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.
Watch this space
People-to-people connections are essential to restoring the Indonesia-Australia relationship, if Australia is to move on from a spying scandal, says an expert from ANU.
Disaster in paradise
The first time Daniel Fitzpatrick went on a surfing trip to Indonesia there was no way he could have predicted the events of 2005.
Breaking the code
Long before the NSA was reading our email and listening in on our phone calls, there was D Special Section – a crack team of code-breakers who helped turn the tide in the Second World War by listening in on Japanese diplomatic cables. Now their story is being told, reports BELINDA CRANSTON.
Taiwan studies strengthened at ANU
The Vice-Chancellor today signed an agreement to to extend the highly successful Taiwan Studies program for a further three years.