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25 June 2024
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7 June 2024
Fresh produce sold at the Efate Port Vila Market in Vanuatu. (Asian Development Bank)

Researcher encourages youth engagement in Vanuatu’s agriculture sector

As the global population is projected to reach 9 billion by 2050, the youth demographic (ages 15-24) will constitute about...

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28 April 2024

Rising costs can encourage a better kind of tourism

The rising costs of living and airfares point to long-haul travel being affordable for fewer people. It also might re-shape the way we think about tourism.

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18 April 2024
Griffith Business School Building, Gold Coast campus

Hospitality and Leisure Management subjects among the best in the world

Griffith Business School has again proved itself to be among the best in the world. With the release of the...

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17 April 2024
Typism exhibition - Grey Street Gallery

Not your average type

An international typography conference will be hosted in Australia for the first time in 67 years, with the Queensland College of Art and Design featuring heavily in the line-up.

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26 March 2024

Plan encourages habitat protection to prevent pandemics

Study urges conserving natural areas and promoting biodiversity to prevent disease outbreaks.

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26 March 2024
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30 November 2023

Putting the Master of Integrated Water Management into practice

“As a natural resource manager working in catchment management, the International Water Centre’s Master of Integrated Water Management supported my...

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13 November 2023
Telecoms

Lessons from the Optus outage for remote Australia

The Optus outage in Australia, affecting 10 million customers, exposed the vulnerability of telecommunications, especially in remote areas. While urban disruptions garnered attention, rural communities faced greater challenges, emphasizing the normalcy of such events says Dr Amber Marshall.

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5 October 2023

Vaccine via the nasal passage could be the new line of defence against Strep A

As Streptococcus A cases continue to be prevalent in Queensland and internationally, a new nasal vaccine could provide long-term protection from the deadly bacteria.

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