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Australian and Indonesian Airbnb hosts and guests are the focus of a new research project aiming to improve tourist accommodation. The research, by Curtin PhD candidate and Master of Commerce (Marketing) graduate Aji Cahya Nusantara, will analyse how host-tourist interactions on the popular home-sharing platform compares with hotels or other…

Curtin graduate Jessica Ellison would never have predicted that Life Ready Physio and Pilates – a company she co-founded just eight years ago – would become the market leader in physiotherapy in Western Australia. As co-founder and Chief Operations Officer of the organisation, Ellison oversees the business processes of 25…

Australia’s diverse healthcare system has won accolades around the globe. But navigating its sheer size and complexity can be difficult, not least for Australia’s Indigenous community, says Curtin alumna Melanie Robinson. This is why spreading the message of ‘cultural safety’ is so vital, according to Robinson, CEO for the Congress of…

Curtin University has announced respected mining executive Sabina Shugg as the new Director of its Western Australian School of Mines in Kalgoorlie. A Curtin WA School of Mines graduate, Goldfields-born Ms Shugg has forged a successful career as a mining executive and has served in senior roles at some of…

A Curtin University graduate and former sessional academic has received the inaugural Fogarty Literary Award for her manuscript The History of Mischief, which she wrote during 12 eventful years in her work and personal life. Dr Rebecca Higgie won the award, which is for Western Australian writers aged 18 to 35,…

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