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Diabetes threat for fly-in fly-out miners: new study

01-09-2015 Fly-in fly-out workers and their families are being targeted in a new QUT study investigating the skyrocketing rates of diabetes in mining communities.

What is your vision for Brisbane in 2050? Have your say at the QUT InstaBooth

01-09-2015 In a partnership with the Brisbane Writer's Festival (BWF) locals are invited to have their say on the future of the city's urban development in the QUT InstaBooth installed outside the State Library by QUT between 31 August and 7 September.

Keeping Indigenous careers & trust on track – for the long run

01-09-2015 An Indigenous internship program that is rebuilding community trust by asking corporate Australia to make a 10-year commitment is now targeting the tertiary sector.

TEXTA: the QUT book club for lovers of art and literature seeks members

01-09-2015 City workers and residents with a love of both books and art are invited to join a book club with a difference that meets five times a year at the QUT Art Museum at Gardens Point.

From dig to digital: Australia’s iconic dinosaurs as you’ve never seen them before

28-08-2015 It's Australia's largest known meat-eating dinosaur but until now we've never seen how Australovenator moved - not even the man who dug it up and named it.

Amnesty’s call to decriminalise prostitution makes sense: criminologist

28-08-2015 A QUT criminologist who has researched male sex work extensively has endorsed Amnesty International's call for international decriminalisation of prostitution.

QUT launches Australia’s first Graduate Certificate in domestic violence

27-08-2015 Students of Australia's first Graduate Certificate in Domestic Violence, offered by QUT's School of Justice, will begin study in February.

Internationally acclaimed QUT lecturer launches second poetry collection

27-08-2015 QUT Creative Writing academic, award-winning poet, editor and critic Sarah Holland-Batt tonight launches The Hazards, her much-anticipated second collection of poetry.

Brisbane ripe for digital revolution

27-08-2015 A former Silicon Valley executive tasked with helping shape the digital transformation in Queensland says the "next big thing" can be dreamt up in Brisbane.

Infrastructure charges hit homebuyers and send property prices soaring

27-08-2015 Homebuyers are being slugged with a little-known infrastructure "tax" that is adding up to $131,000 to the price of a new home, QUT research has found.

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