Biggest emitters opt to ‘wait and see’ over ERF
Mon 15 May 2017
Many of Australia’s biggest emitters are reluctant to participate in the Emissions Reduction Fund.
Gender pay gap is hurting productivity
Narrowing the wage gap between men and women would not only deliver equal income, but boost long-term productivity.
Road safety campaign looks at the morning after
Thu 11 May 2017
The ability to drive safely the morning after drinking is the focus of a new road safety competition for Swinburne students.
Infrastructure needs to be fit for the future
Wed 10 May 2017
In distinguishing between “good” and “bad” debt, Scott Morrison equates good debt with infrastructure investment.
Government $70b-plus infrastructure program
Experts comment on the government committing to more than A$70 billion in new infrastructure spending.
Data availability report presents compromised rights
A promising report into how data is used in Australia has been described as “compromised”.
What happens next for journalists
Tue 09 May 2017
The planned 125 editorial job redundancies at Fairfax Media is a huge blow.
Research Institutes directors appointed
The first phase of establishing Swinburne’s new Research Institutes is complete.
Fast-tracking law graduates into legal practice
Fri 05 May 2017
The first integrated Bachelor of Laws/Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice in Victoria will be offered at Swinburne.
Swinburne alumnus releases new children’s book
Thu 04 May 2017
A new book written by award-winning author and Swinburne Adjunct Research Fellow Dr Mark Carthew has been released.