Academic review drives NSW police pledge

Backed by new research from Flinders, the NSW Police Force has made key recommendations for a better future for investigating serious crime. This follows the release […]

Unpack your worries to reduce clutter

Standard therapy for compulsive hoarding needs to unpack many factors that contribute to the problem. This includes examining each person’s upbringing, early family history and understanding […]

Lest we forget: 100 years of war veteran care

Australia’s 100-year history of repatriation services for returned servicemen and women has been outlined in a new Department of Veterans’ Affairs history book. Ahead of ANZAC […]

Kids ‘hooked’ on sweets and fries

In the war on childhood obesity, social conditioning and advertising is winning the hearts and minds of children who link snack and junk food with ‘fun [...]

New insights into vaccination debate

Governments wielding a ‘big stick’ for compliance is unlikely to solve the problem of making parents vaccinate their children. Flinders University and research colleagues are investigating […]

Bongs, booze and baby boomers

Western countries are sitting on a timebomb of health and social issues arising from drug and alcohol overuse among baby boomers – the generation that won’t […]

Not the Sopranos, but still a cultural divide

Organised crime networks such as mafia ‘clans’, with links to drug trafficking, money laundering and corruption in high places, are a threat to national security. University […]

Talented tales of love lost

Tales of love, hatred and jealousy are explored in an award-winning play by Flinders graduate CJ (Callum) McLean. The River, which won the Senior Award in […]

Eating together is more fulfilling

Making food the core of people’s daily routine need not breed a nation of fatties, says Professor Claude Fischler, a Visiting International Research Fellow at Flinders.