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02 July 2018

CQUniversity is helping to sponsor three Yeppoon-based projects which are using art as a vehicle for positive change in the community.

12 February 2018

A CQUniversity research student has found a rare algae indicating very good water quality in Kelly’s Dam – the raw water storage for the Capricorn Coast’s water supply.

30 November 2017

CQUniversity student Skye Michaels has helped Livingstone Shire Council gear up for the storm season by working on a new 'Who's Who in the Disaster Crew' information booklet and associated education campaign.

It’s a long way to the top if you’re serving sausage rolls

What’s it take to be Queensland’s top school tuckshop convenor for the second year in a row? Read more

Published: 22 November 2017

Iconic children's entertainer Jay Laga'aia on his way to CQUni Village Festival

Iconic children's entertainer Jay Laga'aia is on his way to the CQUni Village Festival this weekend, boosting the range of entertainment appealing to families with young children. Read more

Published: 04 August 2017

‘Sucker Punch’ proves to be an impactful creative project

Can a theatre production help save lives? Tegan Devine certainly hopes so. Read more

Published: 01 August 2017

CQUni Alumnus nominated for AusMumpreneur Awards

After winning 2014-2016 International Coach of the Year, CQUniversity Psychology graduate Naomi Arnold has now been nominated for the 2017 AusMumpreneur Awards. Read more

Published: 30 June 2017

A mother of an opportunity to celebrate ‘Day of the Midwife’

Capricorn region residents are urged to step out to celebrate the International Day of the Midwife on the morning of Friday, 5 May. Read more

Published: 18 April 2017

CQUni pitching in to help with Capricorn Coast water supply study

Livingstone Shire Council is set to get the clearest picture yet of the Capricorn Coast Water Supply, with council partnering with CQUniversity for a water quality study at Kelly’s Offstream Storage. Read more

Published: 09 January 2017

Council and Uni draw on inspiration for Yeppoon arts and culture precinct

A delegation from Livingstone Shire Council and CQUniversity – including Mayor Bill Ludwig, Councillor for Regional Arts Development Nigel Hutton and Vice-Chancellor Scott Bowman - recently visited Broken Hill in NSW to gather ideas to advance the establishment of a dedicated arts and culture precinct in the Yeppoon CBD. Read more

Published: 20 June 2016