Meet UNE’s Xanthe Mallett, who is currently appearing on Australian free-to-air television screens as the forensic anthropologist presenting History Cold Case – a four part series which sheds light on the history of our forebears.
We are at the table with Jim Barber, CEO and Vice-Chancellor of the University of New England (UNE), and Dave Schmude, Director of the UNE Sports Business Development Unit and SportUNE. Both men are passionate advocates of building bridges between sport and education and opening up new opportunities for university study.
Linda Agnew is Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences at UNE. Although she is legally blind, Linda dedicates her spare time to helping the less fortunate. She shares how she and her local church group are assisting to improve Vanuatu’s education and healthcare systems. Read more
Grace Gordon (nee Archibald) is the daughter of Frank Archibald, who is honoured through the Oorala Centre and UNE – where the annual Frank Archibald Memorial Lecture carries his name. In this story, she tells us about her brother, whose name is also Frank. Read more
It’s time to grab your mates and head for the Stro at UNE. Regurgitator is promising a great night out on August 10, in keeping with their extensive performing and recording career. Read more
Tropicana is the longest running annual Stro event, having been held for over 22 years. UNE is proud to announce the appearance of the John Steel Singers on wednesday, March 16. The guys are most well known for their Sixties-flavoured pop, falsettos and sky-high harmonies. Read more
Since they gathered together in 1997 to save The Old Teachers’ College from being mothballed, a very dedicated group of Friends has worked tirelessly to bring it back to life as a centre for education and cultural activities. Gwenda Shannon explains how the historic building is preserving the past while creating inspiration for the future.
Walcha Dairy has been established for almost one year now. We manage to steal just a few minutes from manager John Crittenden’s very busy work schedule to see how things are going.
From Little Styx River Cabins, to Moffat Falls Lodge & Cottages, to Yaraandoo, Lorraine Gordon is passionate about everything she does.