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AnnuAl report 2007


Contents

objectives.........................................................2
At a Glance.......................................................4
Function and organisation ...............................7
Councillors’ report .........................................3
Quality Systems and Structures.....................5
Financial overview .........................................6
Audited Financial Statements ........................7
overseas travel .............................................62




this Annual report fulfils the formal reporting
requirements for 2007 of James Cook university
to the Queensland Minister for education and the
Arts, and provides a comprehensive summary of the
university’s operations and achievements during the
year. It illustrates the role of the university within the
community it serves, portrays the scope and impor-
tance of its activities and displays the university’s
effective utilisation of the resources available to it.
the report describes a wide range of developments,
innovations and achievements which provide a yard-
stick by which to measure the performance of the
university in 2007 against its mission and goals.




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obJeCtIveS


oBJeCtIVe 1: ReputatIon                                           participation rates differ from state and national
                                                                   averages only for known and acceptable reasons.
to sustain and promote the position of James Cook
university as a university of international standing,             the intellectual and social capital of the region is
committed to excellence in teaching, research and                  retained and enhanced.
scholarship, and with a clear tropical and regional focus.
Strategies
                                                               oBJeCtIVe 3: engagement
   Continually evaluate the quality of the teaching and
    learning experience in providing successful outcomes       to continue the process of engagement with our region
    for our stakeholders.                                      so that the university is increasingly an integral and
                                                               inseparable element of the economic, cultural and
   Critically review the relevance and the pedagogical        intellectual life of northern Queensland.
    frameworks of the curriculum against international
    standards and strategically align resources in support     Strategies
    of sustained excellence in teaching, research and             promote and support the concept of community
    scholarship.                                                   engagement amongst JCu staff, fostering a culture
   build on recognised strengths to establish and                 in which the JCu community identifies with the
    resource areas of research excellence, reflective of           engagement objective in practical terms.
    the university’s tropical and regional location and           Consult internally and externally on appropriate
    capable of eliciting positive ranking and funding              engagement activities and opportunities.
    outcomes.
                                                                  Develop and enhance relations with external
   Actively promote an understanding of the JCu                   professional and community organisations in all
    mission and engender a positive perception of the              locations.
    university’s achievements and capabilities.
                                                               Desired outcomes
Desired outcomes
                                                                  Closer two-way interaction, on an individual and an
   Curricula are contemporary, relevant and resource-             institutional level, with alumni and the community.
    effective.
                                                                  Maintenance and development of participation in
   teaching is of the highest quality.                            regional educational, cultural and development
   research and research training are of international            activities.
    significance and address the needs of regional                JCu is strategically allied with an increasing number
    communities and industries and, more broadly, deal             of the businesses and industries of the region.
    with issues of global importance to the tropics.
                                                                  recognition of JCu as a key stakeholder in and
   public comment about the university is well informed           contributor to regional industrial, economic, social,
    and overwhelmingly positive.                                   cultural and environmental dialogues.
   Favourable outcomes from external reviews.

                                                               oBJeCtIVe 4: InteRnatIonalIsatIon
oBJeCtIVe 2: paRtICIpatIon                                     to reflect the increasingly globalised nature of society
to secure a level of funded places for JCu which               and international competitiveness by developing the
responds to and reflects the needs of the region and to        international dimensions of the university’s teaching,
promote and facilitate the participation of those relatively   learning, research and culture.
under-represented in higher education, especially rural,       Strategies
remote and Indigenous people.
                                                                  Implement internationalisation plans at the
Strategies                                                         institutional and faculty levels.
   undertake research and analysis to identify the               establish strong institutional links with overseas
    regional barriers to participation in higher education.        higher education providers.
   Devise, develop and implement tailored responses in           targeted marketing aimed at increasing and
    consultation with government, business, industry and           diversifying the on-campus international student body.
    community bodies, acknowledging the varying needs
    of the diverse communities of the region.                     Activate a cohort of overseas alumni as in-country
                                                                   ambassadors for JCu.
   Map those responses into university activities such
    as curriculum development, recruitment, access                Increase the opportunities for academic staff and
    and support arrangements, retention strategies and             students to engage internationally.
    general administrative approaches.
                                                               Desired outcomes
Desired outcomes
                                                                  A culturally diverse and internationalised culture that
   under-represented groups are supported in achieving            permeates all aspects of university life.
    their higher education goals.
                                                                  An internationalised learning experience.




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   Increased incidence of international collaboration        Desired outcomes
    amongst teaching and research staff.
                                                                 the best quality staff are attracted, developed and
                                                                  retained.
oBJeCtIVe 5: ConsolIdatIon                                       Salary scales and working conditions are comparable
                                                                  to those of our benchmarked competitors.
to develop the full potential of the Cairns and townsville
campuses within a unified James Cook university identity,        Management and administrative systems and
and to foster in our outreach sites an increasing sense of        practices are open, equitable, accountable, cost-
being integral parts of the JCu community.                        effective, sustainable, and focussed upon serving
Strategies                                                        the teaching, research and scholarship goals of the
                                                                  university.
   Devise governance and organisational structures
    which facilitate local ownership and delivery whilst
    retaining a unified identity.                             oBJeCtIVe 7: sustaInaBIlIty
   Devise, implement and monitor internal and external       to assure the current operations of James Cook
    communication plans.                                      university without compromising its future by embedding
   Devise and implement distinctive academic                 sustainability into our financial, environmental, social and
    development plans for each location.                      cultural, and governance policies and practices.
   target marketing activities in support of increased       Strategies
    international student enrolments in both Cairns and
                                                                 Increase research and consultancy income and other
    townsville, with particular support being given to
    growth in Cairns.                                             revenue from all sources.

   Develop the physical infrastructure necessary to             Increase the enrolments of both domestic and
    provide timely support to academic developments at            international fee-paying students.
    all locations.                                               Generate and respond to viable commercial
Desired outcomes                                                  opportunities aligned with the university’s needs and
                                                                  strategic directions.
   Strong identification with JCu in the communities of
    northern Queensland.                                         Implement robust planning and governance
                                                                  processes to:
   Strong sense of the direction the university is taking,
    and the reasons why, amongst our stakeholders.                   Determine the university’s priorities;
   Continued growth on both campuses, with the most                 Assess the deployment of resources to and
    significant expansion occurring in Cairns, to increase            between existing and potential new activities;
    the proportion of people in our region who benefit
    from a university education.                                     Measure the efficiency, effectiveness and
                                                                      economy of resource utilisation;
   Controlled and planned expansion on both major
    campuses.                                                        ensure deployment or redeployment of resources
                                                                      to areas of highest priority.
                                                              • Deploy academic and physical planning processes
oBJeCtIVe 6: IntegRatIon                                      which respond to changing student and research needs
                                                              while preserving the university’s physical environments
to foster an organisational environment which supports
                                                              and capitalising on its locations.
and values the work of all members of the university
community as we seek to achieve our shared goals.             Desired outcomes
Strategies                                                    • An expanded and more flexible resource base.
   Develop, resource and implement human resource            • expenditure strategically driven in support of university
    management practices which are fair and principled        objectives, within budget limits, and with the goals
    towards staff and demonstrably aligned with the           of providing cost-effectiveness, prudent financial
    achievement of the university’s objectives.               management and a viable and sustainable future.
   undertake strategic workforce planning to anticipate      • A planned and agreed operating result which is
    and support the evolving human resource needs of          designed to provide the university with the discretionary
    the university.                                           capability to pursue strategic opportunities.
   Develop and continually improve internal and external     • Campus plans which ensure that the university
    communications plans.
                                                              development is sustainable in response to environmental,
   Continue to increase the transparency of decision-        commercial and community needs.
    making.
                                                              • the harnessing of the intellectual capital and resources
   Commit to continuous improvement through a regular        of the university to the mutual financial benefit of
    program of self-review.                                   individual staff and the organisation as a whole.




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    At A GlAnCe




                                           ACADEMIC STAFF LEVEL BY GENDER
                                       LEVEL            SALARY RANGE WOMEN % MEN %

                                       Academic level A 45545—6258     46.   53.9
                                       Academic level b 64407—7620     53.6   46.4
                                       Academic level C 78569—90372     40.5   59.5
                                       Academic level D94306—03746     2.9   87.
                                       Academic level e      2058     9.7   80.3


                                        HIGHER EDUCATION WORKER BY GENDER
                                       LEVEL            SALARY RANGE WOMEN % MEN %
                                       HeW level      32368—33772      88.2   .8
                                       HeW level 2     34824—36229      68.3   3.7
                                       HeW level 3     36580—40969      48.0   52.0
                                       HeW level 4     4848—44482      7.9   28.
                                       HeW level 5     45360—5506      83.0   7.0
                                       HeW level 6     52385—56774      56.8   43.2
                                       HeW level 7     57652—63797      43.8   56.2
                                       HeW level 8     64676—74334      5.6   48.4
                                       HeW level 9     7522—79600      43.2   56.8
                                       HeW level 0A          80479     66.7   33.3
                                       HeW level 0b          88665     50.0   50.0
                                       HeW level 0+      by contract   30.0   70.0




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FunCtIon AnD orGAnISAtIon


enAblInG leGISlAtIon                                           GovernInG boDy

the university was established by an Act of the                the Council is the university’s governing authority.
Queensland parliament, the James Cook university               the Council’s primary role is to oversee the affairs
of north Queensland Act 970, which provided for               of the university and, in so doing, to ensure that the
“the establishment and incorporation of a university at        appropriate structures, policies, processes and planning
townsville, and for purposes connected therewith”. It          are in place for JCu to effectively manage its activities
received assent on 20 April 970.                              and achieve its goals. Council is also responsible for
                                                               setting and reviewing the strategic direction of the
In 997 the Department of education proceeded with the         university, as outlined in JCu: In the third Millennium.
remaking of Acts of Queensland universities. As a result,      the Council exercises its authority in connection with
the James Cook university Act 997 received assent             functions conferred on it by the James Cook university
by the Governor in Council on 29 August 997 and was           Act 997 and the Financial Administration and Audit
promulgated on  January 998.                                 Act 977. A statement of the Council’s primary
                                                               responsibilities can be found at http://www.jcu.edu.au/
StAtutory FunCtIonS AnD obJeCtIveS                             office/chancellery/council/docs/Statement_of_primary_
                                                               responsibilities.pdf.
James Cook university is a statutory body within the
meaning given in the Financial Administration and Audit        Amendments to the James Cook university Act 997
Act 977, and adheres to the functions prescribed under        occurred as a result of the university legislation
Section 46C of the Act. the university also complies           Amendment Act 2005, which gained assent on 9
with the functions and duties prescribed by the Financial      May 2005. Amendments included changes to the
Management Standard 997.                                      membership of Council. under the new legislation
                                                               there are only 3 official members, namely, Chancellor,
the functions of the university are defined under              vice-Chancellor, and the Chairperson of the Academic
Section 5 of the university’s 997 Act as follows:             board. there are 8 appointed members, 0 elected
    (a) to provide education at university standard;           members and  additional member making a total
    (b) to provide facilities for study and research           Council membership of 22. A new Council (4th Council)
        generally and, in particular, in subjects of special   was formed on  november 2005 to cater for these new
        importance to the people of the tropics;               membership requirements.
    (c) to encourage study and research generally and,
         in particular, in subjects of special importance to   MeMberSHIp — CrIterIA, revIeW AnD
         the people of the tropics;                            noMInAtIon proCeDureS
    (d) to provide courses of study and instruction (at
         the levels of achievement the Council considers       A Council is elected for a specified term of office of not
         appropriate) to meet the needs of the community;      more than four years. However during the term of a
    (e) to confer higher education awards;                     Council, members may resign and/or be replaced in
         (ea) to disseminate knowledge and promote             accordance with election processes associated with
              scholarship; and                                 their particular appointment. this means, for example,
         (eb) to provide facilities and resources for the      that because student elections occur annually, student
              wellbeing of the university's staff, students    representatives on Council usually only hold a one-year
              and other persons undertaking courses at         term of office.
              the university; and
    (f) to exploit commercially, for the university’s          the Chancellor is elected for a term of not longer than
        benefit, a facility or resource of the university,     five years as fixed by the Council and the person elected
        including, for example, study, research or             need not be a member of Council. the only executive
        knowledge, or the practical application of             members of Council are the vice-Chancellor and the
        study, research or knowledge, belonging to the         Chair of Academic board. the other members of staff on
        university, whether alone or with someone else;        Council are considered non-executive and each serves
    (g) to perform other functions given to the university     on Council as an elected member from a particular
        under this or another Act.                             group. there are no university policies governing the
                                                               appointment and retirement of non-executive members
under Section 9 of the Act, the Council of the university      of Council.
may do anything necessary or convenient to be done
for or in connection with its functions. this includes the     official members are appointed to Council by virtue of the
power to appoint the university’s staff, manage and            office they hold whether by appointment or election. the
control the university’s affairs and property, and manage      Governor in Council appoints the appointed members.
and control the university’s finances.                         the university now recommends appointments to




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    the Governor in Council. elected members are those         The DepuTy ChanCellor (DepuTy Chair)
    representatives who are elected on the advice of the
    remuneration and Human resources Committee, from           Carmel Marie ross bA Qld MA JamesCook MbA CQld
    the prescribed stakeholder groups, by ballot, to sit on    AICD 6/7 ( leave of absence)
    Council as follows:                                        oFFICIAl MeMberS:
         Members of the Academic Staff (3)
                                                               The ViCe-ChanCellor
         Members of the full-time General Staff (2)
         Students (3), including one undergraduate student,    Ardon robin Hyland ACtl TrinityColl bSc Qld phD
         one postgraduate student and one undergraduate or     ANU (to 4 Jan 2007)
         postgraduate student                                  Sandra Harding bSc (Hons) ANU, M.pub.Admin UQ,
         Members of the Convocation (2) other than those       phD NCSU, FAICD, FAIM (from 5 Jan) 7/7
         eligible above.
    Council may appoint one () additional member who may
                                                               The Chairperson of The aCaDemiC BoarD,
    not be a member of the Academic or full-time General       robin Mctaggart bSc Med Melb phD Ill (to 2 Feb) 0/0
    Staff or students.
                                                               paul Gadek bSc (Hons) UNSW, phD UNSW, MAIbiol
                                                               (from 22 Feb) 7/7
    Council in 2003 introduced a formal process for the
    review of its membership and that of its committees.       AppoInteD MeMberS:
    Council in 2003 introduced a formal process for the        Her Honour Judge Sarah bradley bA Qld llb Qld 6/7
    review of its membership and that of its committees. the   ( leave of absence)
    remuneration and Human resources Committee is              Campbell Charlton bComm LL FCA MMC (from 6 Aug
    responsible for the nomination of appointed members.       2007) 2/2
                                                               Allison May Geisel AssDipbus CIAE Dipteach KGTC
    Members of Council or of the various committees of
                                                               bed BCAE bbus (Acc) USQ FCpA FtIA AIMM pFp
    Council do not receive remuneration for duties performed   7/7
    as a member of Council or a committee.
                                                               lorna rosemarie Hempstead bA (Hons) Manc AMIAA
                                                               6/7
    CounCIl oF tHe unIverSIty
                                                               Ian David Jessup bec JamesCook FCpA CA 5/7
    established under the James Cook university Act 997.      Maria elizabeth louise Moon MbbS Melb FrACo
    the term of the Fourteenth Council commenced on          FrACS 6/7
    november 2005 and will expire on 0 november 2009.         Carmel Marie ross bA Qld MA James Cook MbA
                                                               CQld AICD 6/7
    nuMber oF MeetInGS                                         Francis Mickey tapim 6/7
    With the Council of the university meeting approximately   eleCteD MeMberS:
    every two months, together with a special meeting in       aCaDemiC sTaff —
    February devoted to strategic planning, seven meetings
    of Council were held during 2007.                          peter leggat bMedSc Qld MbbS Qld GDiped Darling-
                                                               DownsIAE pGDipClinnutr IAn DtM&H Mahidol MMed-
                                                               ed Dund CertAddSt Dund DIH Otago MpH Otago
    CHAnGeS to MeMberS oF CounCIl                              pGCerttravMed JamesCook GCertAeroMed Griff phD
                                                               SAust pGCertAeroev Otago MD Qld MHealSc Otago
    professor Mctaggart’s term as Chair of the Academic        DrpH JamesCook GCertAstron JamesCook FAFpHM
    board ended on 22 February 2007 and he was                 FACtM FFtM FACrrM FSIA FAICD MrACMA MACe
    replaced as Chairperson of the Academic board by           HonMnZStM 6/7
    professor paul Gadek. Ms lindel nelson-Carr, a             Janice Helen Wegner bed-bA (Hons) JamesCook MA
    Governor-in-Council appointee, resigned from Council       phD 6/7
    on 3 november 2006. She was replaced by Mr
                                                               David yellowlees bSc phD H-W 5/7
    Campbell Charlton on 6 August 2007. Mr peter Cox,
    a Convocation elected member resigned from Council         full-Time General sTaff —
    on 22 June 2007 and was replaced by Ms Jennifer            Geoffrey Gorton bbus USQ Grad Dip CSp ICSA 5/7
    Jensen on 4 november 2007. the two-year term of
    office for the student representatives Messrs Dodge,       Joseph laurence Walker 6/7
    eberle and Quick ended on 0 november 2007 and             sTuDenTs —
    they were replaced by Ms Mckiddie, Ms o’Sullivan
    and Mr Shuttleworth as from  november 2007.              Mark Dodge (to 0 nov) 4/6
                                                               Hayden David eberle (to 0 nov) 4/6
    MeMberS oF CounCIl AnD AttenDAnCe At                       lachlan Stewart Quick (to 0 nov) 5/6
    MeetInGS
                                                               leeann Mckiddie bSc UQ (from  nov) /
    The ChanCellor (Chair)                                     Jill Catherine o’Sullivan bva (Hons) James Cook MCA
                                                               James Cook (from  nov) /
    lieutenant General John Grey, AC (retd) attended 7
    meetings of 7 held during 2007                             kiel louis Shuttleworth (from  nov) /




