ACU in the media 5-11 January

ACU in the media 5-11 January

The terrorist attack in Paris, Queensland election politics, getting children to eat their vegetables, and historical accuracy in film-making are among the stories that featured ACU in the news last week.

HEADLINE

OUTLET

DATE

CIRCULATION

Eat my vegies? You and whose army?

Herald Sun, 7 News, Prime 7 News, 10 News

7.1.15

1,699,098

Interview with Kevin Donnelly about teaching and education standards

6PR Radio

5.1.15

33,000

Students tap into better rates

Hornsby Advocate

8.1.15

51,035

Islam, blasphemy and free speech: a surprisingly modern conflict

The Conversation, Newsday, the Idaho Statesman, Waterloo Record, The Oakland Press

8.1.15

n/a

Interview with Lazar Stankov

ABC Radio AM

9.1.15

907,300

Standing up for liberty in Paris as French eschew politics of fear

The Conversation

9.1.15

n/a

Interview with Jim Bright about voicemail

ABC Melbourne Webcast

9.1.15

 

Interview with Prof. John Nethercote about Qld election

612 ABC Brisbane Drive

9.1.15

15,000

Should we see fixed four-year terms for Qld?

ABC Online

9.1.15

350,900

Expect LNP to survive swing

The Australian

8.1.15

116,854

Good and bad news for LNP

Weekend Australian

10.1.15

238,138

Evolution the jewel in God’s crown

Sydney Morning Herald letters

7.1.15

126,510

Ridley Scott battles with the essence of the Exodus

The Conversation

9.1.15

n/a

ACU to open overseas study centre in Rome

 

Sydneycatholic.org

8.1.15

56,000

Rise of the Great Reformer: Austen Ivereigh and the Making of Pope Francis

ABC online

6.1.15

350,900


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Watch Associate Professor Leah Brennan’s interview on Channel 10 and on Channel 7

Listen to Professor Lazar Stankov’s interview on AM

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