Two leading Charles Sturt University Indigenous academics offer important messages for International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples on Sunday 9 August.
In this co-authored piece for The Conversation, Charles Sturt University PhD candidate Cathrynne Henshall explains which 10 common interactions between humans and horses are ‘unusual or downright rude’ from the horse’s perspective.
Ahead of the Black Lives Matter protests scheduled in Sydney on Tuesday 28 July, three academics argue that political leaders need to act on the protesters’ demands for judicial and police reform in Australia.
Charles Sturt Lecturer in Journalism Harry Dillon explores what the demise of eight former Bauer Media titles signals for the future of Australia's media landscape.
Fisheries experts from Charles Sturt University and the NSW Department of Primary Industries revisit Australia’s 2020-2019 bushfires and explain how the rain that followed the fires turned the home of Australia’s endangered Macquarie perch to sludge.
A Charles Sturt academic said producing enough sustainable resources is the key to accommodating population growths in regional NSW.
Professor Stan Grant Jnr says the two biggest powers in the world, China and the United States, are on a collision course, and Australia is arming itself.
A Charles Sturt political expert has weighed in on the Black Lives Matter protests, saying now is the time people need to educate themselves about the issues the protests have brought to the forefront.
Over 40 years ago, industrial workers in the UK tried to stall their impending redundancies by developing a suite of ‘socially useful’ products their company could manufacture. Could similar worker-driven innovation be the key to Australia’s post-COVID-19 economic recovery?
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