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In an act of incredible generosity, Carole and Stanley Droder have bequeathed more than $3 million to the CSU Foundation to provide scholarships to residential undergraduate students.
With the First Nations Convention being held this week near Uluru, a CSU constitutional expert questions 'cosmetic' changes that do not change the legal status of Indigenous Australians.
In the face of political repudiation of scientific consensus about climate change, leaders from many religious traditions in Australia are championing truth and the environment over wilful neglect of the evidence.
A CSU lecturer and student have returned to work and study after being part of the first Australian disaster relief operation by Team Rubicon Australia in far north Queensland.
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