Search results for: sport and corruption

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1 May 2024

No magic wand

A key plank of the Queensland Government’s new Community Safety Plan is to expand police use of metal detector wands, even though there is no evidence that they help reduce violent crime say Griffith Criminology Institute researchers.

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2 November 2018

The Olympics for South East Queensland? Thinking more deeply about infrastructure and legacy

By Associate Professor Sue Harris-Rimmer Griffith Law School South-east Queensland (SEQ) has just hosted the Commonwealth Games and is preparing...

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27 September 2013

Blowing the whistle on sports corruption

Australia is a sports-loving nation but it is far from immune from the corruption of match-fixing and illegal betting, writes Dr Ashutosh Misra. Preserving the integrity of sport has become a major issue for sports bodies and law enforcement agencies throughout the world

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7 February 2013

Short odds for sports corruption

Organised crime across the globe is infiltrating the multi-billion online betting industry with ease Griffith University researchers say.

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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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20 February 2023
Australia seen from space

A Theory of Place

Griffith University's Chancellor Andrew Fraser asks us to consider our our provenance. He asks us about place, posits questions of patriotism, of people with a fidelity, about loyalty, connection of place, and of belonging.

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26 September 2022

The Power of Podcast with Hedley Thomas

In this instalment of Griffith University’s A Better Future for All series, Kerry O’Brien talks with the award-winning investigative journalist and podcaster Hedley Thomas.

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23 September 2020
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9 December 2016
Julieanne Alroe

Seven to receive honorary doctorates

Griffith will honour seven notable community members with honorary doctorates during graduation ceremonies in Brisbane and the Gold Coast over the next week. Almost 5000 graduating students are expected to attend.

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9 October 2014
Professor Andrew O'Neil, Head of School of Government and International Relations

Griffith’s G20 Experts

A wide range of Griffith University researchers are available for expert commentary on the forthcoming G20 Leaders Summit.

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