ACU in the media 10-16 August 2015

Published: Wednesday 19th August 2015

Victorian government support for paramedics, Ballarat students sleep out to raise money for and awareness about homelessness, a flying professor, a golden athlete, and allocation of funding for research are among the stories featuring ACU in the media in the last week.

HEADLINE

OUTLET

DATE

CIRCULATION

Geelong pilot plots a course for the outback

Geelong Advertiser, Geelong Independent, Star Community

15.8.15

326,675

Australian children say adults needs to listen to their concerns about safety

ABC The World Today

4.8.15

n/a

Golden girl has Rio goal

Hills Shire Times, Daily Telegraph, Parramatta Advertiser

11.8.15

139,585

Where the boys and girls are at ... and where they are headed

The Age

10.8.15

106,843

Interview with a Vixen

Bayside Leader, WIN News, Herald Sun

10.8.15

211,873

Increased support for Victorian paramedics

WIN News regional

11.8.15

65,000

Nicholls wins award

Koori Mail, Swanhill Guardian, Robinhill Sentinel

12.8.15

19,669

Anger at research pool proposal

The Australian

12.8.15

104,774

Study support life changer

Shepparton News

12.8.15

7,765

Trish traded big city for quieter country life

Mansfield Courier

12.8.15

2,926

Revolutions with Fiona McKenzie, Superpod Homes

ABC 774 Melbourne, Mornings

12.8.15

127,000

The Preconditions for Commonwealth Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage

ABC Online

12.8.15

318,649

Uni students brave cold to help homeless

Ballarat Courier, ABC Ballarat, 3BA FM

13.8.15

15,110+

Survey shows poor grade for principal health and wellbeing

The Age, educatoronline.com.au, Warnambool Standard

13.8.15

445,049+

As Mohamed Morsi Faces the Gallows, Where are the Defenders of Democracy?

ABC online

14.8.15

318,649

Education creates new boom

Sydney Morning Herald, Canberra Times

15.8.15

210,115+

What hope for environmental refugees?

internationalaffairs.org.au

16.8.15

n/a

Catholic life and teaching, insight and

inspiration

CathNews

 

 

Jim Bright: Frequent flying no fun

SMH/The Age Careers

15.8.15

451,144

Not guilty: careless perhaps but unbiased

The Australian

15.8.15

227,486

Computers’ adverse impact on the ability of children to learn properly

Weekend Australian

15.8.15

227,486



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To contact MER about an upcoming media story of public interest, please contact Jen Rosenberg, ext 2513, 0407 845 634, jen.rosenberg@acu.edu.au.  

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