Supporting violence victims
A project to improve services for family and sexual violence victims in Papua New Guinea has received $3 million in Australian aid funding.
Australia Day Honour for ANU professor
Emeritus Professor Ron Duncan has been recognised in the Australia Day Honours for his work as one of Australia’s top economists.
From making the front-page of ‘The New York Times’ to finding her ancestral home, SUE-LIN WONG’S two years studying in China taught her things you couldn’t learn from a textbook.
A different journey: transgendered medical tourists in Thailand
College of Asia and the Pacific student Emma Eriksen explores the experience of transgender people who travel to Thailand for gender reassignment surgery.
The two Timor-Lestes
ANU is hosting a two day Timor-Leste Update, where the country’s challenges and victories will be discussed in full.
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Preserving the past
Crawford School masters student Kela Kapkora Sil Bolkin hopes his new book will inspire other Papua New Guineans to share their stories with the world.
No engagement with ‘The Bachelor’
Reality TV’s big romantic finale offered Australia its picture-perfect image of Asia – a place without Asians, writes Andrew Walker.
National award for Dr Carol Hayes
Dr Carol Hayes has received an Award for Teaching Excellence at the Australian Awards for University Teaching.
Sewage problems add to typhoon tragedy
Frequent typhoons, combined with a flat topography prone to flooding, make the Philippine capital’s heavily polluted waterways a cauldron for waste-related disasters, writes Ally Adigue.