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ConVoCaTion —                                                 external to the university, who has the
                                                              appropriate skills and/or experience in relation
peter Gregory Cox Dipteach JamesCook bed
                                                              to the business conducted by the Committee.
ECowan (to June 2007) 4/4
Jennifer Joy Jensen bA UQ Dip ed UQ bedSt UQ              Finance Committee
GradDipedAdmin bCAe Master in education USQ                   the Finance Committee was established by the
Master of Guidance and Counselling JCU (from4 nov            university under the Act for the primary purpose
2007) /
                                                              of assisting Council in the effective discharge
Graham kirkwood bec James Cook AAuQ Qld Dip Co                of its financial management responsibilities
Dir une FCpA FAICD 7/7                                        imposed under legislation. the Finance
aDDiTional:                                                   Committee is responsible for the effective,
                                                              efficient and economical use of the university’s
therese Smith bSc JamesCook Grad Dip teach (Sec-              human, financial and physical resources. the
ondary) QUT 7/7                                               Finance Committee is also responsible for
seCreTary:                                                    reviewing, monitoring and advising Council
                                                              generally on the financial affairs of the university
the registrar, Michael William kern bCom James-               including but not limited to the operating and
Cook CA Grad DipCSp ACIS
                                                              capital budgets, finances, accounts, trust funds,
                                                              investments, borrowings, property, insurance,
CoMMItteeS oF tHe GovernInG boDy                              business enterprises, fees, and policies related
                                                              thereto. In 2007, the Finance Committee
Academic board                                                had nine members comprising four ex officio
      the Academic board is the principal academic            members (Chancellor, Deputy Chancellor, vice-
      body of the university and is established               Chancellor, Deputy vice-Chancellor) together
      by virtue of Section 40 of the James Cook               with five members elected or appointed by
      university Act 997. the Academic board had             Council. Four members are elected by and from
      50 members comprising two members of                    the Council. their election is based on their
      Council (vice-Chancellor and Chairperson of             appropriate skills and/or experience in relation
      the Academic board), 22 senior executives,              to the business conducted by the Committee.
      four students and 24 members of staff.                  Council also has the power to co-opt one
                                                              additional member, external to the university,
                                                              who has the appropriate skills and/or experience
Audit and Compliance Committee
                                                              in relation to the business conducted by the
       the Audit and Compliance Committee is
                                                              Committee.
       responsible for all audit and related matters,
       thereby assisting the university to fulfill
                                                          remuneration and Human resources Committee
       its responsibilities under the Financial
                                                            the university has established a remuneration
       Administration and Audit Act 977. the
                                                            and Human resources Committee for the
       Act requires the mandatory appointment of
                                                            purposes of reviewing and approving the
       the Auditor-General of Queensland as the
                                                            remuneration arrangements for the vice-
       university’s external auditor. Accordingly the       Chancellor (Chief executive officer) and other
       university does not have in place a procedure        members of the Senior Management Group,
       for the nomination of external auditors. However     and the review of human resources policies.
       it is the role of the Audit and Compliance
       Committee to maintain effective oversight              the remuneration and Human resources
       of all audit functions, including the review           Committee has five members, comprising
       of the adequacy of existing external audit             three ex officio members, (Chancellor, Deputy
       arrangements particularly the scope and quality        Chancellor and vice-Chancellor) and two
       of the audit.                                          members elected by and from the Council,
                                                              whose election is based on their appropriate
       the Audit and Compliance Committee also                skills and/or experience in relation to the
       reviews annually the letter of engagement              business conducted by the Committee
       between the university and the Queensland
       Audit office, which details specific areas of      Strategy Committee
       audit emphasis, reliance on internal audit and         the Strategy Committee’s primary objective is
       the audit fee. the Committee also reviews the          to assist Council in fulfilling its responsibilities
       QAo’s approved audit strategy.                         relating to the strategic development of the
                                                              university. In addition the Committee serves
       the Audit and Compliance Committee                     as an interface on strategic matters with the
       comprises six members, Five members                    management team of the university.
       are elected by and from the Council. their
       election is based on their appropriate skills          the Strategy Committeehas five members,
       and/or experience in relation to the business          comprising three ex officio members, (Chancellor,
       conducted by the Committee. Council also has           Deputy Chancellor and vice-Chancellor) and two
       the power to co-opt one additional member,             members elected by and from the Council, whose




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            election is based on their appropriate skills and/or        prof Harding                  5                5
            experience in relation to the business conducted            Mr Jessup                     4                4
            by the Committee.                                           Mr kirkwood                   4                5
                                                                        Mr Walker                     5                5
         Ceremonial and Honorary Degrees Committee                      prof yellowlees               4                5
            the Ceremonial and Honorary Degrees
            Committee’s primary objective is to advise the              Investment Sub-committee
            Council on all matters of university ceremony.              lt General Grey          4                     4
                                                                        prof Harding             4                     4
            the Committee has six members, comprising
            three ex officio members (Chancellor, vice-                 Discovery rise Steering Committee
            Chancellor, and Chair of the Academic board)                lt General Grey           4                    4
            and three members elected by and from the                   Ms ross                   3                    4
            Council, whose election is based on their                   prof Harding              4                    4
            appropriate skills and/or experience in relation to         Ms Geisel                 4                    4
            the business conducted by the Committee.                    Mr Gorton                 4                    4

                                                                   ControlleD publIC SeCtor entItIeS
     CounCIl MeMberS’ AttenDAnCe At MeetInGS
     oF CoMMItteeS DurInG 2007                                       Details of control over the entities listed below
                                                                        together with each entity’s contribution to the
                                  number      number during             university’s operating surplus/deficit can be
                                 attended       membership              found in notes 32, 33 and 34 to the Financial
                                                                        Statements.
            Audit and Compliance Committee
            Ms Geisel               4                     4          JCu enterprises pty ltd board (formerly JCu
            lt General Grey         4                     4             technologies pty ltd board)
            prof Harding            3                     4             the university is empowered under the Act
            Mr Cox                                       2             to establish companies for the commercial
            Judge bradley           3                     4             exploitation of research. In 989 a subsidiary
            Ms Smith                4                     4             company, JCu technologies pty ltd (JCu tech)
            Mr tapim                                     4             was formed. the company’s key role is to assist
                                                                        the university in carrying out its purposes and in
            Strategy Committee                                          particular the development, review, monitoring,
            lt General Grey              4                4             promotion, or commercial exploitation of
            Ms ross                      2                4             research, development, consultancy or other
            prof Harding                 4                4             service facilities or resources. the company
            Mr Gorton                    2                4             and its subsidiaries report on an annual basis to
            Ms Wegner                    4                4             the university Council. Financial statements are
                                                                        audited by an external auditor contracted by the
            Academic board                                              Queensland Audit office. JCu enterprises is the
            prof Harding                 4                4             parent entity for JCu Singapore pty ltd.
            prof Gadek                   4                4
                                                                     unicare (nQ) limited
            remuneration and Human resources                            unicare was established in 993 as a public
            lt General Grey         4                     4             company limited by guarantee to provide non-
            Ms ross                 3                     4             profit child care for children of students, staff and
            prof Harding            3                     4             graduates of the university. It is also charged
            Ms Hempstead            4                     4             with providing and promoting the development,
            Dr Moon                 3                     4             well being and education of children
                                                                        and encouraging parent and community
            Ceremonial and Honorary Degrees Committee                   involvement in its operations. the company
            prof Gadek               3             3                    board consists of five nominees of the vice-
            prof Harding             3             4                    Chancellor, one nominee of the president of
            Mr Dodge                 2             3                    the JCu Student Association, one nominee
            Ms Hempstead             4             4                    of an organisation approved by the vice-
            prof leggat              3             4                    Chancellor and one nominee of the Mayor of
                                                                        the City of townsville. In addition one Director
            Finance Committee                                           is appointed by the board for a  year term.
            lt General Grey              5                5             the company provides quarterly reports to
            Ms ross                      2                3             the university. the company has a legislative




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   requirement to report on an annual basis              Securities & Investments Commission. Financial
   to the Australian Securities & Investments            statements are audited by an external auditor
   Commission. Financial statements are audited          contracted by the Queensland Audit office.
   by an external auditor contracted by the
   Queensland Audit office.                           Australian Canopy Crane pty ltd
                                                         the Australian Canopy Crane pty ltd is a
unihealth (nQ) limited                                   proprietary limited company registered in
   unihealth was established in 2003 as a public         December 997. the company was established
   company limited by guarantee to provide non-          as a not-for-profit business structure to
   profit medical services for students and staff        manage the ongoing research and functions
   of the university, staff of Queensland Health
                                                         of the Australian Canopy Crane, a research
   and the general public. It is also charged with
                                                         facility initially funded by an ArC grant with
   providing and promoting the education and
                                                         contributions from JCu, Griffith university and
   training of university staff and students in the
   medical, nursing and allied health fields. the        university of Queensland. the company is
   promotion of medical research is also an object       charged with promoting long term, high quality
   of the company. the company board consists            research on tropical rainforest canopies,
   of five nominees of the vice-Chancellor, one          along with increasing public awareness and
   nominee of Queensland Health and three                education. Since June 2006, the company has
   board member nominated by three different             been a wholly owned subsidiary of JCu with
   organisations approved by the vice-Chancellor.        a sole Director and officeholder nominated by
   the board reports quarterly to the university.        the vice Chancellor. Financial statements are
   the company has a legislative requirement             audited by an external auditor contracted by the
   to report on an annual basis to the Australian        Queensland Audit office.




                                                                2 0 0 7 A n n uA l r e p o rt: pA rt 2   «   
                                      CORpORATE STRUCTURE
                                                                                                                                                      Council

JCUEnterprisePty DiscoveryRiseSteering    Strategy        Audit and Compliance                Finance                                                Academic          Vice-Chancellor
                                                                                                                                       Ceremonial
   Ltd Board          Committee          Committee              Committee                    Committee           Remunerationand                      Board
                                                                                                                                      and Honorary
                                                                                                                 HumanResources
                                                                                                                                        Degrees
                                                                                                                   Committee
                                                                                                                                       Committee
                       Australian       Australian         JCU Uninet           Unicare        Unihealth
JCU Singapore                                                                                                                                                                      Financial
                     Canopy Crane     Tropical Forest        Pty Ltd           (NQ) Ltd        (NQ) Ltd                                                          Audit and
 Pte Ltd Board                                                                                                                                                                   and Business
                     Pty Ltd Board    Insitute Board         Board               Board          Board                                                            Assurance
                                                                                                                                                                                   Services


Governance                                                 Student Fees and                                        Board of       Academic Policy    Board of Higher
                                                                                      Student Loans
                                      Investments              Charges                                            Coursework       and Advisory        Degrees by
Management                           Sub-Committee
                                                                                      Sub-Committee
                                                            Sub-Committee                 (until Oct 12, 2007)     Studies          Committee           Research
                                                             (until Oct 12, 2007)




                                                                                                                                   Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
   Pro-Vice-Chancellor          Pro-Vice-Chancellor               Pro-Vice-Chancellor
(Information & Corporate       (Cairns, International &              (Research &                                 Pro-Vice-Chancellor                  Pro-Vice-Chancellors, Faculties of:
        Services)                   Development)                      Innovation)                           (Student Services and Quality            Arts, Education and Social Sciences
                                                                                                                     Assurance)                    Medicine, Health and Molecular Sciences
                                                                                                                                                     Law, Business and the Creative Arts
                                                                                                                                               Science, Engineering and Information Technology
    Information &               Cairns, International                 Research &                                 Student Services and
 Corporate Services               & Development                        Innovation                                 Quality Assurance
  Division Directors             Division Directors                Division Directors                            Division Directors                         Heads of Schools




                 MAnAGeMent StruCture

           the management structure and systems of the university                                     International Development, International Student Centre,
           are organised as summarised below, and shown in the                                        International and Domestic Marking, external relations
           organisational chart above.                                                                and Community engagement, and Academic planning and
                                                                                                      Development of the university.
           the Chancellor, lieutenant General John Grey, AC (retd),
           chairs the Council.                                                                        the pro-vice-Chancellor (Student Services and Quality
                                                                                                      Assurance), Alan robin Mctaggart bSc Med Melb phD Ill is
           the Deputy Chancellor, Carmel Marie ross bA Qld MA
                                                                                                      responsible for the group of offices includes Student Services
           James Cook MbA CQld AICD, presides over Council in the
                                                                                                      and Administration, Quality Assurance, teaching and learning
           absence of the Chancellor.
                                                                                                      Development.
           the vice-Chancellor, Sandra Harding bSc (Hons) Anu,
                                                                                                      the Faculty pro-vice-Chancellors are responsible for the
           M.pub.Admin uQ, phD nCSu, FAICD, FAIM, who is also
                                                                                                      management of the academic, human and financial admin-
           the president, is the Chief executive officer of the univer-
                                                                                                      istration of their respective faculty.
           sity.
           the Deputy vice-Chancellor, Ardon robin Hyland ACtl
                                                                                                      faCulTy pro-ViCe-ChanCellors
           trinityColl bSc Qld phD Anu, supports and assists the                                      Faculty of Arts, education and Social Sciences
           vice-Chancellor in the day-to-day management of the uni-
           versity and acts as vice-Chancellor when required.                                         Janet Darlene Greeley bSc Nfld MA phD Tor MApS

           the pro-vice-Chancellor (Student Services and Quality As-                                  Faculty of law, business and the Creative Arts
           surance) and the Faculty pro-vice-Chancellors report to the                                robin Woellner bA Syd llb Syd llM(Hons) Syd GDiptax
           Deputy vice-Chancellor.                                                                    Riverina-MurrayIHE
           the pro-vice-Chancellor (Information Services and Cor-                                     Faculty of Medicine, Health and Molecular Sciences
           porate Services), Andrew vann beng (Hons) notttrent
           phD brist GradCertbusAd AFAIM, is responsible for the                                      Ian Wronski Mb bS Monash DtM&H liv MpH SM Harv
           group of offices which provides Information technology                                     DiprACoG FrACGp FAFpHM
           and resources, Information Services (library), Facilities                                  Faculty of Science, engineering and Information technology
           Management, Corporate and Human resources support to
           the university.                                                                            Michael kingsford bSc Cant MSc Auck phD Auck (Acting to
                                                                                                      8 February 2007)
           the pro-vice-Chancellor (research and Innovation), thom-
           as norman palmer bSc phD lond, is responsible for the                                      Chris Cocklin DipbusStud bSicSci MA, phD (from 9 Febru-
           group of offices which coordinates the research, Graduate                                  ary 2007)
           Studies, Innovation and Commercialisation, and Advanced
                                                                                                      the Academic board — chaired by paul Gadek bSc (Hons)
           Analytical Centre of the university.
                                                                                                      unSW, phD unSW, MAIbiol — advises the Council about
           the pro-vice-Chancellor (Cairns, International and De-                                     teaching, research and scholarship matters concerning the
           velopment), Scott bowman MA (p&G) Guild Hall, MbA                                          university; formulates proposals for the academic policies of
           Sunshine Coast phD open DCr HDCr tDCr FAetC MIr                                            the university; monitors the academic activities of the facul-
           Srr, is responsible for the group of offices which includes                                ties; and promotes scholarship and research.


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CounCIllorS’ report


memBeRs                                                  Construction of the Australian tropical Forest Insti-
                                                         tute at JCu Cairns was completed.
For a list of persons who were members of the
James Cook university governing body, Council,           the ArC Centre of excellence in Coral reef Stud-
during the whole of 2007, please refer to pages 8        ies, operating out of townsville, has continued with
and 9 of part 2 of the Annual report.                    its national and international research focus.
                                                         A comprehensive review of the Academic board was
meetIngs of memBeRs                                      undertaken and approved by Council in December
the number of Council meetings held during 2006          2007. three major outcomes from the review were:
attended by members of the university Council can            the Chair of the board is to be a full-time posi-
be found on page 8 of part  of the Annual report.            tion appointed by Council;
In addition, details of attendance by Councillors at
meetings of Council’s committees can be found on             the board is to be reduced from 49 members
page 0 of part 2 of the Annual report.                       to 2 members;
                                                             the board is to undertake its work through two
pRInCIpal aCtIVItIes                                          committees: education, and research.
During the year the principal continuing activities of   the student information system project proved dif-
the consolidated entity consisted of the provision of    ficult due to the volume and accuracy required for
teaching, research and scholarship, with a tropical      data consolidation. project staff in particular and
and regional focus.                                      staff generally worked extremely hard to enable the
                                                         system to go live on 5 november 2007.
ReVIew of opeRatIons                                     the Australian tropical Forest Institute building
JCu was in compliance with all national governance       on the Cairns campus was completed in late 2007
protocols. Council reviewed its performance against      and construction of the School of Creative Arts on
Council’s objectives. A review was undertaken of the     the townsville campus started in 2007 for comple-
Academic board.                                          tion in 2008. the university has reduced electricity
                                                         consumption and greenhouse emissions on the
A new vice-Chancellor, prof Sandra Harding took up       Cairns and townsville campuses through the imple-
the chief executive post in January 2007.                mentation of a thermal energy storage system and
A review of the university’s strategic direction was     centralised chillers to feed air conditioning systems.
undertaken, involving Council, consultation with staff   Cairns was completed in 2007 and townsville will be
on campuses and learning centres, consultation with      completed in 2008. the Discovery rise project was
some students and public stakeholders. It confirmed      launched publicly during the year which will rede-
the broad strategic direction of the university but      velop the townsville campus and bring housing and
articulated a new statement of strategic intent, pur-    commercial development onto it over the next 5-20
pose, values, and beliefs.                               years.

