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Canberra Times
'Bastard child': Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics s
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics such as Clive Hamilton – an academic at Charles Sturt University who resigned from the authority's board in February –dismissed the review as giving "a veneer of... Read more
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The North West Star
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics s
The North West Star / Posted 12 hours ago
to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics such as Clive Hamilton - an academic at Charles Sturt University who resigned from the authority's board in February -dismissed the review as giving "a veneer of... Read more
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The Courier
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics s
The Courier / Posted 12 hours ago
to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics such as Clive Hamilton - an academic at Charles Sturt University who resigned from the authority's board in February -dismissed the review as giving "a veneer of... Read more
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WA Today
'Bastard child': Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics s
WA Today / Posted 12 hours ago
to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics such as Clive Hamilton – an academic at Charles Sturt University who resigned from the authority's board in February –dismissed the review as giving "a veneer of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics s
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 hours ago
to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics such as Clive Hamilton - an academic at Charles Sturt University who resigned from the authority's board in February -dismissed the review as giving "a veneer of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics s
The Border Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics such as Clive Hamilton - an academic at Charles Sturt University who resigned from the authority's board in February -dismissed the review as giving "a veneer of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics s
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 hours ago
to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics such as Clive Hamilton - an academic at Charles Sturt University who resigned from the authority's board in February -dismissed the review as giving "a veneer of... Read more
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The Age
'Bastard child': Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics s
The Age / Posted 13 hours ago
to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics such as Clive Hamilton – an academic at Charles Sturt University who resigned from the authority's board in February –dismissed the review as giving "a veneer of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Bastard child': Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics s
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
to Australia meeting its international target commitments." However, critics such as Clive Hamilton – an academic at Charles Sturt University who resigned from the authority's board in February –dismissed the review as giving "a veneer of... Read more
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Western Advocate
MESSAGE WALL: Leave a note for CSU’s 2017 graduatesnumerous cups of coffee, countless assignments and presentations – graduation d
Western Advocate / Posted 18 hours ago
numerous cups of coffee, countless assignments and presentations – graduation days are upon us. Hundreds of students from Charles Sturt University campuses across the state will doff their cap and leave the university for the last time as they... Read more
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Western Advocate
MESSAGE WALL: Leave a note for CSU’s 2017 graduatesnumerous cups of coffee, countless assignments and presentations – graduation d
Western Advocate / Posted 20 hours ago
numerous cups of coffee, countless assignments and presentations – graduation days are upon us. Hundreds of students from Charles Sturt University campuses across the state will doff their cap and leave the university for the last time as they... Read more
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The Border Mail
MESSAGE WALL: Leave a note for CSU’s 2017 graduatesnumerous cups of coffee, countless assignments and presentations – graduation d
The Border Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
numerous cups of coffee, countless assignments and presentations – graduation days are upon us. Hundreds of students from Charles Sturt University campuses across the state will doff their cap and leave the university for the last time as they... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Free degrees for teachers who head westa $10,000 sign-on bonus, a $5,000 retention benefit annually for up to 10 years
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
a $10,000 sign-on bonus, a $5,000 retention benefit annually for up to 10 years. Meaghan Kempson is studying teaching at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst and already has plans to head west after she graduates next year. Originally from... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Graduates achieve dreams, set off on their careerswork with the final year of tertiary studies in 2017. On Friday her efforts yi
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
work with the final year of tertiary studies in 2017. On Friday her efforts yielded results when she graduated from Charles Sturt University (CSU) with a Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Primary). Ms Hinds was one of 74 graduates... Read more
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Daily Liberal
