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Date: 11 Apr

UNE Music in “Locally made and played” festival

Published date: 11/04/2018

Armidale CBD will come alive on Saturday 14 April between 4pm and 8pm as retailers, hotels and empty spaces host local musicians to provide free family entertainment in a Live...

Date: 09 Apr

Human Rights Commission to review UNE colleges

Published date: 09/04/2018

The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) will review processes and cultural initiatives targeting sexual assault and harassment in the University of New England’s residential colleges. UNE Vice-Chancellor, Professor Annabelle Duncan,...

Date: 05 Apr

We should put compassion for the Rohingya first, economics second

Published date: 05/04/2018

Image: Kutupalong Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. Credit: John Owens (VOA)   A groundswell of support for the plight of Rohingya refugees is growing around the globe. It’s time for Australia...

Date: 05 Apr

Robb College redevelopment enters design phase

Published date: 05/04/2018

Robb College buildings from the airThe next phase of UNE’s Robb College redevelopment is underway, following the appointment of architects to develop plans for the college’s new residential courts. After a competitive tender process, Billard...

Date: 04 Apr

The Neanderthals: long-faced, big-nosed, and incredibly active

Published date: 04/04/2018

3D digital models of recent modern human skulls compared to neanderthal skulls of Pleistocene - homosapiens, H. heidelbergensis , H. heidelbergensis - Gibraltar 1, H neanderthalensis - La Chapelle-aux-Saints 1, and H. neanderthalesis - La Ferrassie 1Pictured above: Finite element models of bite force stress across three human species. Credit: UNE/Wroe   Why the long face? That’s what an international team of researchers set out to answer...

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