In conjunction with the strategic review, operational    the university was successful in maintaining nation-
performance targets were set during 2007 for each        al Governance protocols and Work place relations
faculty and division as part of a new planning pro-      reform funding in 2007.
cess to ensure strategy drives process. A review of
key performance indicators (kpIs) and key perfor-        sIgnIfICant Changes In state of affaIRs
mance measures (kpMs) was conducted which
                                                         the Income Statement indicates that the university’s
resulted in the development of preliminary kpIs and
                                                         net operating result increased from a 2006 surplus of
kpMs for Council’s committees and management for
                                                         $6.247 million to a 2007 surplus of $5.603 million.
implementation in 2008.
                                                         the significant increase in the operating surplus is
Action was taken to review all activities to achieve     attributable to capital income received for the expan-
savings as a result of the downturn in forecast          sion of the medical school and pharmacy facilities,
domestic student enrolments. Domestic student de-        rural health student accommodation, construction
mand is being addressed to retain growth although        of a tropical medicine mosquito research facility and
at lower levels than previously planned. this is an      Smart State borrowings for the Australian tropical
area of risk being managed by most of Australia’s        Forest Institute (AtFI) building.
universities.
                                                         In note 3 to the Financial Statements, when capital
the controlled entity JCu Singapore continued to         income and associated expenses are adjusted for
grow successfully reaching ,00 students.               in the Income Statement, the actual surplus on
                                                         operational activities is $6.782million (2006 adjusted
 Full fee paying foreign student numbers, including      surplus — $5.675million).
study abroad, continued to grow steadily at both JCu
townsville and JCu Cairns.                               the university’s net asset position increased by




                                                                     2 0 0 7 A n n uA l r e p o rt: pA rt 2      «   3
     $75.988 million in 2007. the increase is primarily          InsuRanCe of offICeRs
     due to increased cash and cash equivalents and
     capital asset acquisitions/additions. Asset revalu-         the university holds a Directors’ and officers’ liabil-
     ations also resulted in increases to the value of the       ity insurance policy which covers:
     university’s land and infrastructure, partially offset by   • the legal liability of Directors and officers of the
     a decrement in the value of buildings.                      university and its subsidiaries for wrongful acts com-
     the increase in net cash generated of $46.064mil-           mitted by them in the course of their duties; and
     lion is attributable to capital income received for         • losses that the university is permitted or required
     major capital works which remained largely unspent          by law to indemnify any of their Directors or officers
     at year-end. A significant portion of the university’s      for the successful defence costs of an action brought
     cash asset holdings are restricted and must be used         against them for wrongful acts committed by them.
     for the purposes for which it was received.
                                                                 the geographical scope of the cover is Worldwide
     the consolidated accounts include the results of            and the limit of Indemnity is $0 million in aggregate
     its subsidiaries and associated entities. on the st        during the policy period. the last annual premium
     January 2007, JCu enterprises pty ltd’s share-              was $9,98.
     holdings in JCu uninet pty ltd and pacific Waste
     technologies pty ltd were transferred to James
                                                                 pRoCeedIngs on Behalf of
     Cook university. JCu Singapore pte ltd remains as
                                                                 James Cook unIVeRsIty
     the only shareholding of JCu enterprises pty ltd.
     note 3 and 32 to the Financial Statements disclose         no person has applied for leave of Court to bring
     the university’s investments in controlled entities and     proceedings on behalf of the university or intervene
     interests in associated entities.                           in any proceedings to which the university is a party
                                                                 for the purpose of taking responsibility on behalf of
     lIkely deVelopments and expeCted                            the university for all or any part of those proceed-
     Results of opeRatIons                                       ings. the university was not a party to any such
                                                                 proceedings during 2007.
     the consolidated entity will continue to enhance its
     position as being committed to excellence in teach-         this report is made in accordance with a resolu-
     ing, research and scholarship. the consolidated en-         tion of the members of the Council of James Cook
     tity will continue to explore and expand opportunities      university on 27 March 2008.
     for further development. this will include reviewing
     the feasibility of providing our services in new loca-
     tions, both in Australia and overseas.

     enVIRonmental RegulatIon
     Significant environmental regulations to which the
     university is subject include:
     • the environmental protection Act 994, under
     which James Cook university has a general envi-
     ronmental duty under Section 39 and must be a
     registered operator to carry out one or more Chapter        lt General JC Grey AC (retired)
     4 activities under Section 73D, which are essentially
                                                                 Chancellor
     environmentally relevant Activities.
                                                                 Council of the James Cook university
     • the environmental protection regulations 998,
     under the environmentally relevant Activities listed
     in Schedule , the university has a compliance
     obligation that requires environmental authority or         townsville
     licence to legally undertake such activities.               27 March 2008




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QuAlIty SySteMS AnD StruCtureS


the Quality Assurance System of the university is         Academic policy Advisory Committee and HoS/Direc-
a structured manifestation of good academic prac-         tors. they receive data and reports on key indica-
tice, which describes and builds on existing quality      tors relating to student load, student quality, student
assurance and control processes in the university.        satisfaction, course review, graduate outcomes, and
the objective of the Quality Assurance System is          internationalisation. In addition, there are other forums
the establishment of cyclic processes for planning,       and informal mechanisms where quality assurance is
enactment, feedback and renewed planning which            undertaken, including other committees and meetings
promote and emphasize quality enhancement, guided         in the university such as the annual Management
by attention to the goals of the university and by data   planning Conference, and the planning days of the
collection and analysis. the Quality Assurance System     Faculties and Schools.
articulates purposes, and the conditions and strate-
gies needed to achieve them. the Quality Assurance
                                                          Response to the auQa audIt
System has four key elements: Strategic planning          In 2004, the university was audited by AuQA. the
and resource Alignment, key policies and relevant         Audit report led to the development of an Action plan
legislation, Governance and Management Structures         to address the recommendations, affirmations and
and review practices.                                     commendations of the report. In 2006, the QA office
                                                          prepared a progress report arising from the audit
Quality Assurance at JCu has been systematically un-
                                                          summarising the steps the university has undertaken
dertaken through reviews to evaluate and continuously
                                                          to follow through with its Action plan. the progress
improve the performance of the university relative to
                                                          report has been presented to AuQA, and appears on
its mission, aims and strategic goals. In order to give
                                                          the JCu website.
substance to these reviews, data is required relevant
to key performance indicators for teaching, learning      CouRse ReVIews
and research.
                                                          the Quality Assurance office also undertakes a
key agencies of quality assurance review and              number of projects including course reviews. In 2007,
implementation are Council, Academic board, vice-         reviews were undertaken for the bachelors of engi-
Chancellor’s Advisory Committee — including Faculty       neering, Medicine and Surgery, Science/Applied Sci-
pro-vice-Chancellors — Management Group, board            ence, planning, environmental Science and education,
of Coursework Studies, board of Higher Degrees by         the Graduate Diploma of education and the Master of
research, research Committee, ethics Committee,           teaching.




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     FInAnCIAl overvIeW
                                                                            RECEIpTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
                                                                            Based on a combination of cash and accrual principles
                                                                            RECEIpTS                                                                                             Total
                                                                            Australian Government Financial Assistance , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
                                                                                Australian Government Grants , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 04,589,422
                                                                                 HeCS-Help Australian Government payments, , , , ,                                           37,629,583
                                                                                 Fee-Help , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                   ,544,42
                                                                                 Capital Grants - Australian Government , , , , , , , , , , ,                                23,32,652
                                                                                 other Australian Government Grants, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                                  5,639,76
                                                                            State and local Government Financial Assistance , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
                                                                                 State and local Government Grants , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                                  2,025,042
                                                                                 Capital Grants - State and local Government , , , , , ,                                     5,000,000
                                                                            HeCS-Help Student payments , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                                  6,682,65
                                                                            Course Fees and Charges , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
     the university’s total revenue     payments and HeCS-Help
     for 2007 increased by              student payments increased by            International - on-Shore , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                    7,238,796
     $42.990m (8.0%). excluding        $0.95m. Investment income               International - off-Shore / off-Campus , , , , , , , , , , , ,                                 6,392,883
     specific capital grants,           saw a significant increase of
     Australian Government Grants       $2.295m, while there was a               Domestic , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,               ,622,82
     increased by $0.540m. HeCS-        substantial $8.833m (533.7%)
                                                                                 other , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,           206,30
     Help Australian Government         increase within other income.
                                                                            Investment Income, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                    7,45,724
                                                                            Contract research and Consultancy , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                                20,35,478
                                                                            other Fees and Charges , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                          6,838,24
                                                                            royalties, trademarks and licences , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                                  ,03,062
                                                                            other revenue , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                   ,062,849
                                                                            Internal Income, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,               32,890,588
                                                                            Inflows from borrowings, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                       2,26,000
                                                                            proceeds on Sale of Assets, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                            290,20
                                                                                                                     TOTAL RECEIpTS  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,                313 ,989 ,412


                                                                            DISBURSEMENTS
                                                                            bad and Doubtful Debts, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                            93,96
                                                                            employee benefits and on Costs , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
     expense (operating expen-          of salaries to total expenses was
     diture), as per the Income         57.9% (a decrease of 3.3%).         profile (Continuing and Contract) , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 9,630,50
     Statement, increased by
     $7.634m (3.44%) in 2006.           Consultancy Expenditure     $m      Casual , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,          0,842,8
     employee benefits and on-costs     professional/technical    .652
                                                                            other Salary related expenses , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                               2,27,08
     decreased by $2.760m when          Management                0.484
     compared to 2006, as a result      Information tech/Comm.    0.334     equipment, repairs & Maintenance , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                                  7,979,46
     of the redundancy expenses
                                        Human resources           0.04     Minor equipment (<$5,000 ) , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                           0,853,038
     of $6.2m incurred in the prior
     year. For 2007 the percentage      Total                     2.484
                                                                            borrowing Costs , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                     ,067,572
                                                                            travel , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,            8,826,587
                                                                            other operating expenses , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                         42,563,724
                                                                            Internal expenses , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                  32,802,44
                                                                            total Capital Acquisitions , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                   34,775,653
                                                                            repayment of borrowings (principal) , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,                                  935,894
                                                                                                                     TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS  ,  , 272 ,587 ,950


                                                                            SURpLUS/(DEFICIT)  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  , 41 ,401 ,462


                                                                            the receipts and Disbursements table is based on the university's 2007
     the total Capital expenditure in   asset revaluations ($28.573m),      budget and the associated levels of receipts and disbursements. these
     2007 was $25.980m comparied        plus additions ($25.980m), less     receipts and disbursements differ from the revenues and expenses as per
     to $20.24m in 2006. property,     depreciation ($7.249m) and         the university's financial statements as these receipts and disbursements
     plant and equipment increased      disposals ($0.845m). For more       are based on different treatment of accruals, capital expenditure,
     by $36.459m during 2007.           information see note 2 of the      depreciation and similar items and, unlike the financial statements, exclude
     this increase is attributable to   financial statements.               the results of the university's student accommodation and bookshop.




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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
INCOME STATEMENT
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                    Note         Consolidated               Parent Entity
                                                                    $000                        $000
                                                               2007        2006           2007        2006

REVENUE FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS
Australian Government financial assistance
  Australian Government grants                        2        122,589      112,678       122,589       112,678
  HECS-HELP - Australian Government payments          2         37,630       37,483        37,630        37,483
  FEE-HELP                                            2          1,544          821         1,544           821
  Other Australian Government grants                  2         10,952        7,475        10,952         7,475
State and Local Government financial assistance       4         17,025        2,898        17,025         2,898
HECS-HELP - student payments                                     6,683        6,635         6,683         6,635
Fees and charges                                      5         48,635       44,924        38,828        37,906
Investment income                                     6          7,702        5,406         7,671         5,376
Royalties, trademarks and licenses                                  14            8         1,031           744
Consultancy and contracts                             7         20,315       18,866        20,315        18,816
Sale of goods                                                    3,982        3,734         3,982         3,734
Other revenue                                         8          1,813        2,404         2,723         2,250
Total revenue from continuing operations                       278,884      243,332       270,973       236,816

Share of net result of joint ventures
 accounted for using the equity method                19           156          157              -                 -
Other income                                          8         10,619        1,909        10,482             1,649

Total revenue and income from continuing operations            289,659      245,398       281,455       238,465

EXPENSES FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS
Employee benefits and on costs                         9       135,176      137,753       133,009       135,769
Depreciation and amortisation                         10        18,107       16,613        17,627        16,426
Repairs and maintenance                               11         8,157        7,566         8,125         7,514
Finance costs                                                    1,094          874         1,067           822
Impairment of assets                                  12           114          193           114           193
Other expenses                                        13        73,681       65,463        69,910        61,494
Total expenses from continuing operations                      236,329      228,462       229,852       222,218

Net operating result for the year                     3         53,330       16,936        51,603         16,247
Net operating result attributable to
 minority interest                                  27(e)        1,273          191                 -              -
Net operating result attributable to
 parent entity                                      27(c)       52,057       16,745        51,603         16,247




            The above income statement should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.

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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
BALANCE SHEET
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                               Note             Consolidated                Parent Entity
                                                                   $000                         $000
                                                              2007        2006            2007         2006
CURRENT ASSETS
Cash and cash equivalents                       16            119,233        71,852        115,468      69,404
Trade and other receivables                     17              9,247         9,899          9,227      10,322
Inventories                                     18              1,018         1,198          1,018       1,198
Prepayments                                                     4,652         5,596          4,517       5,529

Total current assets                                          134,150        88,545        130,230      86,453

NON-CURRENT ASSETS
Investments accounted for using the
  equity method                                 19                 87           119               -           -
Other financial assets                          20             10,436        14,764         10,436      14,764
Property, plant and equipment                   21            544,945       508,745        544,328     507,869
Intangible assets                               22              7,186           385          7,186         385

Total non-current assets                                      562,654       524,013        561,950     523,018

TOTAL ASSETS                                                  696,804       612,558        692,180     609,471

CURRENT LIABILITIES
Trade and other payables                        23             17,667        15,879         16,483      14,693
Borrowings                                      24              1,110           820          1,110         820
Provisions                                      25              6,855         6,470          6,855       6,470
Other liabilities                               26             20,964        22,067         18,062      18,987

Total current liabilities                                      46,596        45,236         42,510      40,970

NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES
Borrowings                                      24             25,964        21,187         25,964      21,187
Provisions                                      25             16,946        16,505         16,776      16,372

Total non-current liabilities                                  42,910        37,692         42,740      37,559

TOTAL LIABILITIES                                              89,506        82,928         85,250      78,529

NET ASSETS                                                    607,298       529,630        606,930     530,942

EQUITY
Parent entity interest
  General funds                                27(a)            1,156          6,000         1,156       6,000
  Restricted funds                             27(b)           25,397        20,926         25,397      20,926
  Asset revaluation reserve                    21(a)          294,246       265,673        294,246     265,673
  Financial asset revaluation reserve          20(a)             (711)         3,477          (711)      3,477
  Accumulated funds                            27(c)          287,140       234,779        286,842     234,866
  Foreign currency translation reserve         27(d)                 2           (25)             -           -
Total parent entity interest                                  607,230       530,830        606,930     530,942
Minority interest                              27(e)               68        (1,200)              -          -

TOTAL EQUITY                                                  607,298       529,630        606,930     530,942



                  The above balance sheet should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.

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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                       Note          Consolidated              Parent Entity
                                                                         $000                      $000
                                                                    2007      2006            2007      2006

Total equity at the beginning of the year                         529,630      496,305       530,942      498,529

Gain/(loss) on revaluation of land, buildings and
 infrastructure                                                     28,573      66,486        28,573           66,486
Available-for-sale investments:
 Valuation gains/(losses) taken to equity                           (4,188)         293       (4,188)            293
Adjustment for change in accounting policy
 and correction of error in previous year          1(u), 1(v)              -   (50,613)             -     (50,613)
Adjustment to equity on consolidation                                      -       224              -            -
Exchange differences on translation of foreign operations                89           -             -            -
Fair value adjustment - loans                                         (136)         (1)             -            -
Net income recognised directly in equity                            24,338      16,389        24,385       16,166

Operating result for the period                                     53,330      16,936        51,603           16,247

Total recognised income and expense for
the period                                                          77,668      33,325        75,988           32,413


Total equity at the end of the year                               607,298      529,630       606,930      530,942

Total recognised income and expense for the year is attributable to:
  Members of the parent entity                                   76,400         33,929        75,988           32,413
  Minority interest                                                1,268         (604)             -                -




      The above statement of changes in equity should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.

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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                          Note        Consolidated              Parent Entity
                                                                         $000                       $000
                                                                    2007       2006           2007       2006
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Australian Government financial assistance
  Australian Government                                            102,686      105,962      102,686         105,962
  Capital grants - Australian Government                            18,000        8,629       18,000            8,629
  HECS-HELP Australian Government payments                          37,630       39,603       37,630          39,603
  FEE-HELP Student Payments                                           1,544       1,231         1,544           1,231
  Other Australian Government grants                                11,025        7,088       11,025            7,088
HECS-HELP student payments                                            6,683       6,635         6,683           6,635
Queensland State Government                                           2,025       2,299         2,025           2,299
Capital Grants - Queensland State Government                        15,000             -      15,000                 -
Interest received                                                     6,691       4,543         6,650           4,513
Dividends and property trust distribution received                    1,103       1,491           914           1,491
Receipts from student fees and other customers                       85,758      78,438        75,665          69,964
Payments to suppliers and employees                               (222,172)    (216,866)    (213,508)       (210,035)
Interest and other costs of finance paid                             (1,068)       (822)       (1,068)           (822)

Net cash inflow from operating activities                    36      64,905       38,231      63,246          36,558

CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Proceeds from sale of financial assets                               20,654        7,084      20,654            7,084
Proceeds from sale of property, plant and equipment                     269          626         269              626
Payments for property, plant and equipment                          (33,483)    (18,757)     (33,155)        (18,578)
Payments for financial assets                                       (16,375)      (3,088)    (16,375)          (3,088)
Subsidiary repayment of loan                                             100           50         100               50

Net cash (outflow) from investing activities                        (28,835)    (14,085)     (28,507)        (13,906)

CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Funds received in trust for Cooperative Research Centres                   -       3,782            -          3,782
Proceeds from borrowings                                             12,261        6,175      12,261           6,175
Funds paid out of trust for Cooperative Research Centres                   -      (4,020)           -         (4,019)
Repayments of borrowings                                               (936)        (880)       (936)           (677)

Net cash inflow (outflow) from financing activities                  11,325        5,057      11,325            5,261

Net increase / (decrease) in cash and
 cash equivalents                                                    47,395       29,203      46,064          27,913
Cash at the beginning of the year - Controlled entity                      -         235            -               -
Effects of exchange rate changes on
 cash and cash equivalents                                              (14)         (55)               -          (7)
Cash and cash equivalents at the
 beginning of the financial year                                     71,852       42,469      69,404          41,498
Cash and cash equivalents at end of                          16
 financial year                                                     119,233       71,852     115,468          69,404




                The above income statement should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.

