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Flinders unveils ‘visionary’ health precinct

Southern Adelaide’s economy is set to boom after plans were released for Flinders Village, a $1.5 billion health and education precinct. Located at Flinders University’s Bedford Park campus and adjacent to Flinders Station, the Village will include a Health Research ...

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Game Over: Is ‘gaming disorder’ real?

While long suspected to be addictive, gaming that interferes with one’s daily life has now been designated as a “disorder” by the World Health Organization (WHO). Importantly, a “gaming disorder” diagnosis isn’t based on how much time someone spends on ...

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Technology driving seismic shifts in construction

A snapshot of Australia’s construction industry shows how technology is being used to drive productivity, increase revenue and ensure safety. The survey of 170 Australian businesses was commissioned by Procore Technologies and conducted by independent research group ARA Research. It ...

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Education agents missing out on untapped market

An untapped market exists for specialist student accommodation agents, new research has found. Cohort Go’s survey of 651 international students found that most were only partially satisfied with their accommodation, giving a poor satisfaction rating of 57 out of 100. ...

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Premium paid for data experts: opinion

The volume of data available to organisations is growing exponentially and so is demand for the professionals who know how to gain advantages from the use of “big data”. Universities are responding by launching more courses to meet demand for ...

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Bob Hawke: the great education reformer

This year’s federal election was overshadowed by an event many thought might push the Opposition over the line: the passing of Labor Party “son” and charismatic reformer Bob Hawke. Hawke, who was Prime Minister between 1983 and 1991, helped to ...

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Why social media is the new political barometer

After the dust settled from the Coalition’s upset win on the weekend, conversation quickly turned to how inaccurate the country’s major opinion polls had been. Throughout the election campaign Labor consistently led the Coalition 51:49; at the time Morrison took ...

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