A stellar year for everyoneschool campuses and partnerships with TAFE Western Institute and University of
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
school campuses and partnerships with TAFE Western Institute and University of Sydney, University of Newcastle and Charles Sturt University. The three campuses are: Dubbo College Delroy Campus: a Years 7 – 10 junior campus. Dubbo College... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Should we suddenly fear China?throughout universities. Clive Hamilton, a Professor and the holder of the vic
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 days ago
throughout universities. Clive Hamilton, a Professor and the holder of the vice-chancellor’s chair in public ethics at Charles Sturt University, has found this out first-hand. The publishing of his book Silent Invasion — an examination of... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Should we suddenly fear China?throughout universities. Clive Hamilton, a Professor and the holder of the vic
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 4 days ago
throughout universities. Clive Hamilton, a Professor and the holder of the vice-chancellor’s chair in public ethics at Charles Sturt University, has found this out first-hand. The publishing of his book Silent Invasion — an examination of... Read more
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News.com.au
Should we suddenly fear China?China's concerns. Clive Hamilton, a Professor and the holder of the vice-chanc
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
China's concerns. Clive Hamilton, a Professor and the holder of the vice-chancellor’s chair in public ethics at Charles Sturt University, has found this out first-hand. The publishing of his book Silent Invasion — an examination of... Read more
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Western Advocate
It’s time for medical equity for rural patients: Geepushed for the school to receive funding so it could be established. He said t
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
pushed for the school to receive funding so it could be established. He said the school, which was a joint initiative of Charles Sturt University (CSU) and La Trobe University, would help ease doctor shortages in the bush. “There is a chronic... Read more
5d
BBC News
Academic claims China book 'censored'as "groundless" and stirring up "China panic".'Extensive legal advice' Prof Ha
BBC News / Posted 5 days ago
as "groundless" and stirring up "China panic".'Extensive legal advice' Prof Hamilton, who specialises in public ethics at Charles Sturt University, has published several other books through Allen & Unwin. He said his latest book was critical of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Have varicose veins? Here's what you can do about themVaricose veins: Here's what you can do about them By Caroline Robinson, Charle
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Varicose veins: Here's what you can do about them By Caroline Robinson, Charles Sturt University Varicose veins is a term commonly used to describe visible leg veins. But true varicose veins are dilated and very prominent. Small varicose veins may... Read more
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The Border Mail
Jess’s passion for nursing to continue in CSU scholarshipThe legacy of Jess McLennan will live on in budding nurses of the future if her
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
The legacy of Jess McLennan will live on in budding nurses of the future if her family and Charles Sturt University can raise enough money for a scholarship in her name. The fund has raised more than $10,000 so far, over a third of the way to the... Read more
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Weekly Times
Glyphosate herbicide survivesAuthority) risk assessment process, which undermine the principles of scientifi
Weekly Times / Posted 6 days ago
Authority) risk assessment process, which undermine the principles of scientific approaches to regulation,” he said. Charles Sturt University Emeritus Professor Jim Pratley said the loss of glyphosate to Australian farmers would be... Read more
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Western Advocate
Think you can design a better logo for the city?to view from today. The long-term local, who uses a wheelchair and has cerebra
Western Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
to view from today. The long-term local, who uses a wheelchair and has cerebral palsy, has combined with a fellow Charles Sturt University graduate to create The Angus Project. The show’s synopsis is that a 20-year-old with cerebral palsy... Read more
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Western Advocate
Money for access is the problem, not CSUTHE question of whether Charles Sturt University has done the right thing or wr
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
THE question of whether Charles Sturt University has done the right thing or wrong thing in buying its way into Liberal Party fundraisers is all a matter of your perspective. The Western Advocate reveals today that CSU has spent more than $2500 over... Read more
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Western Advocate
CSU buys a place at Liberal Party’s table to push medical schoolCHARLES Sturt University (CSU) has defended spending $2665 to meet with Liberal
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
CHARLES Sturt University (CSU) has defended spending $2665 to meet with Liberal Party powerbrokers to further its case for a rural medical school. The NSW Auditor-General's Report states that: “Universities should ensure their policies prohibit... Read more
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Western Advocate
Angus stars in a web series project with a purposedisability. Long-term local Angus Thompson, who uses a wheelchair and has cere
