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The complexity of Fishermans Bend. Interview with Rob McGauran

Fisherman’s Bend has a long history as an industrial, commercial and scientific precinct close to but disconnected from Melbourne’s CBD. Towards the end of the previous State Government’s term, the then Planning Minister, Matthew Guy, rezoned part of the massive precinct capital city zone. 3,418 more words

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Excerpts from ‘An Interview with Charles Zika’

This interview appears in A World Enchanted: Magic and the Margins, a collection of essays in honour of Charles Zika, a Festshrift honouring the life and scholarly work of Professor Charles Zika, a CHE Chief Investigator at The University of Melbourne. 2,378 more words


Nothing Sacred

Nothing Sacred, a verse novel by Linda Weste was launched at Museo Italiano last Wednesday.

Nothing Sacred is a novel written in free verse poems. 634 more words


Sick teddies teach kids to live healthy

Melbourne University students spent their weekend triaging and treating teddies to educate children about healthy living.

Around 600 student doctors, nurses, dentists, physiotherapists and optometrists volunteered their time and expertise to the… 540 more words

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Happiness the Key to Learning

Kristie Kellahan, in her Sydney Morning Herald article entitled ‘Happiness is a key to learning’ quoted Esther Wood, Principal, Burwood Heights Primary School, who said that: ‘Everything flows from happiness. 408 more words

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The assignments are starting to pile up and having two labs a week is really time consuming however I’ve managed to take some time to admire the campus and attend a networking event organised by the Chancellors Scholars Programme with current post grads who used to been the course.   69 more words