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Cloudy skies along Cairns esplanade

Queensland’s COVID damaged tourism industry is facing another hurdle as operators struggle to find workers.

16 September 2021

Researchers are raising a glass to a Queensland first: beer brewed using wild fermented yeast, hand-picked from a jacaranda tree at ֱ.

5 May 2020

Organisers want more than 1000 people to bring the Great Court to life on July 23 as ֱ attempts a Guinness World Records® title for the Largest Mindfulness Lesson – Single Venue.

1 July 2019

Young people with a disability and a passion for rugby will soon have the chance to play for the ֱ Rugby Football Club, thanks to ֱ’s annual Rugby Benefit Dinner.

25 September 2018
Time-to-stand-up-and-intervene

ֱ has continued its commitment to fostering a safe and respectful environment on all ֱ campuses by tackling challenges highlighted in the 2017 Australian Human Rights Commission report.

1 August 2018

ֱ’s Multi-Faith Chaplaincy is attempting to dispel myths and misconceptions that could contribute to people being targeted for being Jewish.

30 July 2018

ֱ does not have a gender-neutral language policy or a list of banned words. This has been misreported in the media. School of Political Science and International Studies Head Richard Devetak responds.

13 June 2018
Senior Bhutan Government officials took part in an Australia Awards Short Course.

Senior Bhutan Government officials plan to counter gender stereotypes and break down barriers to women’s participation as decision-makers in the workforce after completing an Australia Awards Short Course at ֱ.

19 December 2017

Men often appear to have an advantage over women in the workplace, but that is not always the case in female-dominated industries.

26 June 2017

As controversy continues to unfold at the White House, experts from ֱ are available to comment on various aspects of Donald Trump’s presidency.

24 February 2017

Plugging decommissioned oil and gas wells may become safer and more economical with a solution championed by University of Queensland researchers.

22 February 2017
Professor Graeme Orr.

Modern democracies need to break through wooden political sloganeering and judicial paternalism to reach a more rational, cooperative and democratic process, according to ֱ law Professor Graeme Orr.

8 November 2016
US flag.

Experts from ֱ are available to comment on various aspects of the United States Presidential Election.

7 November 2016

Returning home from work safely is something employees often take for granted, but workplace deaths can occur and most fatalities are preventable.

31 October 2016

A new book following in the footsteps of a hugely successful University of Queensland free online grammar course will be launched on 27 October.

25 October 2016