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Romper Stomper reboot is a compelling investigation into Australia’s extremist politics

Tuesday, 2 Jan 2018

Dr Troy Whitford, a lecturer in Intelligence and Security Studies at CSU, writes in The Conversation that the remake of the 1992 movie Romper Stomper reflects new schisms and complexities in contemporary Australian extremist politics.

I’ve got varicose veins. What can I do about them?

Wednesday, 20 Dec 2017

Dr Caroline Robinson, course director with the CSU Faculty of Science, dispels some myths regarding varicose veins.

Lionel Murphy ‘still an open question’: CSU researcher

Wednesday, 13 Dec 2017

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A CSU researcher has examined the highly complex and unprecedented judicial scandal about the conduct of Mr Lionel Murphy, a controversial former left-wing political figure in the Whitlam Labor government and later Justice of the High Court of Australia.

I’ve always wondered: why don’t chickens look down when they scratch?

Friday, 1 Dec 2017


I've always wondered why a hen never looks down when it scratches. Surely if it did so it could lead to greater success, but is there something anatomical that dictates that the head must be up when it scratches?

Let’s be honest, there’s more wrong with the NDIS than just ‘teething problems’

Thursday, 30 Nov 2017


It's widely known there are significant problems with the way the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is operating. These problems have been reported at regular intervals over the past few months.

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