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Research to examine East Timorese history

A Charles Darwin University researcher will explore East Timorese migration to Australia and its ongoing impact today after receiving a $178,000 Australian Research Council grant.

Belinda Davison

Research shows Indigenous Australians more likely to suffer from emotional distress

Indigenous Australians are six times more likely to experience stressful events in their lives compared to their non-Indigenous counterparts, new research from a Charles Darwin University PhD graduate has found. 

David Woodroffe

New awards recognise Indigenous trailblazer

Trailblazing Northern Territory lawyer and Indigenous rights advocate David Woodroffe has topped an exceptional group recognised at the inaugural Charles Darwin University Alumni Awards.  


‘Oarsome’ CDU to host indoor rowing championships

Rowing enthusiasts of all ages are set for an “oarsome” weekend when Charles Darwin University hosts Northern Territory competitors as part of the Australian Indoor Rowing Championships this Sunday. 

Territory FM Station Manager Matt Bern

Radio presenter hits professional milestone

Territory FM radio personality Matthew Bernasconi is about to celebrate his 10th anniversary as the presenter of the Drive program.


Social media reveals location of threatened clown wedgefish

Researchers have used social media to reveal the geographic location of a Critically Endangered wedgefish not seen for more than two decades.

Ulumpawarru 1994

New exhibition links NT’s north and south

A new exhibition at the Charles Darwin University Art Gallery will celebrate 30 years of paintings and prints by Alice Springs-based landscape artist Wayne Eager.


Time capsule shirt

Hunt on for alumni group after time capsule unearthed

More than 60 members of a Charles Darwin University alumni group called the “25 Year Club” are being asked to come forward after the unearthing of a signed polo shirt which was buried for almost a quarter of a century.

EnviroCollective CDU members

Bring binoculars for date with feathered friends

The environment student group EnviroCollective CDU is inviting students, staff and the public to participate in a citizen science project to discover the diversity of bird species on Casuarina campus, as part of the Aussie Backyard Bird Count.

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