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Orange by-election has implications for major political parties

Monday, 28 Nov 2016

A CSU political scientist says that the results of the Orange by-election should be a concern for both sides of politics as it suggests discontent with the major parties.

Social work students’ life-changing experience of Samoa

Friday, 4 Dec 2015

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A study tour to Samoa has given two CSU students a life-changing insight into the opportunities and challenges of working in a developing country.

Creative study tour experience of a lifetime

Friday, 28 Aug 2015

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Performance and theatre design students at CSU have returned from an exhilarating study tour with an expanded view of the career opportunities that await them.

Nuclear power stations and underground comics = cultural heritage

Thursday, 28 May 2015

Touring old nuclear power stations may not be high on many European travel itineraries but it was for one CSU academic.

CSU expert commends review of Data Retention Bill

Tuesday, 3 Mar 2015

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A CSU intelligence and security expert has welcomed last week's parliamentary report into the proposed national Data Retention Bill.

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