“I think protecting our borders is an issue that can be done without losing our humanity.” So says the Honourable Anthony Albanese MP, the Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, and Cities, and Shadow Minister for Tourism, who told Griffith University’s A Middle Ground podcast that Labor ensured the passage of the Medevac Bill because […]
The Queensland Conservatorium has unveiled its 2019 concert season, which promises to deliver another year of remarkable performances and industry collaboration.
By Adrian Edwards The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry (the Commission) will be remembered for the displays or drama and sensationalism. Some of the headlines featured fainting executives under cross examination, executives admitting wrongdoing and confirmation of burgeoning executive salaries. The real drama was the hundreds of consumer […]
By Dr Samuli Haataja Griffith Law School In recent weeks there have been reports (here and here) of cyber attacks against the Australian Parliament’s computers and networks, and in the course of investigating this incident, it was revealed that the networks of Australia’s major political parties had also been compromised by who are believed to […]
Caitlene Hillman has added another feather to her already-well-plumed cap, enjoying success on the national stage.
When many of today’s supply chains were designed and built the world was a much different place. Instead of relative stability and a degree of predictability we now face a highly uncertain and turbulent business environment. Whereas in the past organisations could plan ahead and make forecasts with some degree of confidence, now the emphasis […]
Griffith law students recieved the Best Applicant Memorial Award at the national rounds of the Philip C Jessup International Law moot court competition held in Canberra this month.