Smells play an exaggerated role in the life of award-winning writer, Dave Luckett.
Josh Makepeace, who achieved nothing less than a High Distinction for all subjects in his science degree, has become Flinders University’s fourth Rhodes Scholar.
Flinders University’s capacity to train experts and provide the research required to tackle major environmental issues has been enhanced with the creation of a new School of the Environment.
A virtual reality tool, developed by Flinders University, is coming to the aid of older people with early onset dementia, improving their quality of life while giving their carers a little peace of mind.
Flinders Business School has devised a new Internship Program that will give international accounting graduates valuable workplace skills and knowledge.
Untroubled by mobile phones and airport queues, Captain Congo and his avian sidekick Pug are back in the thick of the action.
After more than three years of legal argument, the extradition case of ‘Captain Dragan’ – the Australian citizen facing war crimes charges in Croatia – is no closer to finality.
For most people with intellectual disabilities, the completion of Year 12 means the end of an education “career” – and a barrier to further opportunities to develop socially, academically and personally.
Early detection of problems in the lymphatic system is the best way to prevent the discomfort and disfigurement that can result from lymphoedema, the swelling created by disruption to the body’s drainage system.