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InDaily : August 9th 2012
Cornes Toyota home news nation/world business sport views reviews ispy property weather ADELAIDE University will close its undergraduate wine marketing programs, in a decision that has provoked criticism from students and industry. The decision was announced to students via an email – seen by Indaily – this week. No new enrolments will be accepted past this year. The university says currently enrolled students will not be affected. “ We wish to advise you that as of Semester 2 2012 the Faculty of Sciences ceased further intake into the Bachelor and Diploma of Wine Marketing programs,” the email to students reads. “As a result, it is expected that some courses specific to the bachelor and diploma of wine marketing will be gradually taught out.” The three-year degree is taught across Adelaide University’s Waite and city campuses, as well as at the National Wine Centre. Figures provided by the university indicate the bachelor program has 30 students enrolled, with another... READ MORE THE Country Fire Service is undergoing a culture change as crews embrace social media as a way of keeping on top of emergencies. Twitter and Facebook are becoming key tools in both delivering warning messages and receiving instant updates from the scene, CFS community education project officer Felicity Hopkinson says. But it’s come as a challenging learning curve for some within the agency. “Because we are a command and control paramilitary organisation and... READ MORE Liam Mannix Liam Mannix Libs delete their own message Wine marketing courses to close Wake-up tweet for emergency services Josh Boyce says the university’s decision is short-sighted. Photo: Nat Rogers/Indaily THE Opposition Leader’s office has delivered a second free kick this week to its political opponents with a draft press release finding its way to the media, prompting a communications shutdown. The saga started yesterday when Isobel Redmond’s office sent the draft release on education issues... READ MORE thurs.9.aug.2012 Sponsored by Advertising partners
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