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Strictly speaking | Concretes

Seen in large letters on café signs at Dubai airport, alongside burgers etc… The mind boggles as to what jaw-breaking kind of food this might be – maybe one of Heston Blumenthal’s latest inventions! Neither the Oxford Dictionary online nor ...

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JCU ordered to pay sacked professor $1.2m

Former James Cook University professor Peter Ridd will line his pockets with $1.2 million from his former employer’s coffers should it decide not to appeal the Federal Court ruling. The marine scientist was dismissed by JCU in May last year. ...

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Australia’s first ‘university college’ named

A Seventh-day Adventist higher education provider in Lake Macquarie, NSW, has become Australia’s first “university college”. Founded over a century ago, Avondale College of Higher Education had its new category status approved late last month by the federal government’s Tertiary Education ...

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Gender equality at UTS: the soapbox

Hi, Wade Zaglas here, education editor for Campus Review. Welcome to our new soapbox segment where we discuss some of the more the more controversial issues of the week. The University of Technology Sydney has made a decision to raise ...

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