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How Dark is Dark Advertising?

Nicholas Carah, The University of Queensland and others. Once upon a time, most advertisements were public. If we wanted to see what advertisers were doing, we could easily find it – on TV, in newspapers and magazines, and on billboards… Continue Reading →

65,000 Years At Kakadu

Anna Florin, University of Cambridge; Andrew Fairbairn and Chris Clarkson, The University of Queensland. For 65,000 years, Bininj – the local Kundjeihmi word for Aboriginal people – have returned to Madjedbebe rock shelter on Mirarr Country in the Kakadu region… Continue Reading →

Is the Buff-breasted Button-quail still alive? After Years of Searching, this Century-old Bird Mystery Remains

Patrick Webster, The University of Queensland In humid savanna on Cape York Peninsula, February 5, 1922, a man was on the hunt with a local Indigenous guide. They had just heard their quarry calling among the tall grass – a… Continue Reading →

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