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Review: Jurassic World

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“If there is one thing the history of evolution has taught us it’s that life will not be contained. Life breaks free, it expands to new territories and crashes through barriers, painfully, maybe even dangerously, but, uh… well, there it

Townsville Says No to Forced Closures

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An estimated 200 Townsville residents joined thousands of protestors across Australia and internationally, making their voices heard in the ongoing fight against the forced closure of remote Aboriginal communities in Western Australia.  

New Colombo Plan Sends JCU Students to Laos For Research Trip

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James Cook University archaeology students visited Laos on a research trip to study the Plain of Jars, with funding from the New Colombo Plan.

Save our wildlife: Stop the Toad

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The Cane Toad is listed under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (1999) as being a threat to the survival, abundance, or evolutionary development of native species in Australia due to their rapid spread and negative impact on native wildlife. 

Uni Club Hosts First JCU Poetry Slam

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Exchange student Julia Dunn held a poetry slam last Thursday night in a James Cook University first.  By Jemma Boisen The Uni Club created history last Thursday night by holding a poetry slam, organised by American exchange student Julia Dunn. Julia, an environmental education major, said that poetry

JCU Without an Indigenous Representative

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By Domanii Cameron   The Queensland State Government has failed to give James Cook University any reason as to why an Indigenous Representative was not appointed to the University’s Council.   It is the first time in almost 20 years