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Sydney Morning Herald
Palaszczuk's 50 undelivered promises as election speculation mountsministers were on holidays, providing another reason it would be unlikely the e
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
ministers were on holidays, providing another reason it would be unlikely the election would be called this week. However, Griffith University political scientist Paul Williams said a few leftover promises from the 2015 election would not stop... Read more
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The Age
Palaszczuk's 50 undelivered promises as election speculation mountsministers were on holidays, providing another reason it would be unlikely the e
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
ministers were on holidays, providing another reason it would be unlikely the election would be called this week. However, Griffith University political scientist Paul Williams said a few leftover promises from the 2015 election would not stop... Read more
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Perth Now
'The whole world will know your name'— goes a long way in explaining the current fascination with her, Dr Jason Doyl
Perth Now / Posted 23 hours ago
— goes a long way in explaining the current fascination with her, Dr Jason Doyle, a lecturer in sports management at Griffith University, said she could also thank a recent boom in interest in women’s sport. He credits the success of the AFL... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort." Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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The Young Witness
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort." Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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The Age
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
The Age / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort.” Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort.” Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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Western Advocate
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort." Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort." Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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Manning River Times
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort." Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort." Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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The North West Star
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort." Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort." Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort." Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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The Courier
Brisbane education industry unfazed by bad Chinese pressjust under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent
The Courier / Posted yesterday
just under 26 per cent, about 2100, are from China. Chinese students represent 4 per cent of our total student cohort." Griffith University vice president Sarah Todd said research commissioned by the Australian Universities International... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The sweet ride to personal successof choice, according to research by dating website SeekingArrangement. More th
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
of choice, according to research by dating website SeekingArrangement. More than 26,500 of them live in Queensland and Griffith University is home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for the number of new... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
’Babies’ get sweet ride to personal successof choice, according to research by dating website SeekingArrangement. More th
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
of choice, according to research by dating website SeekingArrangement. More than 26,500 of them live in Queensland and Griffith University is home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for the number of new... Read more
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The Courier Mail
’Babies’ get sweet ride to personal successof choice, according to research by dating website SeekingArrangement. More th
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
of choice, according to research by dating website SeekingArrangement. More than 26,500 of them live in Queensland and Griffith University is home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for the number of new... Read more
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News.com.au
’Babies’ get sweet ride to personal successof choice, according to research by dating website SeekingArrangement. More th
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
of choice, according to research by dating website SeekingArrangement. More than 26,500 of them live in Queensland and Griffith University is home to the largest number in the state. It is ranked third in Australia for the number of new... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Study Suggests Neanderthals Enjoyed Long Childhoodsgrow at a faster rate than modern human molars ... which makes this individual
KPBS San Diego / Posted 2 days ago
grow at a faster rate than modern human molars ... which makes this individual unusual," paleoanthropologist Tanya Smith of Griffith University in Nathan, Australia, who studies Neanderthal tooth development, is quoted by Gibbons as saying. "Also,... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Aida opens new ears to art formin the sand. While this new production of Aida comes with camels, a huge cast,
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 4 days ago
in the sand. While this new production of Aida comes with camels, a huge cast, surf lifesavers, a community chorus, Griffith University student musicians and fireworks, the G-rated (soap) opera is no gimmick. The Coast season of Aida is a... Read more
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The North West Star
Bat experts study flowering gums and infectious diseases link in Qldeucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
eucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The international researchers are working with Griffith University, which will lead the field research side of the project. They want to study the cascading impact of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Bat experts study flowering gums and infectious diseases link in Qldeucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
eucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The international researchers are working with Griffith University, which will lead the field research side of the project. They want to study the cascading impact of... Read more
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The Courier
Bat experts study flowering gums and infectious diseases link in Qldeucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
eucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The international researchers are working with Griffith University, which will lead the field research side of the project. They want to study the cascading impact of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Bat experts study flowering gums and infectious diseases link in Qldeucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
eucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The international researchers are working with Griffith University, which will lead the field research side of the project. They want to study the cascading impact of... Read more
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The Young Witness
Bat experts study flowering gums and infectious diseases link in Qldeucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The
The Young Witness / Posted 4 days ago
eucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The international researchers are working with Griffith University, which will lead the field research side of the project. They want to study the cascading impact of... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bat experts study flowering gums and infectious diseases link in Qldeucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
eucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The international researchers are working with Griffith University, which will lead the field research side of the project. They want to study the cascading impact of... Read more
8 related articles
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Kiama Independent
Bat experts study flowering gums and infectious diseases link in Qldeucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 days ago
eucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The international researchers are working with Griffith University, which will lead the field research side of the project. They want to study the cascading impact of... Read more
8 related articles
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Manning River Times
Bat experts study flowering gums and infectious diseases link in Qldeucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
eucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The international researchers are working with Griffith University, which will lead the field research side of the project. They want to study the cascading impact of... Read more
8 related articles
