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Two past coup leaders face off in Fiji election as Australia sharpens its focus on Pacific

Wednesday, 14 Nov 2018

CSU politics expert discusses the upcoming Fijian general election in The Conversation, just as Australia’s main political parties devote more attention to the western Pacific, driven by worries about China’s growing influence in the region.

Does ‘big data’ mean the end of community policing?

Wednesday, 7 Nov 2018

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A leading CSU policing academic argues that traditionally provided day-to-day policing services are at risk as police agencies across the world struggle to deal with increased and more complex demands upon their time, energy and resources.

One man’s trash: how using everyday items for play benefits kids

Friday, 2 Nov 2018

Physical education expert Brendon Hyndman looks at how everyday items can be used to improve the quality of primary school children's play in The Conversation.

Phubbing (phone snubbing) happens more in the bedroom than when socialising with friends

Thursday, 1 Nov 2018

CSU researcher Yeslam Al-Saggaf asked "have you ever been around people who spend more time looking at their phone than they do at you?" and reports some surprising and not-so-surprising results in The Conversation.

‘Soil probiotics’ promise bigger, healthier crops, but there’s a downside

Wednesday, 24 Oct 2018

CSU post-doctoral fellow Dr Adam Frew discusses the pros and cons of using soil fungi to 'fertilise' food crops in The Conversation.

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