor of The Courier-Mail for 26 years. He als
Queensland’s most inspirational
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
in journalism for Bray, who was editor of The Courier-Mail for 26 years. He also set up Brisbane’s second university, Griffith University in the 1970 and became the inaugural Chancellor. He was knighted in 1974 for his services to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Lettersintolerance and fear? Doug Steley, HeyfieldPUBLIC WANT VOTE A new study by th
Letters
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
intolerance and fear? Doug Steley, HeyfieldPUBLIC WANT VOTE A new study by the Centre for Governance and Public Policy at Griffith University found 70 per cent of voters believe the people should vote on the issue of same sex-marriage and only 19... Read more
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