Voters ready to debate constitutional change

By Angela Dorizas Australians are a ready to consider changes to the Constitution, but support for local government recognition is not strong enough for a successful referendum campaign. The second phase of results from the Australian Constitutional Values Survey found strong support for referenda on Indigenous recognition and changing Australia’s federal system. Conducted by Professor […]

First anniversary of Lehman Brothers collapse

By Angela Dorizas This week marks the first anniversary of the collapse of US investment bank Lehman Brothers, which sent shockwaves around the world and brought the global financial system to its knees. Griffith Business School Professor of Finance, Michael Drew, said the collapse of Lehman Brothers demonstrated “multiple failures” in the current global financial […]

Atmosphere right for education about greenhouse gas technologies

By Jane Garcia Public and government interest in climate change and greenhouse gas emissions has grown rapidly over the past year. However, the majority of people participating in a survey conducted by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and recently published in Swinburne University’s <I>Australian Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society<I> indicated they did not […]


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