The internet has changed the world and offers the prospect of many things, including smart regions and intelligent campuses.
A Charles Sturt University journalism academic explains the Save Our Voices regional media campaign which seeks support from people in rural and regional areas who value the sense of community engendered by genuinely local news media.
A Charles Sturt political expert considers whether former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s parliamentary petition for a Royal Commission into Murdoch media’s scale and influence on democracy in Australia is the answer, and asks whether the public cares.
A Charles Sturt expert in climatology warns that although Australia will experience wetter than normal conditions this spring – courtesy of La Nina – in the longer term, the nation must be prepared for more frequent and intense drought.
A former Charles Sturt Occupational Therapy Lecturer visited exhibition 'Collections From the Asylum' and shares her thoughts on this look into a piece of the region's history.
Charles Sturt political expert Professor Dominic O'Sullivan said colonialism cannot be reversed, but it doesn't have to be a permanent state either.
Professor Stan Grant Jnr says the decision to cancel the TV talent show, Super Girl, more than a decade ago is just one example of how the Chinese Communist Party, for all its power, is afraid of its own people.
As the weather starts to warm and Australia’s snakes start to emerge, three Charles Sturt University wildlife ecologists decided to debunk a number of common myths about the reptile and say they cannot imagine a more misunderstood group of animals.
Professor Stan Grant says ‘China has told us how they see the world and their place in it, how that is rooted in history, homeland and harmony, and now the rest of the world must ask whether – or how – we can live with it.’
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