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17 May 2022
A now hiring sign outside a business

JobKeeper saved more than 800,000 jobs: study

New research from economics experts at The Australian National University (ANU) has found the JobKeeper wage subsidy cost about $112,819...

16 May 2022

Major award for lifting the lid on India's obsession with waste

A book offering unparalleled insight into waste management in India has been awarded the inaugural Reid Prize for...

10 May 2022

China Story Yearbook offers contradictions amid crisis

When Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai dared to complain about sexual harassment by a powerful Chinese man, her post on...

05 May 2022
Aerial view of a remote village, Strickland-Bosavi area, PNG.

Improving livelihoods in remote lowland communities in PNG

Article by Matthew'wela Kanua and Michael Bourke reproduced from DevPolicy Blog.
Support for agricultural development and villagers’ livelihoods in...

03 May 2022
Tin foil shaped into a hat.

Campaigning in an era of conspiracy

This federal election, Australians should be careful that the promises and polemics of today don’t become the problems of tomorrow,...

02 May 2022
People walking past the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Shadow Board flags interest rate rise

For the first time since November 2020, the RBA Shadow Board at The Australian National University (ANU) has voted in...

22 April 2022
Dr Ben Shaw holding ancient pottery piece from Brooker Island, east of Papua New Guinea.

Discovery sheds light on why the Pacific islands were colonised

The discovery of pottery from the ancient Lapita culture by researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) has shed new...

08 April 2022
Construction site in Canberra.

Trust in government key to Australia’s big build

The overwhelming majority of Australians say investment in infrastructure is the key to driving Australia’s COVID-19 pandemic recovery, according to...

06 April 2022

Celebrating 50 years of Mongolia-Australia Diplomacy and Collaboration

On 28 March 2022, ANU Chancellor, The Honourable Julie Bishop and Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt were delighted to welcome a delegation led by the State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mongolia, to campus.

24 March 2022
Dr Aunty Matilda House launches the exhibition.

Exhibition about telling 'water stories'

The experiences of Country and the people of the Barka-Lower Darling River are the focus of a unique art, voice...


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