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Why a move to outsource lesson planning has NSW teachers hopping mad
OPINION  5 Aug 2022

Why a move to outsource lesson planning has NSW teachers hopping mad

A Charles Sturt University academic explores why this new development has upset many NSW teachers.

Charles Sturt University Society and Community Teaching and Education

This surgical procedure to impregnate greyhounds in Australia is a major animal welfare issue
OPINION  4 Aug 2022

This surgical procedure to impregnate greyhounds in Australia is a major animal welfare issue

The NSW government recently overturned a bill that a Charles Sturt Adjunct Lecturer said is a violation of animal rights.

Animal and Veterinary science Charles Sturt University

School playgrounds are getting squeezed: here are eight ways to keep students active in small spaces
OPINION  3 Aug 2022

School playgrounds are getting squeezed: here are eight ways to keep students active in small spaces

With some Sydney schools offering students less space to play in than a prison cell, Charles Sturt academics have contributed to a list of suggestions on how to keep kids active as their play spaces diminish.

Charles Sturt University Research

How might the review into the Reserve Bank of Australia affect your money, and home, in the future?
OPINION  29 Jul 2022

How might the review into the Reserve Bank of Australia affect your money, and home, in the future?

The Government has announced a review into the Reserve Bank of Australia - the first time in 30 years. This is after multiple interest rate rises, and with inflation at an all-time high of 6.1 per cent - the highest it’s been in 21 years.

Business and Economics Charles Sturt University Society and Community

Noir and nostalgia inform Chris Womersley’s tale of forgery, grief, and the seamy side of urban life
OPINION  19 Jul 2022

Noir and nostalgia inform Chris Womersley’s tale of forgery, grief, and the seamy side of urban life

This academic says there are a few things to consider before reading the new novel The Diplomat.

Arts and Culture Charles Sturt University

First Nations people in rural NSW felt more anxiety about COVID-19 than non-First Nations people
OPINION  15 Jul 2022

First Nations people in rural NSW felt more anxiety about COVID-19 than non-First Nations people

Australia's 'bungled response' to the pandemic left First Nations people in rural NSW feeling confused and vulnerable, according to research by Charles Sturt academics

Charles Sturt University Indigenous Research

How a new art project in Bathurst is embracing the many identities of the town
OPINION  8 Jul 2022

How a new art project in Bathurst is embracing the many identities of the town

A Charles Sturt academic explores the contrasting identities between First Nations and non-First Nations people associated with the iconic Mount Panorama in Bathurst through a community art project at the town’s annual Winter Festival.

Charles Sturt University Indigenous Society and Community

Disasters and the variable value of life
OPINION  5 Jul 2022

Disasters and the variable value of life

A Charles Sturt University academic argues for greater governmental preparedness and action to relieve the human suffering caused by natural disasters, and to avoid where possible or ameliorate man-made disasters when they occur.

Arts and Culture International Society and Community

Police violence in Fiji: an endemic problem with no simple end in sight
OPINION  1 Jul 2022

Police violence in Fiji: an endemic problem with no simple end in sight

The Fijian prime minister is quick to note the hypocrisy in other states’ criticisms of the Pacific islands nation, and democratic states like Australia and New Zealand are increasingly restrained in their support for stronger Fijian democracy.

International Policing and Security Law and Justice

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