Environment, planning and architecture

Pictures paint a thousand words on how Gold Coasters value The Spit

Do the photos we take and share using social media paint a picture of how we use and value when we visit parks and other open areas in our cities?
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Arts Education Law

Collaborative study aims to enhance child wellbeing in disadvantaged communities.

A new Australian Research Council Linkage Project led by Griffith University aims to improve child wellbeing in nine disadvantaged communities.
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Business and government

Griffith experts take on Budget 2018

Your guide to the key issues facing the nation for the next year.
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Business and government

Tackling long-term unemployment in the 2018 Budget

Governmental response needs to be multi-faceted.
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Business and government

Budget 2018: Is the petrol tank half full or half empty?

Australia has not maintained a sufficient oil reserve for 80 of the last 91 months.
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Business and government

Budget 2018 has unprecedented chance to address social disadvantage

History will see this era as revolutionary in awareness, but will it be disappointed by action?
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Business and government

Budget 2018: More planning needed to secure our cities’ futures

The problem with funding for cities is that it’s everywhere and nowhere. 
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Business and government

Stability and growth drive 2018 Budget defence portfolio

The primary outlays in the Defence portfolio are once again fixed personnel costs, continuing global operations, and phased capability acquisitions.
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Business and government

Budget 2018 may not go far enough to save the Great Barrier Reef

The natural wonder will need more than a modest cash injection to avail itself of its woes.
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Business and government

What price banking misconduct? Implications for the 2018 Budget

A lack of public trust and confidence in financial products and services may see a downturn of sales and activity.
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Business and government

The economics of the 2018-19 Federal Budget

Economics professor Fabrizio Carmignani breaks down the government's economic considerations in this year's Budget.
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Business and government

Party like it’s 1999: Why Budget 2018 feels like a throwback

At least, in terms of international commodity prices.
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Arts Education Law

Public forum aims to curb domestic and family violence

The Griffith University Violence Research and Prevention Program in partnership with the Queensland Government will host a public forum to discuss the Queensland Domestic and Family Violence Death Review and Advisory Board’s foundation year findings on May 8.
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Features

Zarraffa’s Coffee serves up $35,000 donation to help Griffith defeat malaria

One of the Gold Coast’s most iconic coffee chains is contributing to world-wide efforts to defeat the malaria parasite with a valuable donation towards research into a novel, world-leading malaria vaccine that is about to be evaluated in clinical trials at Griffith University.
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Business and government

The Beijing Factor: How China could shape President Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong-un

“The North Koreans ... demonstrated actually that they recognise that they might need the Chinese."
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Compounds Australia

Griffith’s Compounds Australia facility secures new automated compound storage system

Compounds Australia has announced that it has finalised the purchase of the state-of-the-art Hamilton Verso M3 automated compound storage system.
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Griffith School of Environment

Lending a helping hand to graduates pays off for Professor

Griffith University’s Professor Cordia Chu from the School of Environment and the School of Medicine has been awarded a Special Commendation for Excellence in Graduate Supervision at the annual Australian Council of Graduate Research (ACGR) Awards, held in Adelaide on Monday night. Professor Chu was one of two recipients of the special commendation chosen from a […]
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Environment, planning and architecture

Coral reefs create their own ‘cloud umbrellas’ to stay cool

Our coral reefs are feeling the heat - and new research has found that corals are making ‘cloud umbrellas’ to stay cool.
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