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26 May 2010

Ancient bird stencils discovered in Arnhem Land

Ancient bird stencils, more than 9000 years old, have been discovered in a remote part of Arnhem Land by a...

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11 August 2023
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30 June 2023

Griffith backs progress for para-athletes in the Pacific with first visit to Palau

Griffith University’s Director of Games Engagement and Partnerships, Dr Caroline Riot, has recently returned from a trip to “pristine” Palau...

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21 November 2013
Membes of the Eskitis Foundation Board with Professor Ron Quinn AM

Eskitis Foundation Board established

Griffith’s Eskitis Institute marks its tenth anniversary with the announcement of the new Eskitis Foundation Board.

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29 February 2024
'The Gabba' in Woolloongabba, Brisbane

From white elephants to a sustainable legacy

The scrutiny of infrastructure planning for the Brisbane 2032 Olympics is intensifying. In alignment with the International Olympic Committee's emphasis on sustainability and legacy, venues must prioritise plans that ensure a lasting positive impact, conforming to the standards of the 'the new norm'.

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10 April 2023
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24 November 2022
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28 September 2022
Seven Sisters

Marra Wonga’s Seven Sisters story

Marra Wonga is a large sandstone rock shelter and art site near Barcaldine, central Queensland. There are estimated to be at least 15,000 petroglyphs, mostly animal tracks, lines, grooves and drilled holes, as well as 111 hand-related and object stencils spread across 160 metres.

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22 November 2021
The Birdsnest

Olympic Sized Problems

Hosting a major or even mega-sporting event like the Olympic and Paralympic Games is regarded by many as a great honour for the host city. But it presents some major challenges as well: How does Brisbane integrate infrastructure, create precincts while limiting legacy impacts.

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22 July 2021
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