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CDU Art Gallery presents ground-breaking truth-telling exhibition

In a compelling new exhibition, Charles Darwin University Art Gallery puts the lens on the nation’s history of colonisation and mining and its impacts as experienced by First Nations people in Australia.

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CDU appoints Associate Vice-Chancellor of Central Australia

CDU appoints local Territorian with strong links to industry, government and business sector as the Associate Vice-Chancellor, Central Australia of Charles Darwin University in Alice Springs.

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Strengthening Aged Care Training in the Territory

The Territory Government and Charles Darwin University (CDU) are boosting training for the next generation of aged care workers with the construction of a new Training Centre for Aged Care at CDU’s Casuarina campus.

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Territory FM marks 40 years of keeping it local

Darwin-based radio station Territory FM is celebrating a major milestone with its 40th anniversary.

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Supporting more Aboriginal workers in the disability and aged-care sector

Ensuring that disability and aged-care services in the NT are staffed by Aboriginal Territorians is a key driver behind a new health services traineeship designed to upskill Indigenous workers in the sector.

Graduands celebrate their academic achievements at CDU’s graduation ceremony this week.

Students celebrate academic achievements at upcoming graduations

Charles Darwin University will celebrate the academic achievements of more than 800 students at its graduation ceremonies this week.

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Swimmers chase Olympic dream in Darwin

Darwin has become a training hub for elite athletes as they prepare for international sporting events, like the Tokyo Olympics.

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Support for international students impacted by pandemic

Emergency relief is being provided to hundreds of international students in Darwin who are experiencing financial hardship through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Research highlights the role of the Territory in Australia’s quarantine system

New research from Charles Darwin University (CDU) has highlighted the role NT quarantine centres played in assisting Australians move across State and Territory borders during the peak of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.

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