NBN shortfalls put public health at risk

The COVID-19 crisis is increasingly highlighted shortcomings in Australia’s National Broadband Network, Flinders University experts say. With access to high-speed broadband (HSB) and the internet via […]

Shopping trolleys containing clothing and personal items in Adelaide's CBD in 2016. Photo: Michael Coghlan CC/Flickr.

Hardship set to rise in SA, experts warn

The escalating COVID-19 crisis will widen the gulf between people with and without secure income, with experts outlining increasing inequities in health outcomes for South Australians […]

Missing link in vital primary health care

Refugees and migrants are missing out on important health care services across Australia, experts at Flinders University warn. While Australia has welcomed more than 170,000 refugees […]

Major push on public health in the South

Government, not-for-profit and community groups are joining forces this year to combat widening gaps in health standards and preventable disease in Adelaide’s southern suburbs. The new […]

Health grants a big lift for researchers

New Flinders Foundation seed funding grants will support important research at the Flinders medical precinct, from common back injuries to glaucoma and gonorrhoea studies, along with […]

Tips for ‘David v Goliath’ protests

If Australian politicians desire to have disruptive protestors arrested, how can activists effectively voice criticisms of transnational corporations behaving badly? Flinders University researcher Dr Julia Anaf […]