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Hairdresser stands over her client
Esme Pye was 16 years old when she left Australia for the United Kingdom to be a hairdressing apprentice, but she missed the sunshine so returned home before completing the apprenticeship.
Tai Chi demonstration
In this workshop, Amy Vatskalis, the Director of the Confucius Institute at Charles Darwin University, will introduce and walk you through the ancient and popular form of Tai Chi, Ba Fa Wu Bu.
Women in greenhouse
In an Australian first, Charles Darwin University (CDU) is introducing a nationally accredited course in Therapeutic Horticulture, bringing an alternative therapy technique to complement a range of health and social services.
group of people standing in front of CDU TAFE sign
Today at the Charles Darwin University (CDU) Katherine Rural Campus, the Honourable Brendan O’Connor MP Minister for Skills and Training announced CDU TAFE will receive $2.5 million to build a new Technical Trades Training centre on the site.
Charles Darwin University (CDU) staff and students will celebrate NAIDOC Week and recognise the history, culture and achievements of First Nations people.
This NAIDOC Week Charles Darwin University (CDU) is joining forces with a leading Northern Territory organisation that empowers First Nations young people and communities through the sport of basketball.
A NAFI satellite image of fires across the Top End. NAFI Thas received a $588,000 grant through the Disaster Resilience Australia Package.
The North Australia and Rangelands Fire Information service at Charles Darwin University will continue to guide thousands of people through Northern Australia’s intense fire seasons after being awarded a Federal Government grant for operations.
The footage was captured as part of a decade-long program led by Charles Darwin University and Australian National University academic Dr Karen Edyvane.
The intimate family lives of blue whales, including a blue whale nursing its calf underwater, has been revealed in extraordinary footage captured in a project led by an international marine ecologist from Charles Darwin University and Australian National University.
Law students in moot court
From sensationalist newspaper coverage of crime to podcasts, documentaries, novels and films, humans have long been fascinated by the macabre. When it comes to turning your fascination into a career, the options extend far beyond the detectives shown on your favourite series. These five jobs allow you to follow your unique interests at uni while still pursuing a career interwoven with the criminal justice system.
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