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14 February 2018

There’s great potential in Australia for creative projects able to demonstrate innovative work and life options for young Indigenous people.

08 February 2018

Fresh from being named a Member of the Order of Australia last month, CQUniversity academic Henrietta Marrie AM is preparing for a big year, as she drives innovative projects across education, the arts, and cultural opportunity.

29 January 2018
If you have to explain a joke it was probably not that funny in the first place! That’s not stopping more than 40 Humour Studies scholars converging on Cairns for their annual conference from 2-4 February.
Ray's Indigenous background boosts affinity with Khmer people

From the moment Ray Rosendale stepped off the plane in Cambodia, he says the country and its people entranced him. Read more

Published: 22 January 2018

CQUniversity signs agreement with Hinterland Aviation

CQUniversity has joined forces with Hinterland Aviation signing an agreement that will see the local airline provide practical flight training for CQUniversity students. Read more

Published: 19 December 2017

Cairns basketball expands with sod-turn on new sports sciences building

CQUniversity’s commitment to basketball Cairns has been boosted with the Vice-Chancellor Professor Scott Bowman joining Cairns Taipans players and Federal Member for Leichhardt Warren Entsch to turn the sod on the construction of a new building that will expand Cairns Basketball. Read more

Published: 18 December 2017

Cairns teens ‘behind the scenes’ as Sports Science MVPs

Ten lucky senior school students recently had the chance for a unique behind-the-scenes game day clinic with the CQUniversity Cairns Taipans. Read more

Published: 23 November 2017

International visitor helps Cairns residents take a holistic look at dementia issue

Health professionals and interested members of the public in Cairns have been invited to hear from an international expert in the field of dementia, Professor Sube Banerjee. Read more

Published: 10 November 2017

Cairns man proud to make an ‘impression’ on people

People who work with Glenn Dutton often end up looking like they’ve survived a nasty accident. Read more

Published: 02 November 2017

La Niña predicted to bring rain for north and fires for south

Following last week’s La Niña watch activation by the Bureau of Meteorology, weather experts are on standby to see if Australia will be affected by a combination of active monsoons in the north and dry, fire weather in the south east of the country this summer. Read more

Published: 30 October 2017