MIL-OSI Australia: Australian Ballet China Tour announcement with executive director Libby Christie and artistic director David McAllister AM
Source: Minister for Communications & Minister for the Arts E & EO FIFIELD:Well, it’s great to be here with Libby Christie and David McAllister from The Australian Ballet and also fabulous dancers, Emma and Sophie, to announce that the Australian Government is providing $100,000 to support The Australian Ballet’s tour of China in October this […]Read More →
MIL-OSI Australia: 18 June 2018 Professor Xiakoe Yi wins Women in Industry award Professor Xiaoke Yi has won a Women in Industry award in the Engineering category at this year’s fifth annual event dedicated to the awards.
Source: University of Sydney Professor Xiaoke Yi has won a Women in Industry award in the Engineering category at this year’s fifth annual event dedicated to the awards. Professor Xiakoe Yi with Tracey Spicer at the Awards night. The event celebrates and acknowledges achievement by women in male-dominated industries such as mining, road transport, infrastructure, […]Read More →
MIL-OSI Australia: $100,000 boost for cultural cooperation with China: The Australian Ballet to tour China in late 2018
Source: Minister for Communications & Minister for the Arts The Turnbull Government has announced $100,000 for The Australian Ballet to tour China in October 2018 as part of a commitment to increased cultural cooperation between Australia and China. The Australian Ballet has been invited to perform Artistic Director David McAllister’s The Sleeping Beauty, marking the […]Read More →
Source: Australian Capital Territory – State Government Released 16/06/2018 The newest ACT hospital, the University of Canberra Hospital: Specialist Centre for Rehabilitation, Recovery and Research, opened its doors to the community today before delivering services from July this year. Minister for Health and Wellbeing Meegan Fitzharris and Minister for Mental Health Shane Rattenbury officially opened […]Read More →
MIL-OSI Australia: 18 June 2018 Grants success for University of Sydney humanities researchers Humanities academics from the University of Sydney have secured the largest number of 2018 grants awarded by the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
Source: University of Sydney Humanities academics from the University of Sydney have secured the largest number of 2018 grants awarded by the Australian Academy of the Humanities. University of Sydney academics secured five of 18 grants and fellowships from the Academy – Australia’s national body for the humanities. Dean of the Faculty of Arts and […]Read More →
Source: Australian Labor Party (ALP) THE HON TANYA PLIBERSEK MPDEPUTY LEADER OF THE OPPOSITIONSHADOW MINISTER FOR EDUCATIONSHADOW MINISTER FOR WOMENMEMBER FOR SYDNEY ACADEMIC FREEDOM IS AT HEART OF RAMSAY CENTRE FURORE Following the hysteria surrounding the Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation – and the decision by the Australian National University to reject its offer that would […]Read More →
Source: Government of Victoria 3 Searching for Northern Pacific SeastarsEarlier this year, two Northern Pacific Seastars, highly invasive marine pests, washed up at Waratah Bay, near Walkerville in South Gippsland. These pests have previously turned up in Tidal River and have been removed. Parks Victoria Marine managers are concerned that there is a new population […]Read More →
Source: Australian Capital Territory – State Government Released 15/06/2018 Joint Media release: Meegan Fitzharris MLA and Suzanne Orr MLA Work has commenced on a new recreational centrepiece for the Giralang community. The project is a collaboration between the ACT Government and the developers of the adjacent shopping centre. The new recreational area will include a […]Read More →
Source: Australian Trade and Investment Commission – Austrade A well-known public university in Belarus is seeking Australian education providers for cooperation in academic and research areas, and around new technologies invented to solve emerging global challenges, including in farming. Subscribe to the Market Information Package (MIP) A MIP subscription is required to access this content. […]Read More →
Source: Australian Human Rights Commission Leaders from Commonwealth, State and Territory government departments and agencies met in Canberra on 14 June to discuss institutional racism. The Australian Human Rights Commission hosted the event as part of its National Anti-Racism Strategy, in partnership with the University of Sydney’s National Centre for Cultural Competence (NCCC). Over 60 […]Read More →