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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007


 Note                                               Contents

  1     Summary of significant accounting policies
  2     Australian Government financial assistance including HECS-HELP and other
        Australian Government loan programmes
   3    Net operating result adjusted for capital grant income and associated expenses
   4    Queensland Government financial assistance
   5    Fees and charges
   6    Investment income
   7    Consultancy and contracts
   8    Other revenue
   9    Employee benefits and on-costs
  10    Depreciation and amortisation
  11    Repairs and maintenance
  12    Impairment of assets
  13    Other expenses
  14    Remuneration of auditors
  15    Key management personnel disclosures
  16    Cash and cash equivalents
  17    Trade and other receivables
  18    Inventories
  19    Investments accounted for using the equity method
  20    Other financial assets
  21    Property, plant and equipment
  22    Intangibles
  23    Trade and other payables
  24    Borrowings
  25    Provisions
  26    Other liabilities
  27    General, restricted and accumulated funds
  28    Commitments for expenditure
  29    Contingent liabilities
  30    Segment information
  31    Investment in controlled entities
  32    Interest in associated entities
  33    Related party transactions
  34    Financial risk management
  35    Events occurring after the balance sheet date
  36    Notes to the Statement of Cash Flows - reconciliation
  37    Acquittal of Australian Government financial assistance
  38    Research income pursuant to Higher Education Research Data Collection
  39    Restatement of comparatives




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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 1. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES

The financial report is a general purpose financial report that has been prepared in accordance with Australian
Accounting Standards, AASB Interpretations, the requirements of the Department of Education, Employment and
Workplace Relations ('DEEWR') and other State/Australian Government legislative requirements.

The financial report covers the economic entity consisting of James Cook University and its controlled entities, and
James Cook University ('the University') as an individual parent entity.

The following is a summary of the material significant accounting policies adopted by the economic entity in the
preparation of the financial report. The accounting policies have been consistently applied, unless otherwise stated.

Basis of Preparation

Compliance with IFRS
Australian Accounting Standards include Australian equivalents to International Financial Reporting Standards
(AIFRS). The financial statements and notes of the economic entity comply with Australian Accounting Standards
some of which contain requirements specific to not-for-profit entities that are inconsistent with IFRS requirements.

Reporting basis and conventions
The financial statements have been prepared on an accruals basis and are based on historical costs modified by
the revaluation of selected non-current assets, and financial assets and liabilities for which the fair value basis of
accounting has been applied.

(a) Principles of consolidation
    A controlled entity of James Cook University is one where James Cook University has the capacity to dominate
    the decision-making in relation to the financial and operating policies of the other entity. A list of the controlled
    entities of James Cook University is contained in Note 31 to the financial statements. All consolidated entities
    have a 31 December year-end.

   All inter-company balances and transactions between entities in the economic entity, including any unrealised
   profits or losses, have been eliminated on consolidation. Accounting policies of subsidiaries have been changed,
   where necessary, to ensure consistency with those policies applied by the parent entity.

   Where controlled entities have entered or left the economic entity during the year, their operating results have
   been included/excluded from the date control was obtained or until the date control ceased.

   Minority equity interest in the equity and results of the entities that are controlled are shown as a separate item
   in the consolidated financial report.

(b) Taxation
    James Cook University and its controlled entities are, by virtue of Section 50-5 of the Income Tax Assessment
    Act 1997, exempt from the liability to pay income tax. The University and its controlled entities are, however,
    subject to Payroll Tax, Fringe Benefits Tax and Goods and Services Tax (GST).

   Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of the amount of GST, except where the amount of GST
   incurred is not recoverable from the Australian Tax Office. In these circumstances the GST is recognised as
   part of the cost of acquisition of the asset or as part of an item of the expense. Receivables and payables in
   the balance sheet are shown inclusive of GST. Cash flows are presented in the cash flow statement on a gross
   basis, except for the GST component on investing and financing activities, which are disclosed as operating cash
   flows.

(c) Foreign currency translation
    Functional and presentation currency
    The functional currency of each of the group's entities are measured using the currency of the primary economic
    environment in which that entity operates. The consolidated financial statements are presented in Australian dollars
    which is the parent entity's functional and presentation currency.

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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 1. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (cont’d)

(c) Foreign currency translation (cont’d)
    Transaction and balances
    Foreign currency transactions are translated into the functional currency using the exchange rates prevail-
    ing at the dates of the transactions. Foreign exchange gains and losses resulting from the settlement of
    such transactions and from the translation at year-end exchange rates of monetary assets and liabilities
    denominated in foreign currencies are recognised in the income statement.

   Translation differences on non-monetary items, such as equities held at fair value through profit or loss,
   are reported as part of the fair value gain or loss. Translation differences on non-monetary items, such as
   equities classified as available-for-sale financial assets, are included in the fair value reserve in equity.

   The financial results and position of foreign operations whose functional currency is different from the
   economic entity's presentation currency are translated as follows:
    - assets and liabilities are translated at year-end exchange rates prevailing at that reporting date;
    - income and expenses are translated at average exchange rates for the period; and
    - retained profits are translated at the exchange rates prevailing at the date of the transaction.

   Exchange differences arising on translation of foreign operations are transferred directly to the economic
   entity's foreign currency translation reserve in the balance sheet. These differences are recognised in the
   income statement in the period in which the operation is disposed.

(d) Cash and cash equivalents
    Cash and cash equivalents includes cash on hand, deposits held at call with financial institutions and other
    short-term, highly liquid investments that are readily convertible to known amounts of cash and which are
    subject to an insignificant risk of a change in value.

(e) Trade receivables
    Trade receivables are generally due for settlement within 30 days of the date of invoice. The carrying
    value less provision for impairment is a reasonable approximation of their fair values due to the short-term
    nature of trade receivables.

   Collectability of trade receivables is reviewed on an ongoing basis. Debts which are known to be un-
   collectible are written off. A provision for impairment of trade receivables is established when there is
   objective evidence that the economic entity will not be able to collect all amounts due according to the
   original terms of the receivables. Significant financial difficulties of the debtor, probability that the debtor
   will enter bankruptcy or financial reorganisation, and default or delinquency in payments are considered
   indicators that the trade receivable is impaired. The amount of the provision is recognised in the income
   statement as 'Impairment of assets', refer Note 12.

(f) Inventories
     Inventories are valued at the lower of cost and net realisable value.

(g) Property, plant and equipment
    Each class of property, plant and equipment is carried at cost or fair value, less where applicable, any
    accumulated depreciation and impairment losses.

   Land, buildings and infrastructure assets
   Land, buildings and infrastructure assets are valued at their fair value in accordance with the Queensland
   Treasury’s asset policy - “Non-Current Asset Policies for the Queensland Public Sector” (June 2005), less
   subsequent depreciation for buildings and infrastructure assets. Buildings under construction are recorded
   at cost. The asset recognition threshold is $10,000 for building and infrastructure assets. The asset rec-
   ognition threshold for land is $1.



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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 1. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (cont’d)

(g) Property, plant and equipment (cont’d)

   Plant and equipment
   Plant and equipment with a value of equal to or greater than $5,000 are recorded at cost less
   depreciation and impairment losses. Plant and equipment donated to the University is recorded at
   management’s valuation in the year of donation. Additions with a value of less than $5,000 are expensed
   in the year of purchase.

   Subsequent costs are included in the asset’s carrying amount or recognised as a separate asset, as
   appropriate, only when it is probable that future economic benefits associated with the item will flow
   to the economic entity and the cost of the item can be measured reliably. All other repairs and
   maintenance are charged to the income statement during the financial period in which they are incurred.

   Rare books
   Rare books are valued at their fair value in accordance with Queensland Treasury's asset policy - "Non-
   Current Asset Policies for the Queensland Public Sector" (June 2005). The asset recognition threshold is
   $5,000.

   Museums and art
   Museums and art are valued at fair value in accordance with Queensland Treasury’s asset policy -
   “Non-Current Asset Policies for the Queensland Public Sector” (June 2005). Additions to the collections
   purchased since the last valuation date are recorded at cost. The asset recognition threshold is $5,000.

   Revaluations
   Land, buildings, infrastructure and cultural assets (including the museums and art) are revalued every five
   years in accordance with Queensland Treasury’s asset policy - “Non-Current Asset Policies for the
   Queensland Public Sector” (June 2005), and are included in the financial statements at the revalued
   amounts. Interim revaluations of assets valued at fair value are performed annually using relevant indices
   or other reliable measures.

   Any accumulated depreciation at the date of revaluation is restated proportionately with the change in the
   gross carrying amount of the asset so that the carrying amount of the asset after revaluation equals its
   revalued amount.

   Revaluation increments are credited directly to the asset revaluation reserve, except where the increment
   reverses a previously recognised decrement. In such cases the increments are recognised as revenue in
   the income statement. Revaluation decrements are recognised as an expense in the income statement
   except where the decrement reverses a revaluation increment held in the asset revaluation reserve.

(h) Depreciation of property, plant and equipment
    Property, plant and equipment, other than land, library (rare books), art and museum collections, are de-
    preciated on a straight line basis over their expected useful lives at the following rates:
                                                    2007                  2006

                   Buildings                      1.25% to 6.67%       1.25% to 3.23%
                   Infrastructure                 1.97% to 6.67%       1.56% to 6.67%
                   Motor Vehicles                 20.0%                20.0%
                   Computing Hardware             20.0%                20.0%
                   Other Plant and Equipment      10.0% to 20.0%       10.0% to 20.0%




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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 1. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (cont’d)

(h) Depreciation of property, plant and equipment (cont’d)
    The assets’ residual values and useful lives are reviewed, and adjusted if appropriate, at each balance
    sheet date.

   An asset’s carrying amount is written down immediately to its recoverable amount if the asset’s carrying
   amount is greater than its estimated recoverable amount.

   Gains and losses on disposals are determined by comparing proceeds with carrying amount. These are
   included in the income statement.

(i) Intangible assets

   Computer software
   Computer software with a value equal to or greater than $100,000 is recognised at cost of acquisition
   less accumulated amortisation and any impairment losses. Computer software is amortised over its
   useful life. Additions with a value of less than $100,000 are expensed in the year of purchase.

(j) Impairment of assets
     At each reporting date, the economic entity reviews the carrying values of its tangible and intangible
     assets to determine whether there is any indication that those assets have been impaired. If such an
     indication exists, the recoverable amount of the asset, being the higher of the asset’s fair value less costs
     to sell and value in use, is compared to the assets carrying value. Any excess of the assets carrying
     value over its recoverable amount is expensed to the income statement.

(k) Investments and other financial assets
    The economic entity classifies its investments in the following categories: loans and receivables,
    held-to-maturity investments and available-for-sale financial assets. The classification depends on the
    purpose for which the investments were acquired. Management determines the classification of its
    investments at initial recognition and re-evaluates this designation at each reporting date.

   Investments are initially measured at cost on trade date, when the related contractual rights or obligations
   exist. Subsequent to initial recognition these investments are measured as set out below.

   Loans and receivables
   Loans and receivables are non-derivative financial assets with fixed or determinable payments that are
   not quoted in an active market and are stated at amortised cost using the effective interest rate method.

   Held-to-maturity investments
   These investments have fixed maturities, and it is the economic entity’s intention to hold these
   investments to maturity. Held-to-maturity investments are reflected at fair value.

   Available-for-sale financial assets
   Available-for-sale financial assets, comprising principally marketable equity securities, are non-derivatives
   that are either designated in this category or not classified in any of the other categories. Available-for-
   sale financial assets are reflected at fair value. Unrealised gains and losses arising from changes in fair
   value are taken directly to equity.

   Fair value is determined based on current bid prices for all quoted investments.

   The economic entity assesses at each balance date whether there is objective evidence that a financial
   asset or group of financial assets is impaired. In the case of available-for-sale financial instruments, a
   prolonged decline in the value of the instrument is considered to determine whether an impairment has
   arisen. Impairment losses are recognised in the income statement.


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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 1. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (cont’d)

(l) Investments in associates
     Investments in associate companies are recognised in the financial statements by applying the equity
     method of accounting. The equity method of accounting recognises the economic entity’s share of
     post-acquisition reserves of its associates.

(m) Interests in joint ventures
  The economic entity’s share of assets, liabilities, revenue and expenses of joint venture operations are
  included in the appropriate items of the consolidated income statement and balance sheet. Details of the
  economic entity’s interests are shown in Note 19.

   The economic entity’s interests in joint venture entities are brought to account using the equity method of
   accounting in the consolidated financial statements. The parent entity’s interests in joint venture entities
   are brought to account using the cost method.

(n) Borrowing
   Borrowings are initially recognised at fair value, net of transaction costs incurred. Borrowings are subse-
   quently measured at amortised cost. Any difference between the proceeds (net of transaction costs) and
   the redemption amount is recognised in the income statement over the period of the borrowings using
   the effective interest method.

(o) Borrowing costs
   Borrowing costs directly attributable to the acquisition, construction or production of assets that neces-
   sarily take a substantial period of time to prepare for their intended use or sale, are added to the cost of
   those assets, until such time as the assets are substantially ready for their intended use or sale.

   All other borrowing costs are recognised in the income statement in the period in which they are incurred.

(p) Leased non-current assets
    Leases of property, plant and equipment where the economic entity has substantially all the risks and
    benefits incidental to the ownership of the asset are classified as finance leases.

   Finance leases are capitalised by recording an asset and a liability at the lower of the amounts equal to
   the fair value of the leased property or the present value of the minimum lease payments, including any
   guaranteed residual values. Lease payments are allocated between the reduction of the lease liability and
   the lease interest expense for the period.

   Finance leased assets are depreciated on a straight-line basis over their estimated useful lives.

   Lease payments for operating leases, where substantially all the risks and benefits remain with the lessor,
   are charged as expenses in the periods in which they are incurred.

(q) Employee entitlements
    Provision is made for the economic entity’s liability for employee benefits arising from services rendered
    by employees to balance date.

   Annual leave
   The provision for annual leave does not include any entitlements due and payable to academic staff and
   eligible scholarship holders, consultants and casual employees. Annual leave entitlements have been
   measured at the amounts expected to be paid when the liability is settled, plus related on-costs.




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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 1. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (cont’d)

(q) Employee entitlements (cont'd)

   Long service leave
   The University provides for long service leave for employees from commencement of employment. That
   part of the provision that is expected to be payable within 12 months of the reporting date is classified as
   a current provision and measured at its nominal amount. The liability for long service leave expected to
   be settled more than 12 months from the reporting date is recognised in the provision for employee ben-
   efits and measured as the present value of expected future payments to be made in respect of services
   provided by employees up to the reporting date. Consideration is given to expected future wage and
   salary levels, experience of employee departures and periods of services. Expected future payments are
   discounted using market yields at the reporting date on national government bonds with terms of maturity
   and currency that match, as closely as possible, the estimated future cash outflows.

   Retirement benefit obligations
   Contributions are made by the University to employee superannuation funds and are charged as expenses
   when incurred.

(r) Provisions - other
    Provision for estimated costs of dismantlement, removal or restoration of the leased property to restore
    premises to their original conditions is recognised as property, plant and equipment. The provision is esti-
    mated based on the best estimate of the expenditure required to settle the obligation, taking into consid-
    eration time value.

(s) Revenue recognition
    Financial assistance is recognised as revenue when the University obtains control over the income.
    Control over the income would normally be obtained upon the earlier of their receipt or their becoming
    contractually due. Financial assistance that DEEWR has identified as being recoverable is disclosed as
    "Return of DEEWR funding", within other liabilities.

   Revenue from the sale of goods is recognised upon the delivery of goods to customers. Revenue from
   rendering of services is recognised upon the delivery of the service to the customer.

   Interest revenue is recognised on a proportional basis taking into account the interest rates applicable to
   the financial assets.

   Dividend revenue is recognised when the right to receive a dividend has been established. Dividends re-
   ceived from associates and joint venture entities are accounted for in accordance with the equity method
   of accounting. Royalty revenue is recognised when the right to receive a royalty has been established.

   All revenue is stated net of the amount of goods and services tax (GST).

(t) Comparative figures
    Where required, comparative figures have been adjusted to conform with changes in presentation in the
    current financial year and so may differ from the prior year audited financial statements.

(u) Change in accounting policy - library collections
    Queensland Treasury revised section 13 Accounting for library collections, contained in the
    "Non-Current Asset Policies for the Queensland Public Sector" (June 2005). The revised policy is effective for
    reporting periods beginning on or after 1 July 2006.

   The policy deals specifically with the accounting treatment of Library Collections, which includes recognition,
   valuation, impairment, depreciation and disclosure. The policy details that collections must be classified as a
   common use, reference or heritage (rare book) collection. Each collection type has specific accounting treat-
   ments which are to be applied.

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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 1. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (cont’d

(u) Change in accounting policy - library collections (cont'd)
    A common use collection generally has a limited life with the greatest usage within the first year and a rapid decline in
    use in subsequent years. With the declining use and obsolescence, common use items are expensed on acquisition.

   A reference collection generally has a longer useful life and would be replaced if lost or damaged. In applying the policy,
   a recognition threshold of $1 million is to be applied to the collection. At balance date the University’s reference collec-
   tion had a carrying value of less than $1 million. As a result, the University's reference collection has been expensed.

   The change in accounting policy has resulted in monographs and periodicals being reclassified as common use and a
   requirement to fully expense them in the year of acquisition. All previously capitalised monographs and periodicals have
   been written off and the financial statements for 2006 have been restated to reflect the change in accounting policy.
   There is no effect in 2007, as all library purchases (monographs and periodicals) have been expensed.
                                                                                                     The effect of the
                                                                                                     change on 2006
   Income Statement adjustments:                                                                          $’000
   Depreciation                                                                                           (3,422)
   Other expenses                                                                                          3,894
   Net operating result                                                                                    (472)

   Balance Sheet adjustments:
   Property, plant and equipment                                                                          (42,654)

   Equity adjustments:
   Accumulated funds as at 1 January 2006                                                                 (31,452)
   Net operating result                                                                                     (472)
                                                                                                          (31,924)
   Asset revaluation reserve as at 1 January 2006                                                         (10,730)
   Total                                                                                                  (42,654)

(v) Correction of prior period error

   Reciprocal grants
   In the financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2006, the University recorded reciprocal grants
   as revenue upon receipt, rather than over the term of the funding arrangements. This error had the effect of
   understating revenue in advance and overstating retained surplus by $11.174m, both in the parent entity and on
   consolidation.
                                                                                          The effect of the
                                                                                          change on 2006
   Income Statement adjustments:                                                                $’000
   Australian Government grants                                                                 (1,375)
   Other Australian Government grants                                                             187
   Queensland Government financial assistance                                                     409
   Fees and Charges                                                                                16
   Consultancy and contracts                                                                    (2,350)
   Other revenue                                                                                  (18)
   Net operating result                                                                         (3,131)

   Balance Sheet adjustments:
   Other liabilities                                                                                     11,174

   Equity adjustments:
   Accumulated funds as at 1 January 2006                                                                (8,043)
   Net operating result                                                                                  (3,131)
   Total                                                                                                (11,174)


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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 1. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (cont’d)

(v) Correction of prior period error (cont'd)

   Funds held on behalf of another organisation
   In the financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2006, the University recorded funds held on
   behalf of another organisation as revenue upon receipt, rather than a liability. This error had the effect of
   overstating revenue and retained surplus by $0.388m, both in the parent entity and on consolidation.


