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Charles Sturt wins National Merino Challenge

Tuesday, 28 May 2019

Charles Sturt wins National Merino Challenge Charles Sturt University students have out-classed the competition to be named the top tertiary team in the 2019 National Merino Challenge. Charles Sturt named top tertiary team in a national competition testing skills in merino production, breeding and fleece assessment The AWI National Merino...

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Charles Sturt University supports Mid North Coast youth excellence programs

Tuesday, 28 May 2019

Charles Sturt University supports Mid North Coast youth excellence programs Charles Sturt in Port Macquarie supports youth excellence programs on the Mid North Coast through its support for Litfest, Luminosity and Picture Justice Australia. Charles Sturt University engaging with regional youth to expand their opportunities Picture Justice Australia applications close...

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Mixed results for effects of free trade agreements on Australian agriculture

Friday, 24 May 2019

Mixed results for effects of free trade agreements on Australian agriculture A visiting economist has found free trade agreements produce mixed results for international trade in Australian agricultural products. Free trade agreements produce mixed results for Australian agricultural trade Wine and sugar have particularly benefitted from FTAs Need to learn...

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Three Rivers UDRH launches ‘Indigenous Pathways Into Health Handbook’

Thursday, 23 May 2019

Three Rivers UDRH launches ‘Indigenous Pathways Into Health Handbook’ A new resource for future Indigenous health students has been created by the Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Indigenous Health Success Team at Charles Sturt University and its partner organisations. Program aims to build student aspiration into health degrees,...

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Charles Sturt University supports 2019 National Simultaneous Storytime

Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Charles Sturt University supports 2019 National Simultaneous Storytime Libraries at Charles Sturt University in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, and Dubbo will host reading events on Wednesday 22 May as part of the annual 2019 National Simultaneous Storytime. Charles Sturt University in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst and Dubbo supports National Simultaneous Storytime at 11am on...

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Aged care, spirituality, frailty, and change

Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Aged care, spirituality, frailty, and change A leading researcher in ageing and spiritual life says the culture in Australia is changing and this must include the increasing need for qualified staff to provide care in residential aged care facilities. International conference in Canberra will examine ageing, cultures and change Leading...

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Charles Sturt boosts NSW Cyber Security Network

Monday, 20 May 2019

Charles Sturt boosts NSW Cyber Security Network The addition of Charles Sturt University to the NSW Cyber Security Network adds to the strength of the network’s research capabilities and provides new opportunities for cyber security research and development in regional NSW. Charles Sturt University is the first regional member of...

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Charles Sturt University student accepts prestigious international equine research internship

Thursday, 16 May 2019

Charles Sturt University student accepts prestigious international equine research internship Charles Sturt University Bachelor of Equine Science student Adelaide Kovac has been accepted into the prestigious and highly competitive Kentucky Equine Research internship program. Charles Sturt University student accepted to highly sought after international equine research internship Kentucky Equine Research...

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Religious freedom in Australia: theological reflections

Thursday, 16 May 2019

Religious freedom in Australia: theological reflections A special issue of St Mark’s Review on ‘Religious freedom in Australia’ was prompted by the 2017-18 Ruddock Review into religious freedom and its attendant controversies, but it is all the more relevant today. Theologians, ethicists and legal scholars offer insight into ‘religious freedom...

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The persistence of Right Wing Extremism in Australia

Wednesday, 15 May 2019

The persistence of Right Wing Extremism in Australia A Charles Sturt University academic argues that the historical persistence of Right Wing Extremism in Australia is not simply the consequence of an Australian-centric white nationalism, but is the result of international and domestic exchanges. Right Wing Extremism (RWE) persistence in Australia...

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