The Hunter Valley’s wines were excellent but Adelaide’s footpaths were terrible: with the publication of a 19th-century German travelogue, a Flinders University historian has revealed a vivid ‘new’ portrait of colonial Australia.
With half of Australia’s 185,000-strong Italian migrant population now over 65, issues concerning aged care, including access to services, are becoming more pressing for the Italian community, a new book says.
An agreement between the Government of Timor-Leste, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Flinders University will see Flinders researchers take a crucial role in developing a policy blueprint for Timor-Leste’s social and economic future.
A Flinders politics lecturer and commentator says the South Australian Government should consider a deliberative poll to clarify the issues and choices around any proposal for the State to host a high-grade nuclear waste repository.
In a world first, a Flinders University designed wastewater treatment system has been accepted as an alternative to existing passive lagoon systems for use in SA.