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
disability. Long-term local Angus Thompson, who uses a wheelchair and has cerebral palsy, has combined with a fellow Charles Sturt University graduate to create The Angus Project. And the series won’t be for the faint-hearted. A series... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Options for sporting landscape’s future discussedthere is now a strong feeling the redevelopment at No. 1 Oval and potential con
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
there is now a strong feeling the redevelopment at No. 1 Oval and potential construction of a sporting precinct at Charles Sturt University will “benefit everyone”. There has been much conjecture about No. 1 Oval since Dubbo MP Troy Grant... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Health graduates finding it hard to get jobs in booming sectorfor nursing-related occupations, and nearly 50,000 graduates for health-related
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
for nursing-related occupations, and nearly 50,000 graduates for health-related occupations around the country. Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Port Macquarie opened a new campus 18 months ago, and head of campus Heather Cavanagh said... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Proof is in the tooth for the RFDSTOOTH expanded throughout NSW and where ever else it is needed across Australia
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
TOOTH expanded throughout NSW and where ever else it is needed across Australia.” Working at a clinic at Collarenebri are Charles Sturt University dental students Theodore Costa and Thong Vu with RFDS TOOTH program dentist Dr Callum Addison.... Read more
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Daily Liberal
RFDS sinks teeth into new venturerural dental and dental therapy students through collaborations between the RFD
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
rural dental and dental therapy students through collaborations between the RFDS and key university partners, including Charles Sturt University, Griffith University and the University of Sydney. Dental health is a major issue in Australia.... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Industry's battle to keep teenagers boozingof passage that break the myth that a celebration is not a celebration without
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 15 days ago
of passage that break the myth that a celebration is not a celebration without grog and getting smashed. Toni Hassan is a parent and a research scholar with the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture at Charles Sturt University in Canb... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Community has critical role in reducing DV in regionsA Charles Sturt University (CSU) expert says the community plays a critical rol
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 days ago
A Charles Sturt University (CSU) expert says the community plays a critical role in reducing domestic violence in regional Australia. Dr Andreia Schineanu, a research associate in the CSU School of Humanities and Social Sciences in Wagga Wagga, made... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Live forum: One in five Gunnedah children in need of helpdevelopment Census data. Royal Far West, a NSW-based country children's charit
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 18 days ago
development Census data. Royal Far West, a NSW-based country children's charity, has teamed up with Fairfax Media and Charles Sturt University to bring together the health, education and government industries to discuss with parents how the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Nation’s Human Rights law is grossly deficient, says academicdoes not address the Elephant in the House of Reps, that Australia does not hav
Western Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
does not address the Elephant in the House of Reps, that Australia does not have a Bill of Rights, said an academic from Charles Sturt University. Lisa Coates, lecturer at Law, at CSU, said when Hon Bill Shorten, Leader of the Opposition stood... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
One in five Gunnedah children in need of help | Live forum tonightdevelopment Census data. Royal Far West, a NSW-based country children's charit
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 18 days ago
development Census data. Royal Far West, a NSW-based country children's charity, has teamed up with Fairfax Media and Charles Sturt University to bring together the health, education and government industries to discuss with parents how the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year is Canberra pharmacist Elise ApolloniElise began working at Capital Chemist Calwell when she was 14. She continued w
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Elise began working at Capital Chemist Calwell when she was 14. She continued working in Canberra while she studied at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga, eventually becoming a partner in Capital Chemist Wanniassa in 2013. She says... Read more
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The Age
Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year is Canberra pharmacist Elise ApolloniElise began working at Capital Chemist Calwell when she was 14. She continued w
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
Elise began working at Capital Chemist Calwell when she was 14. She continued working in Canberra while she studied at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga, eventually becoming a partner in Capital Chemist Wanniassa in 2013. She says... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
University switches on 6,000 solar panels in 'significant milestone'Charles Sturt University installs Australia's largest rooftop solar power syste
