Join us for a screening of A Fractured State followed by a Q & A with your local candidates tomorrow (Wed 22 Feb). Meet your election candidates and find out where they stand on fracking and gasfields in the south west and the rest of Western Australia. Capel Golf Club 5.30pm for a 6pm start. [ Link ]
Check out Griffith O-Week market day at Nathan Campus.
Griffith University
yesterday at 23:52. Facebook
We've just joined myGC as a sponsor of its Good Morning Gold Coast show, so what better way to introduce the team to #GriffithUni than to invite host Cam Jackson to our O-Week. Take a look and let us know what you think.
Orientation just got event more fabulous with an ACU themed song written especially by Signadou Student Association - SSA Canberra's Fapiola!
Bowel cancer is Australia's second biggest cancer killer.

It affects men and women, young and old.

It often develops without any warning signs.

But 90 per cent of cases can be treated successfully, if detected early.

So don't wait until it is too late.

Talk to your GP or pharmacist today and support Bowel Cancer Australia to help save lives.

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ACT Policing
today at 06:00. Facebook
Can you help us identify this man and woman wanted by police in relation to a burglary at the Spar Express Supermarket in Ngunnawal, about 4.40am on 3 February.

The man is described being about 5’11” tall, with a dark complexion, dark hair and a thin build. He was wearing a high visibility top, shorts and his face was covered.

The woman is described as having dark hair and wearing light...
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ACT Policing
today at 03:02. Facebook
If you witnessed a collision on Cooyong Street in the City on Saturday 18 February, then we want to hear from you.

Around 8pm a white Land Cruiser and a maroon Suzuki Grand Betaro collided while travelling in the same direction. Thankfully there were no injuries.

The incident was recorded on dash cam belonging to the driver of the Suzuki. The driver of the Land Cruiser fled the scene and...
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Ziggy Fatnowna, UWA medical student, artist, and proud Indigenous man, speaks about the power of writing. Catch Ziggy at Perth Writers Festival.
Senator David Leyonhjelm has a message for any liberal-minded person who's thinking about voting for Pauline Hanson.
Watch the Amazing trailer for our Short Film to be premiered this Friday at our Program Launch featuring Rahaf Ahmed and Sam Granzooy!

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There's still time to apply to SAIBT and transfer to the 2nd year of your UniSA bachelor degree by next February!*

Apply TODAY at and receive your offer letter this week!
Begin studying with us next week then transfer to UniSA next year, so easy!

We have flexible entry requirements which mean you don't need an ATAR to apply and we're fee help approved, so you can study now and pay...
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The Truth about Planned Parenthood
Adam Bandt
today at 01:13. Facebook
More and more experts are recommending that a safe injecting facility will help save lives in Richmond. It's now time for local Labor MP Richard Wynne and the Victorian government to get on board. Join the campaign -- .
Speedy portrait: Timelapse of #Swift9's Nelson Mandela mural created across three days at UniSA's Kerry Packer Civic Gallery. It's part of the SANAA: A Better World Through Creativity exhibition, currently on until March 29.
ABC KIDS For Parents
yesterday at 23:01. Facebook
The Wiggles Nursery Rhymes album has been released! The album includes thirty much-loved nursery rhymes including ‘Im A Little Teapot’, ‘Itsy Bitsy Spider’, and this classic, ‘Baa Baa Black Sheep’! Get your copy here:
Jacqui Lambie
yesterday at 23:12. Facebook
Leave our Tasmanian Salmon industry alone!!!!!
“Everybody that I spoke to had been through what I would have considered a complete nightmare to get to the point they were at. Every story was an absolute nightmare beyond what I could come up with. And yet these people were grateful, happy and all of them wanted to go home. They’re not people who want to stay elsewhere, they want to go home. They just want it to be peaceful and safe and...
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Tanya Plibersek
today at 03:02. Facebook
More renewables will push down the cost of energy over time. New coal will push up the price of electricity over time.

The only costly solution is the crazy proposal from Malcolm Turnbull and the Liberals to spend $60 billion building more coal-fired power stations.