Flinders Business: Giving you portable skills that are always in demand
What does a thriving fine wine export business, the biggest online drugstore in China and one of South Australia’s leading social enterprises have in common? An entrepreneurial spirit, yes. But also, they’re all headed by alums of Flinders Business School. Aaron (Yalin) Zhou is Chairman of Australia Morish Wines
Rock into the exciting study world of tectonics
Does geology rock your world? Are you passionate to learn more about mountains, plate boundaries, the Pacific ring of fire volcanoes, and earthquakes in China, Nepal and New Zealand? One of Australia’s leading universities, The University of Queensland (UQ), has a strong teaching and research focus on tectonics;
Australian Universities producing job-ready graduates
“Within 10 years, 40% of the tasks people perform will have changed.” – Professor Phyllis Tharenou The current climate is one of huge change, and it has been largely agreed that “the nature of work is going to change – the jobs of tomorrow won’t be the same as jobs of today,” as Charlotte Seager writes for The
Flinders: A high-quality and globally-relevant Business education
Established in 1966, Flinders University is a modern and dynamic institution that has long been a centre of inspiring achievement: from pioneering research and excellence in teaching to the positive impact on the community. Offering both a vibrant and stimulating study environment, the university boasts a long-held
Nobel Peace Prize winners snubbed by Australia’s prime minister
AN AUSTRALIAN-founded international campaign to ban nuclear weapons has been awarded the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize, however the country’s Prime Minister has not publicly congratulated the organisation.
Australian airport security should target 'Muslims and immigrants'
One Nation want security screening at airports to be based on racial and religious profiling. Senator Malcolm Roberts said it is 'absurd' all travellers are treated the same despite race or religion.
Australian politician Pauline Hanson uses Easter message to condemn halal products
MOST public figures use Easter as an opportunity to spread Jesus’s teachings of love and tolerance, but one Australian politician decided to do something a little different this year: her message urges celebrants to buy non-halal Easter eggs and chocolate.
Australia say has information terrorists may attack Anzac Day service in Gallipoli
AUSTRALIA said on Thursday it had received information that terrorists may be planning to attack a World War One commemoration service at Gallipoli in Turkey later in the month.
UN rep urges Australia to reduce 'astounding' Aboriginal imprisonment rates
INCARCERATION rates among indigenous peoples in Australia are a “major human rights concern” and far behind those of other developed nations, the UN said.
Australia: Body of third victim found in aftermath of cyclone Debbie
AUSTRALIAN authorities on Sunday said they found a third body in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie and accompanying floods that swamped the country's east coast, as receding waters start revealing the human and economic cost of the storm.