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
Charles Sturt University installs Australia's largest rooftop solar power system A university in southern NSW has installed what it says is Australia's largest rooftop solar power system. Charles Sturt University (CSU) has switched on a 6,000-panel... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Community meeting to halve kids’ vulnerability rate in Gunnedahorganisation that provides health services to children living in rural and remo
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 20 days ago
organisation that provides health services to children living in rural and remote NSW, has teamed up with Fairfax Media and Charles Sturt University to bring together the health, education and government industries to discuss with parents how the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Five places you can get a houseRate: 3.4 per cent Average Salary: $52,518 p.a. (across all industries) Media
The Courier Mail / Posted 22 days ago
Rate: 3.4 per cent Average Salary: $52,518 p.a. (across all industries) Median House Price: $364,000 Tertiary Education: Charles Sturt University (Orange campus), Bathurst campus (which is the main university campus is 55km away), University of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Migrant families reconnect with the gateway to Australia 'in the middle of nowhere'its 70th anniversary. Connection to family is a common theme for many who visi
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
its 70th anniversary. Connection to family is a common theme for many who visit. Bruce Pennay is a historian at Charles Sturt University and has a special interest in the centre. "Here's one place in Australia where we want Australians... Read more
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The Border Mail
MP Wal Fife was true blue servant to votersFORMER member for Farrer Wal Fife has been lauded by his successors for his con
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
FORMER member for Farrer Wal Fife has been lauded by his successors for his contribution to the Liberal Party and Charles Sturt University. Huge night: Wal Fife and his wife Marcia in Albury celebrating him becoming the member for Farrer in the 1975... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Tributes to minister, regional uni founderhas been remembered fondly by former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer. His gr
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 24 days ago
has been remembered fondly by former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer. His greatest legacy was the establishment of Charles Sturt University in 1989, he said. "It was Wal's strategic approach with the Dr Cliff Blake (the university's first... Read more
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News.com.au
Tributes to minister, regional uni founderhas been remembered fondly by former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer. His gr
News.com.au / Posted 24 days ago
has been remembered fondly by former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer. His greatest legacy was the establishment of Charles Sturt University in 1989, he said. "It was Wal's strategic approach with the Dr Cliff Blake (the university's first... Read more
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The Age
Bonegilla's 70th anniversary: This way came a new Australiaprotection gets more headlines than immigration, have become nostalgic Bruce P
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
protection gets more headlines than immigration, have become nostalgic Bruce Pennay, associate professor and historian at Charles Sturt University, has been among the most assiduous in collecting and interpreting the mountain of stories from the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bonegilla's 70th anniversary: This way came a new Australiaprotection gets more headlines than immigration, have become nostalgic Bruce P
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
protection gets more headlines than immigration, have become nostalgic Bruce Pennay, associate professor and historian at Charles Sturt University, has been among the most assiduous in collecting and interpreting the mountain of stories from the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Author’s first book has silver liningcoming of age into a realm of artistic and creative tendencies. Mr Mobbs obtai
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
coming of age into a realm of artistic and creative tendencies. Mr Mobbs obtained an Education degree with Honours from Charles Sturt University. Recently, he completed a Bachelor Degree in Creative Arts and a Masters of Philosophy in the area... Read more
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Mumbrella
IAA 'Big Idea' Challenge winner announcedCharles Sturt University students won the International Advertising Association
Mumbrella / Posted 26 days ago
Charles Sturt University students won the International Advertising Association’s 2017 Big Ideas Challenge last week, beating teams from across Australia with a campaign for cloud document services aimed at teachers. The release; The International... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A giant Australian publisher scrapped a book on China's influence out of fear for Beijing's wrathhe is entitled to do. We continue to wish him the best of luck with the book."
Stamford Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
he is entitled to do. We continue to wish him the best of luck with the book." Hamilton, a professor of public ethics at Charles Sturt University, said the decision was worrying and "if it spreads, and other publishers are afraid of publishing... Read more
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