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CDU hosted masterclass workshops led by acclaimed ceramicists, Greg Daly and Janet DeBoos, which focused on glaze development and surface decoration respectively, as part of the Alice Springs-based Triennale.

CDU helps shape landmark Australian Ceramics Triennale

A creative contingent drawn from Charles Darwin University (CDU) is helping to shape Australia’s flagship ceramics conference against the remote backdrop of the Northern Territory for the first time this year.

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Farmer’s prized cow wins top award at Katherine Show

A Katherine educator who is teaching students how to work on rural farms is trying to milk all she can out of a competitive cow.

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First public training courses launched by CDU in Nhulunbuy

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is launching its first public qualifications for the local community in Nhulunbuy since 2013, as a part of the University’s plans to reinvigorate its presence in the region and train people on their home soil.

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CDU student competes in national final for Pharmacy Student of the Year

Charles Darwin University (CDU) pharmacy student Irene Stergos has been selected as a finalist for the prestigious Viatris Pharmacy Student of the Year by the Australian Pharmaceutical Society.

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Pedestrians are at risk as e-scooter laws and lax enforcement put more fast-moving scooters on footpaths, according to new research from Charles Darwin University (CDU).

Footpaths the “wild-west” for pedestrians due to lawless e-scooter boom, expert warns

Lack of regulation around e-scooters across the country leaves pedestrians vulnerable as safety concerns over electronic scooters rise, a Charles Darwin University (CDU) expert warns.

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A new tourism partnership between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the Department of Industry Tourism and Trade (DITT) has been introduced to increase workforce capacity in the Hermannsburg community in Central Australia.

New project to support Hermannsburg Aboriginal community in Central Australia

A new tourism partnership between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the Department of Industry Tourism and Trade (DITT) will increase the local workforce in the tourism and hospitality sectors in the Hermannsburg community.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) is collaborating with Australian National University (ANU) to seek better outcomes for First Nations people in the Territory.

CDU partners with ANU to support better outcomes for First Nations people in the Territory

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is collaborating with Australian National University (ANU) to seek better outcomes for First Nations people in the Territory.

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CDU Free Tax Clinic services more remote Territorians and migrants

A Tax Clinic run by accounting students from Charles Darwin University (CDU) will be offering free tax services to lower-income earners, not-for-profit organisations, and migrants across the Northern Territory this tax time.

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School students from around the Territory are engaging with CDU facilities and colleges during the Aspire Dry Season Camp to experience university life.

Camp supports school students aspiring for university

More than 20 senior secondary school students from schools around the Northern Territory are attending a camp at Charles Darwin University (CDU) to gain a glimpse into university life.

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