                                                                            The effect of the
                                                                            change on 2006
                                                                                 $’000
   Balance Sheet adjustments:
   Other liabilities                                                                 388

   Equity adjustments:
   Accumulated funds as at 1 January 2006                                           (388)

(w) Rounding amounts
   Amounts shown in these financial statements have been rounded to the nearest thousand dollars
   ($1,000).

Critical Accounting Estimates and Judgements
   Estimates and judgements are continually evaluated and are based on historical experience and other
   factors, including expectations of future events that may have a financial impact on the entity and that are
   believed to be reasonable under the circumstances.

   Key judgements - Smart State Research Facility Fund debt forgiveness
   The parent and economic entity has recognised revenue amounting to $2,604,667 which represents one-
   third of the Smart State Research Facility loan that the Queensland State Government acknowledges and
   agrees that they will not seek, and will forgive the repayment, provided that the University complies with
   all of its obligations under the Loan Agreement between the State and the University.

   The University intends to comply with all of its obligations under the loan agreement and it is therefore
   appropriate to recognise the debt forgiveness during 2007.
   .




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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                                            Parent Entity
                                                                          and Consolidated
                                                                                $000
                                                          Note         2007              2006
NOTE 2. AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
(including HECS-HELP and other Australian Government loan programs)

(a)        Commonwealth Grants Scheme and other grants            37
            Commonwealth Grants Scheme (including loadings) #            74,821           75,376
            Indigenous Support Fund                                       1,566            1,459
            Equity Programs                                                 549              628
            Workplace Reform Program                                        952              965
            Workplace Productivity Program                                1,200            2,300
            Capital Development Pool                              3      18,000            8,129
            Learning and Teaching Performance Fund                37        500                 -
            OS-HELP                                                            -              45
                                                                         97,588           88,902

(b)        Higher Education Loan Programmes                       37
            HECS-HELP                                                    37,630           37,483
            FEE-HELP                                                      1,544              821
                                                                         39,174           38,304
(c)        Scholarships                                           37
            Australian Postgraduate Awards                                1,298            1,322
            International Postgraduate Research Scholarships                241              357
            Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarships                     1,107              751
            Commonwealth Accommodation Scholarships                       2,260            1,527
            Indigenous Staff Scholarships                                   (11)              33
                                                                          4,895            3,990
(d)        DEEWR - Research                                       37
            Institutional Grants Scheme                                   3,977            3,938
            Research Training Scheme                                      8,483            8,502
            Systemic Infrastructure Initiatives                   3            -             500
            Research Infrastructure Block Grants                          1,745            1,853
            Regional Protection Grants                                      373              370
            Commercialisation Training Scheme                                69                 -
            Australian Scheme for Higher Education Repositories             105                 -
            Implementation Assistance Program                                49                 -
                                                                         14,801           15,163
(e)        Australian Research Council                            37
           (i) Discovery
               Projects                                                   1,770            1,407
               Fellowships                                                  311              321
               Indigenous Researchers Development                              -                -
                                                                          2,081            1,728
           (ii) Linkages
                Infrastructure                                              287                 202
                International Research Exchange                                -                   -
                Projects                                                    533                 628
                Special Research Initiatives                                   -                   -
                                                                            820                 830
           (iii) Networks and Centres
                 Research Networks                                            -               13
                 Centres                                                  2,404            2,052
                                                                          2,404            2,065


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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                                                        Parent Entity
                                                                                      and Consolidated
                                                                                            $000
                                                                                      2007       2006

NOTE 2. AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
(including HECS-HELP and other Australian Government loan programs) (cont’d)

(f)   Other Australian Government financial assistance
       Mt Isa Centre for Rural and Remote Health                                       1,889             1,286
       Public Health                                                                     492               514
       Aboriginal Tutorial Assistance Scheme                                             522               179
       Australian Agency for International Development                                      -              149
       Rural Clinical School Program                                                   1,365             1,227
       Rural Undergraduate Steering Committee Program                                    208               313
       Strategic Capital Grants                                                             -            1,000
       Rural Health Student Accommodation                                              5,313             2,187
       AIMS@JCU                                                                          427               450
       Primary Health Care Research, Evaluation and Development                          282                22
       Other                                                                             454               148
                                                                                      10,952             7,475

      Total Australian Government financial assistance                               172,715           158,457

Reconciliation
Australian Government grants [2(a) + 2(c) + 2(d) + 2(e)]                             122,589           112,678
HECS-HELP - Australian Government payments                                            37,630            37,483
Other Australian Government loan programs [FEE-HELP]                                   1,544               821
Other Australian Government financial assistance [2(f)]                               10,952             7,475

Total Australian Government financial assistance reported                            172,715           158,457
 in the Income Statement

(g)   Australian Government Grants received - cash basis
      CGS and other DEEWR Grants                                                      98,799            90,163
      Higher Education Loan Programs                                                  36,059            40,834
      Scholarships                                                                     4,895             3,990
      DEEWR research                                                                  14,801            15,163
      ARC grants - Discovery                                                           1,831             1,930
      ARC grants - Linkages                                                              756               849
      ARC grants - Networks and Centres                                                2,548             3,722
      Other Australian Government Grants                                              11,019             7,662
      Total Australian Government Grants received - cash basis                       170,708           164,313
       OS-HELP (net)                                                                      11                17
      Total Australian Government funding received - cash basis                      170,719           164,330




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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 3. NET OPERATING RESULT ADJUSTED FOR CAPITAL GRANT INCOME AND ASSOCIATED
EXPENSES

The nature of capital grant income is such that much of the associated expenditure is not recorded in the
Income Statement, but rather as assets in the Balance Sheet. The following is a summary of the income and
expenses (excluding capitalised expenditure) associated with capital grant projects undertaken, which have
been included in the Income Statement.
                                                                             Parent Entity
                                                           2007          2007          2006          2006
                                                            $000         $000           $000         $000
                                                          Income      Expenditure     Income      Expenditure
Australian Government Grants
Capital Development Pool activity                           18,000                -        8,129          209
Systemic Infrastructure Initiative activity                       -               -          500        1,000
                                                            18,000                -        8,629        1,209
Other Australian and State Government Grants
Rural Health Student Accommodation                           5,313               1         3,187           35
Expanded Medical School Facilities                          15,000                -             -            -
ATSIP                                                          250                -             -            -
                                                            20,563               1         3,187           35
Australian Tropical Forest Institute (ATFI)
Net gain from change in fair value of financial liability    3,654                -            -             -
Debt forgiveness - Smart State borrowings                    2,605                -            -             -
                                                             6,259                -            -             -

                                                           44,822               1       11,816          1,244

Capital grant income less expenditure (net)                               44,821                       10,572


Operating result adjusted for capital grant income                                        Parent Entity
and associated expenses                                                                       $000
                                                                                          2007          2006

Net operating result as per Income Statement                                            51,603         16,247
Less capital grant income and expenditure adjustment (net)                              44,821         10,572

Adjusted net operating result                                                            6,782          5,675


NOTE 4. STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

                                                              Consolidated                Parent Entity
                                                                  $000                        $000
                                                             2007          2006           2007          2006

North Queensland Clinical School                            1,631          2,624         1,631          2,624
Expanded Medical School Facility                           15,000               -       15,000               -
Other                                                         394            274           394            274
                                                           17,025          2,898        17,025          2,898




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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                         Consolidated               Parent Entity
                                                            $000                        $000
                                                       2007        2006           2007        2006
NOTE 5. FEES AND CHARGES

Course fees and charges
Fee paying overseas students                           33,751       29,091         23,632         21,737
Fee paying domestic postgraduate students               1,623        1,327          1,623          1,327
Other domestic course fees and charges                    206          904            206            904
                                                       35,580       31,322         25,461         23,968
Other fees and charges
CRC administrative fees                                   436        1,015            436          1,015
Library fines and fees                                    279          301            279            301
Parking fines and fees                                    107          115            107            115
Professional, testing & technical services              3,106        2,989          3,106          2,989
Rental income                                             322          179            322            179
Conference fee income                                     528          448            528            448
Student accommodation                                   6,607        7,000          6,607          7,000
Lecture, marking and examination fees                     160          158            472            494
Fees incidental to studies                                415          562            415            562
Other                                                   1,095          835          1,095            835
Total other fees and charges                           13,055       13,602         13,367         13,938
                                                       48,635       44,924         38,828         37,906

NOTE 6. INVESTMENT INCOME

 Interest                                               6,787        3,906          6,756             3,876
 Dividends                                                686        1,213            686             1,213
 Property trust income                                    229          287            229               287
                                                        7,702        5,406          7,671             5,376

NOTE 7. CONSULTANCY AND CONTRACTS

Contract research                                      18,100       16,271         18,100         16,221
Research consultancy                                    1,356          776          1,356            776
Other consultancy                                         859        1,819            859          1,819
                                                       20,315       18,866         20,315         18,816

NOTE 8. OTHER REVENUE AND INCOME

Other revenue
Commission income                                         258          229            258               229
Donations and bequests                                    583        1,093          1,493               942
Non-government grants                                     301          481            301               478
Scholarships and prizes                                   671          601            671               601
                                                        1,813        2,404          2,723             2,250
Other income
Net foreign exchange gains (loss)                        (100)            36         (100)                 36
Net gain (loss) on disposal of property, plant
 and equipment                                           (647)          221          (571)              221
Net gain (loss) on sale of investments                  4,139           855         4,139               855
Net gain from change in fair value of financial
 liability - Smart State borrowings                     3,654             -         3,654                  -
Debt forgiveness - Smart State borrowings               2,605             -         2,605                  -
Other income                                              968          797            755               537
                                                       10,619        1,909         10,482             1,649
                                                  17

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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                   Consolidated         Parent Entity
                                                      $000                  $000
                                                 2007        2006     2007         2006

NOTE 9. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS AND ON COSTS

Academic
 Salaries                                         56,161     59,217    56,161      59,217
 Contribution to superannuation and
   pension schemes (funded)                        8,390      8,340     8,390       8,340
 Payroll tax                                       3,137      3,257     3,137       3,257
 Workers compensation                                173        316       173         316
 Long service leave                                1,062      1,415     1,062       1,415
 Annual leave loading                                558        572       558         572
                                                  69,481     73,117    69,481      73,117
Professional and technical
 Salaries                                         50,210     48,870    48,043      46,886
 Contribution to superannuation and
   pension schemes (funded)                        7,533      7,110     7,533       7,110
 Payroll tax                                       2,801      2,724     2,801       2,724
 Workers compensation                                266        276       266         276
 Long service leave                                  916      1,146       916       1,146
 Annual leave                                      3,969      4,510     3,969       4,510
                                                  65,695     64,636    63,528      62,652
                                                 135,176    137,753   133,009     135,769

NOTE 10. DEPRECIATION AND AMORTISATION

Depreciation
 Buildings                                        11,104     10,477    11,096      10,469
 Plant and equipment                               5,513      5,009     5,041       4,830
 Infrastructure                                    1,112        979     1,112         979
                                                  17,729     16,465    17,249      16,278
Amortisation
 Intangible asset                                    378        148       378         148
                                                  18,107     16,613    17,627      16,426

NOTE 11. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

Buildings                                          4,872      4,724     4,867       4,723
Grounds                                              320        289       320         289
Equipment                                          2,965      2,553     2,938       2,502
                                                   8,157      7,566     8,125       7,514




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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                               Consolidated                    Parent Entity
                                                                  $000                             $000
                                                             2007        2006                2007         2006

NOTE 12. IMPAIRMENT OF ASSETS

Impairment of trade receivables                                  114              193              114               193
                                                                 114              193              114               193

NOTE 13. OTHER EXPENSES

Advertising, marketing and promotional expenses                1,551           1,341            1,547             1,341
Bank fees and charges                                            208             200              208               200
Books and publications                                         3,985           4,195            3,985             4,195
Communications                                                 2,151           2,699            2,148             2,696
Consumables                                                    2,673           2,843            2,662             2,835
Cost of goods sold                                             2,592           2,480            2,592             2,480
Fees and charges                                               6,809           4,161            6,800             4,157
Insurance                                                        828           1,120              828             1,096
Motor vehicle related expenses                                   549             473              549               473
Non-capitalised equipment                                      6,872           5,729            6,872             5,728
Occupancy and utilities                                        5,358           5,213            5,358             5,213
Other staff related expenses                                   1,774           2,634            1,774             2,634
Printing and stationery                                        1,647           1,727            1,647             1,727
Professional fees                                              3,438           3,335            3,368             3,268
Rental, hire and other leasing fees                              865             363              865               363
Minimum lease payments on operating leases                        92             285               92               285
Grants, scholarships and prizes                               12,754           9,264           12,754             9,264
Staff development and recruitment                              2,041           1,844            2,038             1,838
Student accommodation catering expenses                          897             842              897               842
Subscriptions and memberships                                    972             877              972               877
Travel expenses                                                8,847           7,890            8,840             7,889
Losses - public property *                                          -              1                 -                1
Other                                                          6,778           5,947            3,114             2,092
                                                              73,681          65,463           69,910            61,494

* There were no insurance recoveries received during the year in respect of the Losses of Public Property
(2006 - $47,465).


NOTE 14. REMUNERATION OF AUDITORS

During the year the following fees were paid for services provided by the auditor of the parent entity, its
related practices and non-related audit firms:

Audit services
Fees paid to Queensland Audit Office:
    Audit and review of financial reports                         91               82               91                82
Fees paid to non-Queensland Audit Office audit
firms for the audit or review of financial reports of
any entity in the consolidated entity                             56               40               13                13
Total remuneration for audit services                            147              122              104                95




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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 15. KEY MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL DISCLOSURES

PARENT ENTITY

(a) Names of responsible persons and executive officers

Responsible Officers

Details of the University’s Council Membership are located within the Annual Report.

Executive Officers
                       2007                                    2006
                       Prof. Sandra Harding                    Prof. Bernard Moulden
                       Prof. AR (Harry) Hyland                 Prof. AR (Harry) Hyland
                       Prof. Scott Bowman                      Prof. Scott Bowman
                       Prof. Norman Palmer                     Prof. Norman Palmer
                       Prof. Robin Woellner                    Prof. Robin Woellner
                       Prof. Ian Wronski                       Prof. Ian Wronski
                       Prof. Andrew Vann                       Prof. Andrew Vann
                       Prof. Janet Greeley                     Prof. Janet Greeley
                       Prof. Chris Cocklin                     Prof. Neville Pankhurst
                       Prof. Robin McTaggart                   Prof. Robin McTaggart
                       Mrs Patricia Brand                      Prof. Michael Kingsford

(b) Remuneration of board members and executive officers

Remuneration of board members

No Council Member received remuneration for duties performed in their role as a Council Member. No
Council Member is entitled to any Retirement Benefit arising from their role as a Council Member.

                                                                         Parent Entity
                                                                2007                      2006
Remuneration of executive officers                             Number                    Number

   $40,000 to $49,999                                              -                       1
   $140,000 to $149,999                                            -                       1
   $150,000 to $159,999                                            1                       -
   $160,000 to $169,999                                            1                       -
   $170,000 to $179,999                                            -                       -
   $180,000 to $189,999                                            -                       2
   $190,000 to $199,999                                            2                       4
   $200,000 to $209,999                                            1                       -
   $210,000 to $219,999                                            3                       -
   $230,000 to $239,999                                            1                       -
   $240,000 to $249,999                                            -                       1
   $260,000 to $269,999                                            -                       1
   $290,000 to $299,999                                            1                       -
   $380,000 to $389,999                                            1                       -
   $590,000 to $599,999                                            -                       1
Remuneration includes salary, superannuation, packaged benefits, leave loading and leave entitlements
on termination. The aggregate of remuneration for the executives included above for the year ended 31
December 2007 was $2,485,671 (2006: $2,408,945).



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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                                  Consolidated                Parent Entity
                                                                      $000                        $000
                                                                 2007      2006              2007      2006

NOTE 15. KEY MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL DISCLOSURES (cont’d)

(c) Key management personal compensation
Short-term employee benefits                                       2,977         2,907         2,486         2,409


NOTE 16. CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS

Cash at bank and on hand                                          7,601         5,972         3,942          3,626
Short term deposits                                             111,632        65,880       111,526         65,778
                                                                119,233        71,852       115,468         69,404

The above figures are included as cash and cash equivalents in the statement of cash flows.

(a) Cash at bank and on hand
Cash at bank deposits yield interest at floating rates of between 0.05% and 4.5% (2006 - 0.05% and
4.5%).

(b) Short term deposits
Short term deposits yield interest at floating rates of between 6.20% and 7.55% (2006 - 4.57% and
6.56%). These deposits have an average maturity of 30 days or at call.


NOTE 17. TRADE AND OTHER RECEIVABLES

CURRENT
Debtors                                                            4,318         5,846         4,749         6,343
Sundry loans and advances                                          1,876         1,651         1,430         1,585
                                                                   6,194         7,497         6,179         7,928
Provision for impairment                                            (382)         (412)         (382)         (412)
                                                                   5,812         7,085         5,797         7,516
Accrued revenue                                                    1,687         1,935         1,683         1,927
GST receivable                                                     1,748           879         1,747           879
                                                                   9,247         9,899         9,227        10,322

(a) Impaired receivables

As at 31 December 2007, current receivables of the economic entity with a nominal value of $217,781
(2006 - $217,781) were individually impaired. The individually impaired receivable relates to a loan made
to a subsidiary company which is not expected to be repaid.

