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Researchers discover bushfire smoke can kill animals living large distances away from fire zones
LATEST NEWS  26 Feb 2020

Researchers discover bushfire smoke can kill animals living large distances away from fire zones

Wildlife researchers from Charles Sturt University have reported the native Australian smoky mouse, named smoky because of its colour, as the first animal to die due to inhaling hazardous bushfire smoke from an area outside of the fire burn zones.

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For second year running, Charles Sturt earns ‘Employer of Choice for Gender Equality’ citation
LATEST NEWS  26 Feb 2020

For second year running, Charles Sturt earns ‘Employer of Choice for Gender Equality’ citation

The Employer of Choice for Gender Equality citation is designed to encourage, recognise and promote active commitment to achieving gender equality in Australian workplaces

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Associate Professor Dominic O'Sullivan profile

Associate Professor Dominic O'Sullivan

SPECIALTY TOPICS: Political Science, Self-Determination, New Zealand, Citizenship

Dominic came to Charles Sturt in 2008. He has over 50 refereed research publications including more than 30 refereed journal articles and book chapters and six books. He also has extensive political commentary experience for ABC Radio and has written for The Conversation, OpenForum, the New Zealand Herald, the Policy Space, Nursing Review and a number of other newspapers.

Dominic's work has had significant public policy influence.

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