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Media and Communications


CDU new Vice Chancellor chats to staff and students at lunch on his first day

We manage all news and current affairs stories for CDU. Our team assists the media with expert contacts, media releases and journalistic enquiries.


Journalists should contact the media team for help in researching a story, obtaining expert comment from an academic, arranging a photo opportunity or for any other media enquiries regarding the University.

The media team can also assist with gaining permission to film on campus.

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General media enquiries
Office location: Orange 12.3.20, Casuarina campus



Latest from the newsroom

  • First Nation grad

    First Nations Grandmother hopes to inspire next generation at CDU Graduation

    Colleen Penangke Mack is a proud Arrernte and Kaytetye women, who was born and raised in Mparntwe. On Thursday 13 June she will address the Charles Darwin University First Nations graduands at the First Nations Leadership Valedictory Ceremony, at the Alice Springs Convention Centre.

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  • First Nations women smiling in front of Indigenous Art

    Two strong Central Australian advocates to receive honorary awards

    This year Charles Darwin University is recognising two central Australian advocates who have spent the majority of their careers working to improve the lives of the people living in Central Australia. 

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  • Savanna gliders were one of the most frequent users of the nestboxes monitored during the study.

    Tree hidey-holes key to helping slow declines of small mammals

    A decline of natural tree hollows is forcing arboreal mammal numbers to fall, according to a new study exploring why these species are disappearing in Northern Australia. 

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