The provision for impairment of $382,281 (2006 - $412,281) comprises of the individually impaired
receivable of $217,781 and a general provision of $164,500, which is based on historical experience
regarding the collectability of aged debts.

As at 31 December 2007, trade and other receivables of $2,121,614 (2006 - $4,075,377) were past due
but not impaired. These relate to a number of independent customers for whom there is no recent history
of default.




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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                                 Consolicated               Parent Entity
                                                                    $000                        $000
                                                               2007        2006           2007        2006

NOTE 17. TRADE AND OTHER RECEIVABLES (cont'd)

The ageing analysis of these receivables is as follows:
 > 30 to 60 days                                                 1,292         1,856        1,114        1,855
 > 60 to 90 days                                                    81           855            9          885
 > 90 days                                                         749         1,364          547        1,363
                                                                 2,122         4,075        1,670        4,103

 Movements in the provision for impaired receivables are as follows:

 At 1 January                                                       412          697          412          697
 Provision for impairment recognised during the year                114          (92)         114          (92)
 Receivables written off during the year as uncollectible         (144)        (193)        (144)        (193)
                                                                   382          412          382          412

 NOTE 18. INVENTORIES

 CURRENT
 Bookshop stock                                                  1,018         1,198        1,018        1,198

 NOTE 19. INVESTMENTS ACCOUNTED FOR USING THE EQUITY METHOD


 Interest in joint venture entity                   19 (b)           85         117              -            -
 Associated entity                                  19 (c)            2           2              -            -
                                                                     87         119              -            -

 (a) Interest in joint venture operations

 (i) AIMS@JCU
 On 17 June 2004, James Cook University entered into an unincorporated joint venture agreement (AIMS@
 JCU) with the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS). The principal activity of the joint venture is to
 facilitate collaboration between the University and AIMS. In particular, it will increase research activities,
 capabilities, outputs and outcomes by the two organisations.

 James Cook University holds a 50% interest in the AIMS@JCU unincorporated joint venture. The venture
 is controlled by a Board, comprising an independent Chairperson and equal representation from both
 organisations, which determines the research objective for funding. The agreement specifies that the
 share that each participant is to receive from the joint venture is to be determined by the Board.

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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                          Consolicated                  Parent Entity
                                                             $000                           $000
                                                        2007        2006              2007         2006

NOTE 19. INVESTMENTS ACCOUNTED FOR USING THE EQUITY METHOD (cont'd)

Income Statement
Revenue from joint venture                                   16            187               16               187
Expenditure on the joint venture                               -         (121)                 -            (121)
Net operating surplus                                        16             66               16                66

Balance Sheet
CURRENT ASSETS
Prepayments                                                    -               -                -                 -
Total current assets                                           -               -                -                 -

NON-CURRENT ASSETS
Property, plant and equipment                                11            207               11                 207
Total non-current assets                                     11            207               11                 207

Share of assets of joint venture                             11            207               11                 207


(ii) Tropical Landscapes Joint Venture
On 20 January 2006, James Cook University entered into a unincorporated joint venture agreement (TLJV)
with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). The principle activity
of the joint venture is to encourage relevant collaborative research and consultancy work in the field of
sustainable management of tropical landscapes.

The venture is controlled by a Board, comprising an independent Chairperson and equal representation
from both organisations. The Board approves the budget and the research plan.

As the TLJV Fund Manager, the University has recorded the cash contributions received and expenses
incurred in respect of the TLJV.

Income Statement
Revenue                                                     314            462                  -                 -
Expenditure on the joint venture                          (368)          (221)                  -                 -
Net operating surplus                                      (54)           242                   -                 -

Balance Sheet
Accumulated funds                                           224            278                  -                 -




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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                                             Consolidated        Parent Entity
                                                                                $000                 $000
                                                                            2007     2006       2007     2006

NOTE 19. INVESTMENTS ACCOUNTED FOR USING THE EQUITY METHOD (cont’d)

(b) Interest in joint venture entity

Interest in joint venture entity                                                87      117          -           -
                                                                                87      117          -           -

On 6 November 1997 JCU Uninet Pty Ltd entered into an unincorporated joint venture agreement (Uninet
Enclosure Systems Joint Venture) with KJ Moss Pty Ltd ATF Moss Family Trust effective from 1 January
1997 and renewable at five year intervals. The principle activity of the joint venture is supplying and
servicing stinger enclosure nets and related projects.

JCU Uninet Pty Ltd holds a 51% interest in the unincorporated joint venture. The voting power held by
JCU Uninet Pty Ltd in the unincorporated joint venture is 66.67%.

(i) The economic entity’s share of the joint venture entity’s results and financial position:

Current Assets                                                                  10       30          -           -
Non-Current Assets                                                              80       93          -           -
 Total Assets                                                                   90      123          -           -

Current Liabilities                                                              6         6         -           -
 Total Liabilities                                                               6         6         -           -

Revenue                                                                        582      571          -           -
Expenses                                                                     (425)     (414)         -           -
Profit from ordinary activities before income tax                              157      157          -           -
Income Tax expense                                                                -        -         -           -
Profit from ordinary activities after income tax                               157      157          -           -


(ii) Carrying amount of investment in joint venture

Balance at the beginning of the financial year                                117       159          -           -
Share of profit from ordinary activities
 after income tax                                                              157      157          -           -
Cash dividends paid                                                          (189)     (199)         -           -
Balance at the end of the financial year                                        85      117          -           -

(iii) Reserves attributable to interest in Joint Venture
There are no reserves attributable to interest in Joint Venture.

(iv) Events occurring after balance sheet date
There are no events of a material nature occurring after the balance sheet date for the Joint Venture.




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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 19. INVESTMENTS ACCOUNTED FOR USING THE EQUITY METHOD (cont’d)
 (c) Interest in associated entity

The University holds a 20% investment in Pacific Waste Technologies Pty Ltd. The principle activity of
the company is commercialisation of intellectual property which relates to environmentally safe toilet
units.

(i) The economic entity’s share of the company’s results and financial position:

                                                               Consolidated                     Parent Entity
                                                                  $000                              $000
                                                             2007        2006                 2007        2006

Current Assets                                                     13                17                -               -
Non-Current Assets                                                  6                 7                -               -
Total Assets                                                       19                24                -               -

Current Liabilities                                                 1                 3                -               -
Total Liabilities                                                   1                 3                -               -

Revenue                                                              4                 6               -               -
Expenses                                                           (5)               (3)               -               -
Profit from ordinary activities before income tax                  (1)                3                -               -
Income Tax expense                                                   -                 -               -               -
Profit from ordinary activities after income tax                   (1)                3                -               -

(ii) Carrying amount of investment in associate

Balance at the beginning of the financial year                      2                 2                -               -
Share of profit from ordinary activities
  after income tax                                                 (1)                 3               -               -
Cash dividends paid                                                  -               (3)               -               -
Balance at the end of the financial year                            1                 2                -               -


(iii) Reserves attributable to interest in associated company
There are no reserves attributable to interest in associated company.

(iv) Events occurring after balance sheet date
There are no events of a material nature occurring after the balance sheet date for the associated
company.




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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007


                                                            Consolidated             Parent Entity
                                                                $000                     $000
                                                           2007      2006         2007        2006

NOTE 20. OTHER FINANCIAL ASSETS

Available-for-sale financial assets              20(a)    10,436      12,997       10,436           12,997
Held-to-maturity financial assets                20(c)          -      1,767             -           1,767
                                                          10,436      14,764       10,436           14,764


(a) Available-for-sale financial assets comprise

NON-CURRENT - AT MARKET VALUE
 Listed securities - shares                                8,791       9,835        8,791            9,835
 Unlisted securities - shares                                 27          27           27               27
 Property and trusts                                         924       3,135          924            3,135
 Interest bearing securities                                 694            -         694                 -
                                                          10,436      12,997       10,436           12,997


Available-for-sale financial assets comprise investments in the ordinary share capital of various
entities.

There are no fixed returns or fixed maturity dates attached to these investments.

NON-CURRENT - AT COST
 Listed securities - shares                                9,224        7,230       9,224            7,230
 Unlisted securities - shares                                 27           27          27               27
 Property and trusts                                       1,178        2,273       1,178            2,273
 Interest bearing securities                                 718             -        718                 -
                                                          11,147        9,530      11,147            9,530


(b) Movements - available-for-sale financial assets revaluation reserve

Balance at the beginning of the year                        3,477       3,184        3,477           3,184
Revaluation adjustments                                   (4,188)         293      (4,188)             293
Balance at the end of the year                               (711)      3,477         (711)          3,477


(c) Held-to-maturity financial assets
comprise

NON-CURRENT - AT MARKET VALUE
 Interest bearing securities                                     -      1,767             -          1,767

NON-CURRENT - AT COST
 Interest bearing securities                                     -      1,756             -          1,756




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                                              NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                                              FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                              NOTE 21. PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT

                                                                                                                              Plant and      Library       Museums
                                              Consolidated                               Land       Buildings     WIP        Equipment      Collections     and Art     Infrastructure   Total
                                                                                         $000        $000         $000          $000           $000          $000            $000        $000
                                              At 1 January 2006
                                              - Cost                                          80         8,955      5,063        51,079         55,034             3              278     120,492
                                              - Valuation                                 44,010      489,572            -             -            500        1,093          34,395      569,570
                                              Accumulated Depreciation                          -    (155,376)           -      (28,895)       (12,380)             -        (12,223)    (208,874)
                                              Net book amount                             44,090       343,151      5,063         22,184         43,154        1,096           22,450      481,188

                                              Year ended 31 December 2006
                                              Opening net book amount                     44,090      343,151       5,063        22,184         43,154         1,096          22,450      481,188
                                              Additions/Transfers (including from WIP)          -         568      14,136         4,886               -             -          1,024       20,614
                                              Revaluation increments/(decrements)         33,322       31,136            -             -              -             -          2,028       66,486
                                              Depreciation expense                              -     (10,478)           -       (5,009)              -             -           (979)     (16,466)
                                              Disposals                                     (158)          (95)          -         (178)              -             -               -        (431)
                                              Change in accounting policy                       -             -          -             -       (42,654)             -               -     (42,654)




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                                              Effect of foreign currency translation            -             -          -             8              -             -               -            8
                                              Closing net book amount                     77,254      364,282      19,199        21,891             500        1,096          24,523      508,745

                                              At 31 December 2006
                                              - Cost                                            -          610     19,199        54,976               -            3            1,024       75,812
                                              - Valuation                                 77,254      544,608            -             -            500        1,093          37,901      661,356
                                              Accumulated Depreciation                         --    (180,936)           -      (33,085)               -            -        (14,402)    (228,423)
                                              Net book amount                             77,254       364,282     19,199         21,891            500        1,096           24,523      508,745

                                              Year ended 31 December 2007
                                              Opening net book amount                     77,254      364,282      19,199        21,891             500        1,096          24,523      508,745
                                              Additions/Transfers (including from WIP)          -       7,707      10,679         7,201                -            -            722       26,309
                                              Revaluation increments/(decrements)         34,806      (16,328)           -              -              -            -         10,095       28,573
                                              Depreciation expense                              -     (11,104)           -       (5,513)               -            -         (1,112)     (17,729)
                                              Disposals                                         -            -           -         (736)               -        (185)               -        (921)
                                              Effect of foreign currency translation            -            -           -           (32)              -            -               -          (32)
                                              Closing net book amount                    112,060      344,557      29,878        22,811             500           911         34,228      544,945

                                              At 31 December 2007




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                                              - Valuation                                112,060      497,715            -             -            500          908          59,537      670,720




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                                              Accumulated Depreciation                          -    (153,328)           -      (32,129)               -            -        (25,309)    (210,766)




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                                              Net book amount                            112,060       344,557     29,878         22,811            500          911           34,228      544,945
                                      JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
                                      NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                                      FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007




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                                      NOTE 21. PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT (cont’d)
                                                                                                                                               Plant and          Library          Museums
                                      Parent Entity                                        Land            Buildings           WIP            Equipment          Collections        and Art         Infrastructure    Total
                                                                                           $000             $000               $000              $000              $000              $000                $000         $000
                                      At 1 January 2006
                                      - Cost                                                      80             8,955             5,063             50,162            55,034                 3                278      119,575
                                      - Valuation                                             44,010           489,572                  -                 -               500             1,093             34,395      569,570
                                      Accumulated Depreciation                                      -        (155,376)                  -          (28,634)          (12,380)                  -          (12,223)    (208,613)
                                      Net book amount                                         44,090          343,151              5,063            21,528            43,154              1,096            22,450      480,532

                                      Year ended 31 December 2006




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                                      Opening net book amount                                 44,090          343,151              5,063            21,528             43,154             1,096            22,450      480,532
                                      Additions/Transfers (including from WIP)                      -              441            14,136              4,613                  -                 -            1,024        20,214
                                      Revaluation increments/(decrements)                     33,322            31,136                  -                 -                  -                 -            2,028        66,486
                                      Depreciation expense                                          -         (10,469)                  -           (4,830)                  -                 -             (979)     (16,278)
                                      Disposals                                                 (158)              (95)                 -             (178)                  -                 -                 -        (431)
                                      Change in accounting policy                                   -                 -                 -                 -          (42,654)                  -                 -     (42,654)
                                      Closing net book amount                                 77,254          364,164             19,199            21,133                500             1,096            24,523      507,869




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                                      At 31 December 2006
                                      - Cost                                                        -              440            19,199             53,733                  -                3              1,024       74,399
                                      - Valuation                                             77,254           544,608                  -                 -               500             1,093             37,901      661,356
                                      Accumulated Depreciation                                      -        (180,884)                  -          (32,600)                  -                 -          (14,402)    (227,886)
                                      Net book amount                                         77,254          364,164             19,199            21,133                500             1,096            24,523      507,869

                                      Year ended 31 December 2007
                                      Opening net book amount                                77,254           364,164             19,199            21,133                500             1,096            24,523      507,869
                                      Additions/Transfers (including from WIP)                     -             7,707            10,679              6,872                  -                 -               722       25,980
                                      Revaluation increments/(decrements)                    34,806           (16,328)                  -                 -                  -                 -           10,095        28,573
                                      Depreciation expense                                         -          (11,096)                  -           (5,041)                  -                 -           (1,112)     (17,249)
                                      Disposals                                                    -                 -                  -             (660)                  -            (185)                  -        (845)
                                      Closing net book amount                               112,060           344,447             29,878            22,304                500               911            34,228      544,328

                                      At 31 December 2007
                                      - Cost                                                       -                  -           29,878             53,539                  -                3                   -      83,420
                                      - Valuation                                           112,060            497,715                  -                 -               500               908             59,537      670,720
                                      Accumulated Depreciation                                     -         (153,268)                  -          (31,235)                  -                 -          (25,309)    (209,812)
                                      Net book amount                                       112,060           344,447             29,878            22,304                500               911            34,228      544,328

                                      Land with a total value of $2,800,000 (2006: $2,640,000) is subject to a Deed of Grant in Trust (DOGIT), pursuant to S35 of the Land Act 1994. The land is retained by the
                                      Crown, although the economic benefits of this land accrue to the University and the land is administered by the University. The University cannot dispose of the land without
                                      the prior consent of the Governor in Council.
JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 21. PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT (cont’d)

(a) Revaluation of Non-Current Assets
In accordance with the University’s policy on revaluation of assets as set out in Note 1(g), the details of the asset
revaluations are as follows:
                          Full Revaluation         Full Valuation        Interim Revaluation        Interim Valuation
Asset Class                     Date                    Basis                     Date                      Basis
Land                         30.09.2007             Independent
Buildings                    30.09.2007             Independent
Infrastructure               30.09.2007             Independent
Art                          31.12.2003             Independent               30.09.2007               Management
Museum                       31.12.2003             Independent               30.09.2007               Management

Independent valuations of land, buildings and infrastructure assets were performed by Rushton AssetVal Pty Ltd using
'fair value' principles.

The valuation of land was based on current market values. The valuation for buildings and infrastructure assets was
based on the current gross replacement value less accumulated depreciation calculated to reflect the consumed or
expired service potential of the asset.

In the prior year, buildings and infrastructure interim revaluations were based on the Implicit Price Deflator provided by
the Office of Economic and Statistical Research, Queensland Treasury. The interim revaluation of land was based on
an index factor provided by the Department of Natural Resources and Mines.

The independent revaluation of the art collection was conducted by Tonnoirs of Townsville (approved valuer of the
Commonwealth Government's Cultural Gifts program).

The revaluation of the museum collection was undertaken by Management.

                                                            Note        Consolidated                  Parent Entity
                                                                           $000                           $000
                                                                      2007        2006              2007        2006
 (b) Movements - asset revaluation reserve
 Balance at the beginning of the year                                 265,673        209,917        265,673            209,917
 Adjustment for change in accounting policy in
 previous year                                              1(u)              -      (10,730)                -         (10,730)
 Revaluation adjustments:
   Land                                                                34,806         33,322         34,806             33,322
   Buildings                                                          (16,328)        31,136        (16,328)            31,136
   Infrastructure                                                       10,095         2,028          10,095             2,028
 Total increment to asset revaluation reserve                           28,573        55,756          28,573            55,756
 Balance at the end of the year                                       294,246        265,673        294,246            265,673

 NOTE 22. INTANGIBLES

 Software - at cost                                                      8,518         1,478           8,518             1,478
 Accumulated amortisation - software                                    (1,470)       (1,093)         (1,470)           (1,093)
 Licences - at cost                                                         138             -             138                 -
                                                                          7,186           385           7,186               385

 NOTE 23. TRADE AND OTHER PAYABLES

 CURRENT
 Trade creditors                                                         2,617         3,288           2,181             2,788
 OS-HELP Liability to Australian Government                                 42            57              42                57
 Salary and related payables                                               667         2,156             667             2,156
 Accrued expenses and other creditors                                   14,341        10,378          13,593             9,692
                                                                        17,667        15,879          16,483            14,693

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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                                     Consolidated        Parent Entity
                                                                         $000                $000
                                                           Note     2007      2006      2007      2006

NOTE 24. BORROWINGS

CURRENT
  Interest bearing                                         24(a)     1,110      820      1,110        820
Total Current Borrowings                                             1,110      820      1,110        820

NON-CURRENT
  Interest bearing                                         24(a)    24,409   17,373     24,409     17,373
  Non interest bearing                                     24(b)     1,556    3,814      1,556      3,814
Total non current borrowings                                        25,964   21,187     25,964     21,187

(a) Interest bearing liabilities

CURRENT
 Unsecured                                                           1,110      820      1,110        820
NON-CURRENT
 Unsecured                                                          24,408   17,373     24,408     17,373
                                                                    25,518   18,193     25,518     18,193

The interest bearing liabilities represent outstanding loans of $25.511m with the Queensland Treasury
Corporation (QTC). The payout value at 31 December 2007 of the QTC loans outstanding was $24.532m
(2006 - $18.001m). In addition, the University has an approved overdraft facility with QTC of $3 million.

