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The 2020 National Council of Women of Queensland Inc (NCWQ) bursaries are now open. Applications will close on Monday 1 June. This year there are 40 bursaries on offer for Queensland females from Year 12...

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Are you a female enrolled in a business program with a major field of specialisation in accounting, finance, business management, marketing, operations management, human resources management, international business, or entrepreneurship who can demonstrate outstanding potential...

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Self-care and keeping healthy, both physically and mentally,  is super important right now.  SportUNE has put together a Wellness Hub to create a place which can offer support and inspiration to keep you active and...

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Looking for a creative way to express yourself? If you’re looking for some inspiration and a place to share your creative and mindful activities – we want to connect! Creative New England is a central...

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The Australian Department of Health has released a new app called COVIDSafe. The purpose of the app is to identify close contacts of COVID-19. The app helps state and territory health officials to quickly contact...

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I spent the week based in my new alternate office in the Dixson Library with all sorts of people dropping in to say hi; clearly the Easter break and contingent respite has worked wonders! I...

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If you are currently enrolled in a Trimester 1 unit and need to utilize the changed COVID-19 extension options, it is now quicker and easier to do so! You can now find the extension form...

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This weekend, the IT Service desk operating hours will be as follows: 25th April: ANZAC Day 1:00pm – 5:00pm 26th April: 9:00am – 5:00pm (normal weekend hours)   You can reach the IT Service Desk...

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What you are doing in 2021? You probably don’t want to think about 2021, but if you are in your final year of study at UNE, you need too. This year is already flying by…...

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With the stimulus of amazing autumn weather across the long weekend it was great to open the windows, shake out the gremlins and attack a host of chores – basically anything that did not require Zoom!...

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Due to the impacts that COVID-19 has caused for students, the university is waiving the cost of parking permits for 2020. If you have already purchased a 2020 parking permit, you have 3 options available to...

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Peer led study groups provide opportunity for student to meet up with a senior student each week to discuss content and requirements of their units. You are able to ask questions, discuss concepts, get help...

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Are you a full time student or new to the workforce? Now that many of us are a spending a lot more time at home, it’s a perfect time to work on your employability and...

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There are a lot of changes at the moment with everyone adapting to a new way of living. These changes can cause heightened stress and anxiety levels. Being able to relax and take time away...

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It is the first Friday in April and I admit to be slightly stunned; part of my brain is still working through my March to do list. Of course our lives have been turned up-side...

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