‘Build it and they will come’: the role of employment in making Brisbane a global city

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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With the November, 2014 G20 meeting done and dusted, WOW’s resident historian, Professor Bradley Bowden, and colleague, Dr Andrea Insch (University of Otago, NZ) set about understanding the role of 34 years’ of rebranding strategy in transforming Brisbane into a global city. But what does this have to do with the world of work you […]

Scott earns maiden victory

Features
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Australian aerial skier Danielle Scott (Bachelor of Communications) has won her maiden Freestyle Skiing World Cup aerials event and finished third overall in the World Rankings.

The Pride of Griffith

Features
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The 2014 Commonwealth Games have drawn to a close with Australia proudly positioned 2nd on the medal tally. Griffith students and alumni have finished with 10 gold, five silver and seven bronze which would see Team Griffith placed 10th on the tally board if Griffith was a nation.

Griffith eyes gold on last day of competition

Griffith Sports College
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Day10-11 update Team Griffith athletes can add to their outstanding medal tally as the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games moves into the final day of competition. Cyclists Chloe Hosking and Kat Garfoot will ride for Australia in the women’s road race. Garfoot already has a bronze medal from these Games after finishing third in the individual […]