Non-current assets pledged as security for these liabilities: Nil

(b) Non interest bearing liabilities

NON-CURRENT
 Unsecured                                                           1,556    3,814      1,556      3,814
                                                                     1,556    3,814      1,556      3,814

The non interest bearing loan relates to a 30 year loan (with a 10 year moratorium on repayments) from
the Queensland Government ‘s Smart State Research Facility Fund. At 31 December 2007, the fair value
of this loan is $7.814m (2006 - $3.814m).


NOTE 25. PROVISIONS

CURRENT
Employee benefits
      Long service leave                                             1,906    1,795      1,906      1,795
      Annual leave                                                   4,949    4,675      4,949      4,675
                                                                     6,855    6,470      6,855      6,470
NON-CURRENT
Employee benefits
      Long service leave                                            14,893   14,766     14,893     14,766
      Annual leave                                                   1,883    1,606      1,883      1,606
Restoration costs                                                      170      133           -          -
                                                                    16,946   16,505     16,776     16,372

                                                                    23,801   22,975     23,631     22,842

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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                               Consolidated                    Parent Entity
                                                                  $000                             $000
                                                  Note       2007        2006                2007        2006

NOTE 25. PROVISIONS (cont'd)

Provision for employee benefits
A provision has been recognised for employee benefits relating to annual and long service leave. In
calculating the present value of future cash flows in respect of long service leave, the probability of long
service being taken is based on historical data. The measurement and recognition criteria relating to
employee benefits has been included in Note 1 (q).

(a) Movements in provision for restoration costs

Carrying amount at the beginning of the year                     133               88                 -                -
Additional provision recognised                                   43               45                 -                -
Effect of foreign currency translation                            (6)                -                -                -
Carrying amount at the end of the year                           170              133

NOTE 26. OTHER LIABILITIES

CURRENT
Unearned revenue                                              16,843          15,317          13,941             12,825
Funds held in trust                                              414             550             414                550
Unspent financial assistance                                     179             179             179                179
Other liability                                                     -            590                -                 2
Return of DEEWR funding                                        3,528           5,431           3,528              5,431
                                                              20,964          22,067          18,062             18,987

NOTE 27. GENERAL, RESTRICTED AND ACCUMULATED FUNDS

(a) General funds
Balance at the beginning of the year                           6,000          17,726            6,000            17,726

Transfers to and from:
  Net transfers from / (to) accumulated funds                 (4,844)         (3,683)         (4,844)            (3,683)
Adjustment on correction of error in
  previous year                                    1(v)             -         (8,043)               -            (8,043)
Balance at the end of the year                                  1,156           6,000           1,156              6,000

General funds consists of accumulated surplus research and non-research contract and consultancy funds.
These funds are to be used for the purposes for which it was received.

(b) Restricted funds
Balance at the beginning of the year                          20,926          19,941          20,926             19,941

Transfers to and from:
  Net transfers from / (to) accumulated funds                   4,471          1,373            4,471             1,373
Adjustment for correction of error in
  previous year                                    1(v)            -           (388)               -              (388)
Balance at the end of the year                                25,397          20,926          25,397             20,926

Restricted funds comprise bequests and donations where the funds are used for purposes specified by
the donor.


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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                               Consolidated            Parent Entity
                                                                  $000                     $000
                                                             2007        2006         2007       2006

NOTE 27. GENERAL, RESTRICTED AND ACCUMULATED FUNDS (cont'd)

(c) Accumulated funds
Balance at the beginning of the year                         234,779      247,186     234,866     247,761

Profit for the period                                         52,057       16,745      43,932      16,247

Transfers to and from:
  Net transfers from / (to) general funds                       4,844        3,683       4,844       3,683
  Net transfers from / (to) restricted funds                  (4,471)      (1,373)     (4,471)     (1,373)
Reclassification of Funds                                           -            -            -          -
                                                                  373       2,310          373      2,310
Adjustment for change in accounting policy
 and correction of error in previous year        1(u),1(v)          -     (31,452)           -    (31,452)
Adjustment to equity on consolidation                               -          (9)           -           -
Fair value adjustment - loans                                    (69)          (1)           -           -
Balance at the end of the year                               287,140      234,779     279,171     234,866

(d) Foreign currency translation reserve
Balance at the beginning of the year                              (25)        (37)            -          -
Foreign currency exchange difference on translation                27           12            -          -
Balance at the end of the year                                      2         (25)            -          -

(e) Minority interest

Share capital                                                     403         403             -          -

Outside equity interest at the beginning of the year          (1,603)      (2,015)            -          -
Operating result attributable to minority interest             1,273           191            -          -
Adjustment to equity on consolidation                                 -        233            -          -
Foreign currency translation                                        62         (12)           -          -
Fair value adjustment - loans                                     (67)            -           -          -
                                                                (335)      (1,603)            -          -
                                                                                              -          -
Outside equity interest at the end of the year                     68      (1,200)            -          -


NOTE 28. COMMITMENTS FOR EXPENDITURE

Capital expenditure commitments

Contracted but not provided for and payable:
 - not later than one year                                    43,063        9,972      43,063       9,972




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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                               Consolidated               Parent Entity
                                                                   $000                       $000
                                                              2007      2006             2007      2006

NOTE 28. COMMITMENTS FOR EXPENDITURE (cont'd)
Operating lease commitments
Future operating lease rentals of plant and
 equipment not provided for and payable:
 - not later than one year                                        860          584             45          323
 - later than one year and not later than five years              383          417               -         417
                                                                1,243        1,001             45          740

Other contractual commitments

Future contractual commitments not provided
 for and payable:
 - not later than one year                                        565         626           565           626
 - later than one year and not later than five years              887       1,452           887         1,452
                                                                1,452       2,078         1,452         2,078
                                                               45,758      13,051        44,560        12,790


NOTE 29. CONTINGENT LIABILITIES
Rehabilitation expenses
The University had a one third interest in a company which it now controls. In the event that the
company is wound up, there exists an obligation for the company to dismantle a major equipment item
and address any resulting rehabilitation issues, the costs of which would be borne by the University,
with contributions from the other two original shareholders on a diminishing scale. The University’s
share is estimated at $0.234m.
Accident
On 9 January 2006 there was an accident involving a member of staff while working on a University
research facility. The University and a related company responsible for operating the facility have been
issued with a summons and the matter is in progress. The potential financial impacts of this event
cannot be determined at this time.
Loan Guarantee
In 2004 JCU Enterprises Pty Ltd entered into a subscription agreement with PSB Corporation whereby
JCU Enterprises Pty Ltd, backed by James Cook University, shall indemnify PSB Corporation up
to 100% of any liability under the corporate guarantee given by PSB Corporation for loan facilities
procured by PSB Corporation of up to $510,000 as a result of any claim made after 30 November
2004.




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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 30. SEGMENT INFORMATION

The University operates within the higher education sector, primarily within Australia. For the purposes of
segment information reporting, the University’s non-Australian activities have not been separately disclosed as
they are not of material consequence.

NOTE 31. INVESTMENTS IN CONTROLLED ENTITIES

                                              Reporting      Country of        Class of
                                                date       incorporation       shares                       Holding
                                                                                                     2007             2006
                                                                                                      %                %

JCU Enterprises Pty Ltd (formerly
JCU Technologies Pty Ltd)                      31 Dec          Australia        Ordinary             100                  100
                                                                               Limited by
Unicare (NQ) Limited                           31 Dec          Australia       guarantee             100                  100
                                                                               Limited by
UniHealth (NQ) Limited                         31 Dec          Australia       guarantee             100                  100
Australian Tropical Forest Institute
 Pty Ltd (ATFI)                                31 Dec          Australia        Ordinary             100                  100
Australian Canopy Crane Pty Ltd                31 Dec          Australia        Ordinary             100                  100
JCU Uninet Pty Ltd                             31 Dec          Australia        Ordinary             100                  100

The University’s interest in the activities of Unicare (NQ) Limited and UniHealth (NQ) Limited have not been
consolidated in the financial statements as they are immaterial to the University. Those controlled entities had no
known contingent liabilities or commitments of a material nature as at 31 December 2007.

On 1 January 2007, the University purchased JCU Enterprises Pty Ltd’s 100% investment in Uninet Pty Ltd. The
prinicple activity of the company is the research, development, manufacturing, rental and management of beach
enclosure systems in Queensland.

On 29 June 2006 the University acquired 100% equity holding and control of Australian Canopy Crane Pty Ltd.

NOTE 32. INTEREST IN ASSOCIATED ENTITIES

Associated entities incorporated in            Group      Reporting      Amount of            Operating              Net
Australia                                     interest      date        investment          surplus/(loss)         assets
                                                 %                         $000                 $000                $000
                                                2007                   2007    2006         2007     2006       2007     2006

Pacific Waste Technologies Pty Ltd              20.0       31 Dec          2         2           -          3         2         2

Total interest in associated
entities’activities                                                        2         2           -          3         2         2


On 1 January 2007, the University purchased JCU Enterprises Pty Ltd’s 20% investment in Pacific Waste
Technologies Pty Ltd. The principle activity of the company is commercialisation of intellectual property which
relates to environmentally safe toilet units. Refer to note 19(c) for summarised financial information and carrying
amounts of interests in associated entities.




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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 33. RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS

(a) Parent entities
The ultimate parent entity is James Cook University.

(b) Subsidiaries
Interest in subsidiaries are set out in note 31.

(c) Key management personnel
Disclosures relating to responsible officers and executive officers are set out in note 15.

(d) Transactions with related parties
The following transactions occurred with related parties:

                                                                Consolidated                Parent Entity
                                                                    $000                        $000
                                                               2007      2006              2007      2006
Revenue
Donations received from subsidiaries                                   -            -         908             249
Royalties received from subsidiaries                                   -            -       1,017             736
Fees and charges received from subsidiaries in relation
to teaching                                                            -            -          312            337

Expenses
Donation to subsidiary                                               15           15            15            115

(e) Outstanding balances arising from transactions with related parties
The following balances are outstanding at the reporting date in relation to transactions with related
parties:

Current receivables - subsidiaries                                    6             -          927           1,029
Current payables - subsidiaries                                       -             -           11               -

No provision for impairment of trade receivables has been raised in relation to any outstanding
balances, and no expense has been recognised in respect of bad or doubtful debts due from related
parties.

(f) Loans to/from related parties

Loans to subsidiaries
  Beginning of the year                                             120         170            120            170
  Loan repayments received                                        (100)         (50)         (100)            (50)
  Interest charged                                                     1           9              1              9
  Interest received                                                  (1)         (9)            (1)            (9)
  End of year                                                        20         120             20            120

Loans to other related parties
  Beginning of the year                                            218          218           218             218
  End of year                                                      218          218           218             218

A provision for impairment of trade receivables has been raised in relation to the loan due from related
parties. No expense has been recognised in respect of bad or doubtful debts due from related parties
in the current year (2006 - $ Nil).



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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 34. FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT

The economic entity’s financial instruments consist mainly of deposits with banks, short term deposits, interest
bearing securities and liabilities, accounts receivable and payable & non interest bearing securities.

The economic entity’s activities expose it to a variety of financial risks; credit risk, liquidity risk and market risk
(including foreign exchange risk and fair value interest rate risk).

(a) Credit risk
The economic entity has no significant concentrations of credit risk. The maximum exposure to credit risk at balance
date in relation to each class of recognised financial asset is the carrying amount of those assets as indicated in the
financial statements.

The economic entity does not have any material credit risk exposure to any single receivable or group of receivables.

Cash transactions are limited to Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) rated financial institutions.
The economic entity has policies that limit the amount of credit exposure to any one financial institution, according to
the institutions’ ratings

(b) Liquidity risk
The economic entity manages liquidity risk by the application of stringent budget principles, monitoring forecast cash
flows and ensuring that adequate unutilised borrowing facilities are maintained.

(c) Market risk
(i) Foreign exchange risk
The economic entity’s main foreign exchange risk arises from currency exposures to the Singapore dollar, as a result
of related party transactions between the parent entity and a subsidiary. The foreign currency gains and losses
associated with these transactions are contained within the economic entity.

As at 31 December 2007, the translation adjustment of the foreign subsidiary’s net assets to the parent entity’s
functional currency amounted to $1,724 (2006 - ($25,030). The economic entity does not hedge foreign currency
denominated shareholders’ equity as the foreign exchange movements are immaterial.

Foreign exchange exposures relating to receipts from other organisations and purchases from foreign supplier’s are
immaterial and are transacted at the exchange rates prevailing at the date of the transaction.

(ii) Fair value interest rate risk
The economic entity’s interest rate risk arises from interest-bearing assets and long-term borrowings.

Interest-bearing assets
An investment committee meets on a regular basis to evaluate investment management strategies in the context
of the most recent economic conditions and forecasts and to ensure compliance with the parent entity’s investment
policies.

For other entities within the economic entity, the respective boards monitor fair value interest rate risk.

Long-term borrowings
Interest rate risk is managed with a mixture of fixed and floating rate debt. Floating rate debt is primarily used as it
allows the flexibility of excess liquidity to be used to reduce interest bearing debt.

All interest-bearing borrowings are obtained from Queensland Treasury Corporation, which provides cost-effective
financing, as well as independent external advice and management of debt pools.

(iii) Summarised sensitivity analysis
The following table summarises the sensitivity of the economic entity’s financial assets and financial liabilities to
interest rate risk and foreign exchange risk.

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                                         NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                                         FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                         NOTE 34. FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT (cont’d)

                                                                                                      Interest rate risk                  Foreign exchange risk                   Other price risk
                                                                                 Carrying        -1.32%               +1.32%            -12.5%            +12.5%            -1.00%             +1.00%
                                         31 December 2007
                                                                                 Amount      Result    Equity    Result Equity      Result Equity Result Equity         Result Equity Result       Equity
                                                                                  $’000      $’000     $’000     $’000     $’000    $’000    $’000    $’000    $’000    $’000    $’000   $’000      $’000
                                         Financial Assets
                                           Cash and cash equivalents               119,233   (1,574)   (1,574)    1,574    1,574      (10)     (10)      10       10         -        -       -             -
                                           Trade and other receivables               9,832         -         -         -        -    (280)    (280)     280      280         -        -       -             -
                                           Available for sale financial assets      10,436         -         -         -        -        -        -        -        -        -        -       -             -
                                                                                   139,501   (1,574)   (1,574)    1,574    1,574     (290)    (290)     290      290         -        -       -             -
                                         Financial Liabilities
                                           Borrowings                               27,074     (357)    (357)       357      357          -       -       -        -         -        -       -             -
                                           Trade and other payables                 18,252         -        -          -        -      (79)    (79)      79       79         -        -       -             -




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                                                                                    45,326     (357)    (357)       357      357       (79)    (79)      79       79         -        -       -             -

                                          Total increase/(decrease)                184,827   (1,931)   (1,931)    1,931    1,931     (369)    (369)     369      369         -        -       -             -

                                                                                                      Interest rate risk                  Foreign exchange risk                   Other price risk
                                                                                 Carrying        -1.41%               +1.41%            -6.0%             +6.0%             -1.00%             +1.00%
                                         31 December 2006
                                                                                 Amount      Result    Equity    Result Equity      Result Equity Result Equity         Result Equity Result       Equity
                                                                                  $’000      $’000     $’000     $’000     $’000    $’000    $’000    $’000    $’000    $’000    $’000   $’000      $’000
                                         Financial Assets
                                           Cash and cash equivalents                71,852   (1,007)   (1,007)    1,007    1,007        (5)     (5)       5        5         -        -       -             -
                                           Trade and other receivables               9,899         -         -         -        -      (85)    (85)      85       85         -        -       -             -
                                           Available for sale financial assets      12,997         -         -         -        -         -       -        -        -        -        -       -             -
                                           Held to maturity investments              1,767         -         -         -        -         -       -        -        -        -        -       -             -
                                                                                    96,515   (1,007)   (1,007)    1,007    1,007       (90)    (90)      90       90         -        -       -             -
                                         Financial Liabilities
                                           Borrowings                               22,007     (310)    (310)       310      310          -       -       -        -         -        -       -             -
                                           Trade and other payables                 15,879         -        -          -        -      (13)    (13)      13       13         -        -       -             -
                                                                                    37,886     (310)    (310)       310      310       (13)    (13)      13       13         -        -       -             -




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                                          Total increase/(decrease)                134,401   (1,317)   (1,317)    1,317    1,317     (103)    (103)     103      103         -        -       -             -




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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 35. EVENTS OCCURRING AFTER THE BALANCE SHEET DATE

There were no events occurring after the balance sheet date of a material nature.