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Goondiwindi Argus
Bat experts study flowering gums and infectious diseases link in Qldeucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 days ago
eucalypts, forcing bats to locate in new colonies, often closer to humans. The international researchers are working with Griffith University, which will lead the field research side of the project. They want to study the cascading impact of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tiny houses: Who wants them and why?Tiny houses: Interest is growing but who wants them and why? By Heather Sheare
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Tiny houses: Interest is growing but who wants them and why? By Heather Shearer, Griffith University Related Story: Man charged over tiny house allegedly stolen from Canberra, driven to Queensland Tiny houses are now so popular that someone was... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
How artificial intelligence is changing personal financecoming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
coming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied ethics and sociotechnical studies at Griffith University. He estimates it will take three to 10 years before AI-powered personal finance services are safe for the... Read more
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The Young Witness
How artificial intelligence is changing personal financecoming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
coming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied ethics and sociotechnical studies at Griffith University. He estimates it will take three to 10 years before AI-powered personal finance services are safe for the... Read more
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Western Advocate
How artificial intelligence is changing personal financecoming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
coming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied ethics and sociotechnical studies at Griffith University. He estimates it will take three to 10 years before AI-powered personal finance services are safe for the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
How artificial intelligence is changing personal financecoming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied
Kiama Independent / Posted 6 days ago
coming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied ethics and sociotechnical studies at Griffith University. He estimates it will take three to 10 years before AI-powered personal finance services are safe for the... Read more
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Manning River Times
How artificial intelligence is changing personal financecoming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
coming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied ethics and sociotechnical studies at Griffith University. He estimates it will take three to 10 years before AI-powered personal finance services are safe for the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
How artificial intelligence is changing personal financecoming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 days ago
coming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied ethics and sociotechnical studies at Griffith University. He estimates it will take three to 10 years before AI-powered personal finance services are safe for the... Read more
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The North West Star
How artificial intelligence is changing personal financecoming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
coming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied ethics and sociotechnical studies at Griffith University. He estimates it will take three to 10 years before AI-powered personal finance services are safe for the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
How artificial intelligence is changing personal financecoming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
coming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied ethics and sociotechnical studies at Griffith University. He estimates it will take three to 10 years before AI-powered personal finance services are safe for the... Read more
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The Border Mail
How artificial intelligence is changing personal financecoming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
coming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied ethics and sociotechnical studies at Griffith University. He estimates it will take three to 10 years before AI-powered personal finance services are safe for the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
How artificial intelligence is changing personal financecoming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
coming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied ethics and sociotechnical studies at Griffith University. He estimates it will take three to 10 years before AI-powered personal finance services are safe for the... Read more
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The Courier
How artificial intelligence is changing personal financecoming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
coming like a freight train," says Dr David Tuffley, senior lecturer in applied ethics and sociotechnical studies at Griffith University. He estimates it will take three to 10 years before AI-powered personal finance services are safe for the... Read more
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Punto Central Luzon
Punto! Central Luzon -the Angeles City Science High School (ACSHS) are prepping up for the prestigiou
Punto Central Luzon / Posted 6 days ago
the Angeles City Science High School (ACSHS) are prepping up for the prestigious Australian Robotics Challenge hosted by Griffith University in the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia next month. The two teams are made up of senior high school... Read more
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University of Queensland
Home ground success edges UQ closer to historic sevens titleThe University of Queensland (60 points) 2nd: Bond University (52 points) 3rd
University of Queensland / Posted 7 days ago
The University of Queensland (60 points) 2nd: Bond University (52 points) 3rd: Macquarie University (48 points) 4th: Griffith University (38 points) 5th: University of Canberra (34 points) 6th: University of Adelaide (30 points) 7th:... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
UNE Lions have serious form wobbleUniversity of Queensland in Brisbane on Sunday. In their first match, UNE lost
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 8 days ago
University of Queensland in Brisbane on Sunday. In their first match, UNE lost 15-12 to the University of Adelaide, before Griffith University thumped them 36-0 to claim seventh place in the eight-team tournament. UQ made it three tournament wins... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wallabies vice-captain Will Genia praises next generation scrumhalf Joe PowellUniversity sevens debut on Saturday and helped beat the University of New Engla
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
University sevens debut on Saturday and helped beat the University of New England 29-14, Bond University 25-12 and Griffith University 17-12. Australian representative Cassie Staples said: "I'm stoked with today, we're three from... Read more
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Canberra Times
Swooping magpie website alerts people to attack hotspots in bird breeding seasonbut if you're really unlucky, they get the odd eye." While many people are war
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
but if you're really unlucky, they get the odd eye." While many people are wary of all magpies, Professor Darryl Jones of Griffith University says that most magpies will leave people alone. "It's only a tiny fraction. Across the board it's around... Read more
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The Age
Swooping magpie website alerts people to attack hotspots in bird breeding seasonbut if you're really unlucky, they get the odd eye." While many people are war
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
but if you're really unlucky, they get the odd eye." While many people are wary of all magpies, Professor Darryl Jones of Griffith University says that most magpies will leave people alone. "It's only a tiny fraction. Across the board it's around... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Swooping magpie website alerts people to attack hotspots in bird breeding seasonbut if you're really unlucky, they get the odd eye." While many people are war
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
but if you're really unlucky, they get the odd eye." While many people are wary of all magpies, Professor Darryl Jones of Griffith University says that most magpies will leave people alone. "It's only a tiny fraction. Across the board it's around... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Saturday ScoreboardUNE Lions had tough first day in Brisbane for the third round of the series, go
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
UNE Lions had tough first day in Brisbane for the third round of the series, going down to Bond University 22-nil, Griffith University 34-nil and the University of Canberra 29-14. NATIONAL RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP The NSW Country Eagles were... Read more
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