FRAUD POLICY

Introduction To provide a framework for members in the prevention, detection, reporting and management of fraud and corruption in the workplace, including within U3A noosa, its partners and agents and its affiliated entities. Purpose This policy describes the principles and procedures for all members and visitors to U3A noosa to understand and act to prevent […]

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COVID-19 Update 15 April 2021

  Although no longer mandatory, masks should continue to be worn indoors where physical distancing is a difficulty. Do not attend classes if unwell or have flu like symptoms.  Have a COVID test and self-isolate until receiving a negative result.

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COVID-19 Update 30 March 2021

Masks must be worn for all classes and whilst in Michell House and other U3A noosa venues. Do not attend if been in Greater Brisbane or Moreton region since 20 March 2021.  Self-isolate for 3 days. Do not attend if unwell or have any flu-like symptoms.  Have Covid test and self-isolate until receiving a negative […]

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Exercise to prevent the development and recurrence of some cancers: latest ideas and recommendations.

Biography – Professor David Jenkins PhD David Jenkins is Professor of Sport and Exercise Science in the School of Health and Behavioural Sciences at The University of the Sunshine Coast.  He also holds an adjunct appointment at The University of Queensland, where he worked for 30 years prior to 2020. Professor Jenkins is an exercise […]

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ASSET MANAGEMENT POLICY

Introduction U3A NOOSA Inc. holds a range of assets which have been purchased over time to perform the business of the association.  The model rules require the Committee to control and manage the affairs of the association. Our insurances BY DEFAULT require us to name, manage and monitor all equipment that is worth more than […]

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Postmodernism

What is postmodernism? When did we leave modernity… did we ever get there? There is so much confusion and wonder about postmodernism and Shannon will try and answer some of those questions. He will show that this seemingly enigmatic theory is a highly useful way of looking at the world. The lecture will outline some […]

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Saving Borneo’s Sun Bears

When Sarah Pye went to Borneo to see orangutans, little did she know it would lead her on a seven-year journey to help Malaysian ecologist Dr Wong Siew Te in his quest to save a very different species. The results include a global adoption program, a relationship between USC and the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation […]

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Shetland, Vietnam Interrupted and Inland

Title: Shetland Genre: Non-verbal travel documentary Running time:12 minutes Format: 2.35:1 widescreen aspect ratio; colour; stereo soundtrack Tagline: Experience the moody and often fog-shrouded Shetland Islands Synopsis: An observational documentary revealing the moody and often fog-shrouded landscapes comprising the Shetland Islands.  There’s roughly 100 islands in the Shetland group; they’re situated roughly 170km northeast of […]

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Ken Lynn

If you’ve ever pondered the relative merits of Russian composers Rachmaninov and Scriabin, or why Hitler’s atomic bomb never happened, or the mysteries of the ionosphere, Dr Ken Lynn is the man with the answers. Ken is truly a walking encyclopedia and for 20 years he has generously shared his huge sum of knowledge with […]

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