Getting to the heart of the judiciary

Magistrates and judges are subject to tough emotional demands of life on the bench. There are many stressful aspects of judicial work, especially for magistrates in […]

Forests at risk. Photo: iStock

Timber! EU move ignites forest debate

Renewable energy policy has hit the headlines in Europe, with legislative revisions set to erode existing safeguards that prevent unsustainable exploitation of forests. Matthew Flinders Fellow […]

What to expect from the new PM

Australia’s new Prime Minister Scott Morrison has shown a deft hand at balancing politics and his own ambition, says Flinders University’s Dr Rob Manwaring. Mr Morrison […]

Almost 6000 solar panels to power our campus

One of Adelaide’s largest solar arrays will soon provide one-fifth of the electricity needed to power Flinders University’s Bedford Park campus. The project also sets the […]

Raising the bar on native title

Flinders law graduate Michael Pagsanjan has become Young SA Lawyer of the Year. Law Society of South Australia president Mr Tim Mellor says Mr Pagsanjan, principal […]

Targeting tech-savvy workers of the future

Flinders University is gearing up to showcase how technology is incorporated across all study disciplines and transforming future careers, with a range of immersive activities at […]

Australian kids know that sweet foods should only be eaten in moderation, but they continue to eat them frequently.

Call for UN crackdown on junk food ads

Enforcing changes to end unhealthy food marketing to children requires a radical new approach, such as using international human rights laws to make companies more responsible […]

Riana Cermak after receiving one of two Law Foundation of SA fellowships awarded last week.

Off to Oxford for law crusader

Flinders Honours law and international relations graduate Riana Cermak is off to Oxford University to study postgraduate civil law. With a $50,000 Law Foundation of SA […]