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  1. Event helps homeless in Mackay

    Published: 26 Apr 2017

    More than 100 000 Australians will be homeless tonight.

  2. Partnership program shapes future leaders

    Published: 26 Apr 2017

    Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.

  3. Powerful ANZAC tribute by former CQUni students

    Published: 26 Apr 2017

    Former CQUni students Tom Busby and Jeremy Marou have definitely been busy in recent months with the release of their third studio album, ‘Postcards From The Shell House’ which debuted at Number One on the ARIA Albums Chart at the end of February.

  4. A new dawn for Townsville teen, with help from SUN program

    Published: 26 Apr 2017

    Chase Trybula has tended to stand out from the crowd thanks to his speedy name, American accent and ability to juggle five balls or three clubs.

  5. Indigenous students make it their 'business' to succeed, thanks to generous scholarship

    Published: 24 Apr 2017

    Indigenous student Christi Chapman says she's always had a 'keen eye for business' but knows she has to put in the hard yards to create career opportunities in this field.

  6. Distance no barrier to education

    Published: 24 Apr 2017

    How far would you go for your child’s education?For Winton couple Mick and Dana Heslin the answer is literally "ten-and-a-half hours to Mackay, and ten-and-a-half back".

  7. Milestone event for Permaculture Design program

    Published: 24 Apr 2017

    CQUniversity has awarded an Honorary Doctorate to the co-originator of the permaculture concept, David Holmgren, during the launch of the Graduate Diploma in Permaculture Design.

  8. Two new publications take flight at Bird Cage bar

    Published: 24 Apr 2017

    Lovers of literature recently flocked to CQUniversity Rockhampton North for a double-header event.

  9. Oceans of time for writing at North Keppel Island

    Published: 24 Apr 2017

    Writers across all genres are encouraged to sign up for a Writing Weekend at the North Keppel Island Environmental Education Centre on 19-21 May.

  10. Science underpins the economy of FNQ, says CQUni speaker

    Published: 24 Apr 2017

    Science underpins the economy of Far North Queensland, which is heavily dependent on sustainable use of our internationally recognised natural assets.


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