NOTE 36. RECONCILIATION OF NET CASH INFLOW FROM
OPERATING ACTIVITIES TO OPERATING RESULT

                                                              Consolidated            Parent Entity
                                                                 $000                     $000
                                                            2007        2006        2007        2006

Operating result                                             53,330      16,936     51,603      16,247

Non-cash items

Depreciation and amortisation                                18,107      16,613     17,627      16,426
(Gain) loss on sale of property, plant and equipment             647      (195)         571      (195)
(Gain) loss on disposal of investments                       (4,139)      (855)     (4,139)      (855)
Net gain from change in fair value of financial
  liability - Smart State borrowings                         (3,654)            -   (3,654)             -
Debt forgiveness                                             (2,605)            -   (2,605)             -
Foreign currency translation                                       -           7          -            7
Share of joint venture entity net profit after dividends         32            -          -            -

Changes in assets and liabilities associated with
operating activities:

Decrease/(Increase)     in   receivables                       1,736     (5,805)      1,981     (4,212)
Decrease/(Increase)     in   inventories                         180       (242)        180       (242)
Decrease/(Increase)     in   other assets                        863     (3,391)      1,013     (3,392)
Increase/(Decrease)     in   creditors                           330      6,908       1,041      5,535
Increase/(Decrease)     in   other liabilities               (1,185)      6,761     (1,224)      6,714
Increase/(Decrease)     in   provisions                       1,263       1,494         852        525

Net cash inflow from operating activities                    64,905      38,231     63,246      36,558




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                                         JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
                                         NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                                         FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                         NOTE 37. ACQUITTAL OF AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

                                         DEEWR - CGS and Other DEEWR Grants
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Learning &
                                                                        Commonwealth                 Indigenous                Equity                    Workplace                   Workplace                   Capital              Teaching
                                                                            Grants                     Support              Programmes                    Reform                    Productivity              Development           Performance                   Total
                                                                           Scheme                       Fund                                            Programme                   Programme                      Pool                 Fund
                                                                        2007     2006               2007     2006           2007         2006          2007     2006               2007     2006              2007      2006        2007    2006           2007           2006
                                                                         $000         $000          $000         $000       $000         $000          $000          $000          $000        $000           $000       $000       $000       $000        $000           $000
                                         Financial assistance
                                         received in cash
                                         during the reporting period     76,021       76,682        1,566        1,459       549              628            952          965       1,200       2,300         18,000      8,129      500              -    98,788         90,163
                                         Net accrual adjustment          (1,200)      (1,306)               -           -          -             -             -               -           -          -              -          -          -          -    (1,200)        (1,306)
                                         Revenue for the period          74,821       75,376        1,566        1,459       549              628            952          965       1,200       2,300         18,000      8,129      500              -    97,588         88,857
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  -              -
                                         Surplus/(deficit) from the
                                         previous year                           -           -              -           -    511              422              -               -           -          -        8,774      5,828            -          -     9,285          6,250




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                                         Total revenue including
                                         accrued revenue                 74,821       75,376        1,566        1,459      1,060        1,050               952          965       1,200       2,300         26,774     13,957      500              -   106,873         95,107
                                         Less expenses including
                                         accrued expenses              (74,821)      (75,376)      (1,459)      (1,459)     (582)            (539)       (952)         (965)       (1,200)     (2,300)        (8,434)    (5,183)    (500)             -   (87,948)    (85,822)
                                         Surplus/ (deficit) for
                                         reporting period                        -           -          107             -    478              511              -               -           -          -       18,340      8,774            -          -    18,925          9,285


                                         Higher Education Loan Programmes
                                                                                                   HECS-HELP
                                                                                                 Australian Gov’t                  FEE-HELP                           OS-HELP                             Total
                                                                                                  payments only
                                                                                                 2007      2006              2007                2006              2007            2006          2007             2006
                                                                                                 $000           $000         $000                $000              $000            $000          $000             $000
                                         Financial assistance received in cash
                                         during the reporting period                             34,949          39,603        1,110                 1,231                11              17      36,070           40,851
                                         Net accrual adjustment                                   2,681          (2,120)               434           (410)            (11)                28       3,104           (2,502)
                                         Revenue for the period                                  37,630          37,483        1,544                  821                  -              45      39,174           38,349
                                         Surplus/(deficit) from the previous year                       -               -                -               -                 -               -              -              -




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                                         Total revenue including accrued revenue               37,630             37,483        1,544                  821                 -            45         39,174           38,349




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                                         Less expenses including accrued expenses            (37,630)           (37,483)      (1,544)                (821)                 -          (45)       (39,174)         (38,349)




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                                         Surplus/ (deficit) for reporting period                    -                  -            -                    -                 -             -              -                -
                                      JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
                                      NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                                      FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007




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                                      NOTE 37. ACQUITTAL OF AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (cont’d)
                                                                                                        International
                                      Scholarships                                 Australian           Postgraduate         Commonwealth          Commonwealth           Indigenous
                                                                                  Postgraduate            Research           Education Cost        Accommodation             Staff
                                                                                     Awards             Scholarships          Scholarships          Scholarships         Scholarships               Total
                                                                                 2007       2006       2007       2006       2007      2006        2007      2006       2007       2006      2007           2006
                                                                                 $000       $000       $000       $000       $000      $000        $000      $000       $000       $000      $000           $000
                                      Financial assistance received in cash
                                      during the reporting period                 1,298      1,322        241        357      1,107         751     2,260      1,527       (11)        33     4,895          3,990
                                      Net accrual adjustment                           -          -          -          -          -           -         -          -         -          -         -              -




JAMe S Co o k un I v e rS It y
                                      Revenue for the period                      1,298      1,322        241        357      1,107         751     2,260      1,527       (11)        33     4,895          3,990

                                      Surplus/(deficit) from the previous year       (20)         36     (177)      (185)       230           18       400         84       11           -       444            (47)
                                      Total revenue including accrued revenue      1,278      1,358         64        172     1,337          769     2,660      1,611        -         33      5,339          3,943
                                      Less expenses including accrued expenses   (1,238)    (1,378)       (64)      (349)     (729)        (539)   (1,523)    (1,211)        -       (22)    (3,554)        (3,477)
                                      Surplus/ (deficit) for reporting period         40        (20)         -      (177)       608         230     1,137         400        -        11      1,785             466




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                                      DEEWR Research                               Institutional          Research              Systemic               Research            Regional
                                                                                      Grants              Training            Infrastructure        Infrastructure        Protection
                                                                                     Scheme               Scheme                 Initiative          Block Grants          Scheme
                                                                                 2007        2006      2007      2006        2007         2006     2007        2006     2007       2006
                                                                                 $000        $000      $000      $000        $000         $000     $000        $000     $000       $000
                                      Financial assistance received in cash
                                      during the reporting period                 3,977      3,938      8,483      8,502           -        500     1,745      1,853      373        370
                                      Net accrual adjustment                           -          -          -          -          -           -         -          -        -          -
                                      Revenue for the period                      3,977      3,938      8,483      8,502           -        500     1,745      1,853      373        370

                                      Surplus/(deficit) from the previous year          -          -          -          -       914       2,762       425        233         -          -
                                      Total revenue including accrued revenue      3,977      3,938      8,483      8,502        914       3,262     2,170      2,086      373        370
                                      Less expenses including accrued expenses   (3,977)    (3,938)    (8,483)    (8,502)      (574)     (2,348)   (2,098)    (1,661)    (373)      (370)
                                      Surplus/ (deficit) for reporting period          -          -          -          -       340          914        72        425        -          -
                                              JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
                                              NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                                              FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                              NOTES 37. ACQUITTAL OF AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (cont’d)

                                              DEEWR Research (continued)                 Commercialisation          Aust Scheme for        Implementation
                                                                                              Training              Higher Education          Assistance                Total
                                                                                              Scheme                  Repositories             Scheme
                                                                                          2007        2006          2007       2006        2007       2006       2007           2006
                                                                                          $000        $000          $000       $000        $000       $000       $000           $000
                                              Financial assistance received in cash
                                              during the reporting period                       69              -      105             -       49            -    14,801         15,163
                                              Net accrual adjustment                              -             -         -            -         -           -          -              -
                                              Revenue for the period                            69              -      105             -       49            -    14,801         15,163

                                              Surplus/(deficit) from the previous year           -              -         -            -         -           -      1,339          2,995
                                              Total revenue including accrued revenue          69               -      105             -       49            -     16,140         18,158
                                              Less expenses including accrued expenses       (34)               -         -            -         -           -   (15,539)       (16,819)
                                              Surplus/ (deficit) for reporting period         35                -      105             -       49            -        601          1,339

                                              Australian Research Council Grants                                                             Indigenous




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                                              (a) Discovery                                   Projects                Fellowships            Researchers                Total
                                                                                                                                            Development
                                                                                         2007         2006          2007       2006        2007      2006        2007           2006
                                                                                         $000         $000          $000       $000        $000      $000        $000           $000
                                              Financial assistance received in cash
                                              during the reporting period                  1,670          1,613        161          316          -           -     1,831          1,930
                                              Transfers/return of grant                       44           (436)          -            -         -           -        44           (436)
                                              Net accrual adjustment                          56            229        150            5          -           -       206            234
                                              Revenue for the period                       1,770          1,407        311          321          -           -     2,081          1,728

                                              Surplus/(deficit) from the previous year           -              -          -          -          -           -           -              -
                                              Total revenue including accrued revenue       1,770          1,407        311        321           -           -      2,081          1,728
                                              Less expenses including accrued expenses    (1,770)        (1,407)      (311)      (321)           -           -    (2,081)        (1,728)
                                              Surplus/ (deficit) for reporting period           -              -          -          -           -           -          -              0

                                              ARC carry forward request




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                                              Prior reporting period                         593            822        227          232          -           -       820          1,054




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                                              Current reporting period                       537            593         77          227          -           -       614            820




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                                              Net accrual adjustment                          56            229        150            5          -           -       206            234
                                      JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
                                      NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                                      FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007




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                                      NOTE 37. ACQUITTAL OF AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (cont’d).
                                                                                                                                                            Special
                                      Australian Research Council Grants         Infrastructure          International            Projects                 Research                  Total
                                      (b) Linkages                                                                                                        Initiatives
                                                                                 2007       2006        2007       2006       2007           2006       2007       2006       2007           2006
                                                                                 $000       $000        $000       $000       $000           $000       $000       $000       $000           $000
                                      Financial assistance received in cash
                                      during the reporting period                  150        150              -          -      606            699          -            -     756            849
                                      Transfers/return of grant                       -        (1)             -          -        (7)          (66)         -            -      (7)           (67)
                                      Net accrual adjustment                       137         53              -          -      (66)            (5)         -            -      71             48
                                      Revenue for the period                       287        202              -          -      533            628          -            -     820            830




JAMe S Co o k un I v e rS It y
                                      Surplus/(deficit) from the previous year         -          -            -          -          -              -        -            -         -              -
                                      Total revenue including accrued revenue       287        202             -          -       533            628         -            -      820            830
                                      Less expenses including accrued expenses    (287)      (202)             -          -     (533)          (628)                      -    (820)          (830)
                                      Surplus/ (deficit) for reporting period         -          -             -          -         -              -         -            -        -              -

                                      ARC carry forward request




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                                      Prior reporting period                       137        190              -          -      350            346          -            -     487            536
                                      Current reporting period                        -       137              -          -      416            351          -            -     416            488
                                      Net accrual adjustment                       137         53              -          -      (66)            (5)         -            -      71             48

                                      Australian Research Council Grants
                                      (c) Networks and Centres                      Research                Centres                  Total
                                                                                   Networks
                                                                                 2007      2006         2007       2006       2007           2006
                                                                                 $000      $000         $000       $000       $000           $000
                                      Financial assistance received in cash
                                      during the reporting period                       -           -    2,548       3,722     2,548           3,722
                                      Net accrual adjustment                            -         13      (144)    (1,671)      (144)        (1,658)
                                      Revenue for the period                            -         13     2,404      2,052      2,404          2,065

                                      Surplus/(deficit) from the previous year                    -                       -          -              -
                                      Total revenue including accrued revenue           -       13        2,404      2,052      2,404          2,065
                                      Less expenses including accrued expenses                (13)      (2,404)    (2,052)    (2,404)        (2,065)
                                      Surplus/ (deficit) for reporting period           -        -            -          -          -              -

                                      ARC carry forward request
                                      Prior reporting period                            -         13     1,662          (8)    1,662               5
                                      Current reporting period                          -           -    1,806       1,663     1,806           1,663
                                      Net accrual adjustment                            -         13     (144)     (1,671)     (144)         (1,658)
JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

NOTE 38. RESEARCH INCOME PURSUANT TO HIGHER EDUCATION RESEARCH DATA COLLECTION

                                                                    Parent Entity
                                                                        $000
                                                                  2007          2006

National competitive grants                                        12,486           9,285
Other public sector research funding                                5,134           5,654
Industrial and other funding for research                           5,111           4,169
This information is presented for the purpose of the 2007 Higher Education Financial and Publications
Research Data Collection, required by DEEWR.

NOTE 39. RESTATEMENT OF COMPARATIVES

Below are the adjustments made to the 2006 comparatives resulting from the retrospective application of a new
accounting policy (refer to note 1(u) for details) and the retrospective correction of prior period errors (refer to
note 1(v) for details).

                                               Consolidated                                 Parent Entity
                                  Previously                                  Previously
                                    Stated      Adjustment      Restated        Stated       Adjustment        Restated
                                     2006          2006          2006            2006           2006            2006
                                     $000          $000          $000            $000           $000            $000
Balance Sheet
Property, plant and equipment        551,399       (42,654)       508,745        550,523         (42,654)            507,869
Other liabilities                     10,505        11,562         22,067          7,425          11,562              18,987

Parent entity interest
 Restricted funds                     21,314          (388)        20,926         21,314            (388)             20,926
 General funds                        17,174       (11,174)         6,000         17,174         (11,174)              6,000
 Asset revaluation reserve           276,403       (10,730)       265,673        276,403         (10,730)            265,673
 Accumulated funds                   266,703       (31,924)       234,779        266,790         (31,924)            234,866

Income Statement
Australian Government grants         114,053        (1,375)       112,678        114,053           (1,375)           112,678
Other Australian Government
grants                                 7,288              187       7,475           7,288             187              7,475
Queensland Government
financial assistance                   2,489              409       2,898          2,489              409              2,898
Fees and charges                      44,908               16      44,924         37,890               16             37,906
Contract research and
consultancy                           21,216        (2,350)        18,866         21,166           (2,350)            18,816
Other revenue                          4,331            (18)        4,313          3,917               (18)            3,899
Depreciation and amortisation         20,035        (3,422)        16,613         19,848           (3,422)            16,426
Other expenses                        61,569         3,894         65,463         57,600            3,894             61,494




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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY
MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE

We have prepared the annual financial statements pursuant to the provisions of the Financial Administration
and Audit Act 1977 and other prescribed requirements and we certify that -

(a) the financial statements are in agreement with the accounts and records of James Cook University; and

(b) in our opinion -

    (i)   the prescribed requirements in respect of the establishment and keeping of accounts have been
          complied with in all material respects;

    (ii) the financial statements have been drawn up to present a true and fair view of the transactions of
         James Cook University for the period 1 January 2007 to 31 December 2007, and of the financial
         position as at 31 December 2007 in accordance with prescribed accounting standards and conform
         with the Guidelines for the Preparation of Annual Financial Statements issued by the Department of
         Education, Employment and Workplace Relations;
    (iii) at the time of this Certificate there are reasonable grounds to believe that the University will be able to
          pay its debts as and when they fall due;

    (iv) the amount of Australian Government financial assistance expended during the year was for the
         purpose(s) for which it was intended and James Cook University has complied with applicable
         legislation, contracts, agreements and programme guidelines in making expenditure.




J.C. Grey AC                                               S.L. Harding
Chancellor                                                 Vice-Chancellor

Date                                                       Date




                                                           P.C. Brand
                                                           Executive Director,
                                                           Finance and Resource Planning

                                                           Date




    60    »   JAMe S Co o k un I v e rS It y
INDEPENDENT AUDIT REPORT
TO THE COUNCIL OF
JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY

Scope
The Financial Report
The financial report of James Cook University include the consolidated financial statements of the consolidated
entity comprising James Cook University and the entities it controlled at the end of the year or from time to time
during the year. The financial report consists of the income statement, balance sheet, statement of changes
in equity, statement of cash flows, notes to and forming part of the financial statements and certificates given
by the Council and officer responsible for the financial administration of James Cook University, for the year
ended 31 December 2007.
The Council’s Responsibility
The Council is responsible for the preparation and true and fair presentation of the financial report, the
maintenance of adequate accounting records and internal controls that are designed to prevent and detect
fraud and error and for the accounting policies and accounting estimates inherent in the financial report.
Audit Approach
As required by law, an independent audit was conducted in accordance with QAO Auditing Standards to enable
me to provide an independent opinion whether in all material respects the financial report is presented fairly,
in accordance with the prescribed requirements, including any mandatory financial reporting requirements as
approved by the Treasurer for application in Queensland.
Audit procedures included –

      in the financial report;

      of significant accounting estimates made by the Council;

      audit; and



Independence
The Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977 promotes the independence of the Auditor-General and QAO
authorised auditors.
The Auditor-General is the auditor of all public sector entities and can only be removed by Parliament.
The Auditor-General may conduct an audit in any way considered appropriate and is not subject to direction
by any person about the way in which powers are to be exercised.
The Auditor-General has for the purposes of conducting an audit, access to all documents and property and
can report to Parliament matters which in the Auditor-General’s opinion are significant.
Audit Opinion
In accordance with section 46G of the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977 –
(a)   I have received all the information and explanations which I have required; and
(b)   in my opinion -
      (i)   the prescribed requirements in respect of the establishment and keeping of accounts have been
            complied with in all material respects; and
      (ii)  the statements have been drawn up so as to present a true and fair view, in
            accordance with the prescribed accounting standards of the transactions of the James
            Cook University and the consolidated entity for the financial year 1 January 2007 to
            31 December 2007 and of the financial position as at the end of that year.




J. Zabala                                                                        Moore Stephens Queensland
                                                                                 Townsville


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                                                                       2 0 0 7 A n n uA l r e p o rt: pA rt 2   «   6
      overSeAS trAvel


     faCulty of aRts,                   David Cottrell, lecturer          peter Jones, lecturer             Anne Swinbourne, lecturer
     eduCatIon and soCIal               09 Jun 2007 - 8 Jun 2007         0 Dec 2007 - 08 Dec 2007         06 Jun 2007 - 0 Jul 2007
     sCIenCes                           Attend seminar, uSA               Attend conference, Attend         present paper, Deliver lecture,
                                        Approx: $,600                    meeting, Singapore                uk
                                                                          Approx: $4,500                    Attend conference, Canada
     Janet Greeley, pro-vice-Chan-      Garry Coventry, Senior lecturer                                     Collaborate with colleagues,
     cellor                             - Criminology                     barbara kennedy, Senior           Hong kong, uk, uSA
     3 May 2007 - 6 May 2007          03 nov 2007 - 24 nov 2007         lecturer
                                                                                                            undertake research, uk
     Collaborate with colleagues,       Attend conference, Attend meet-   08 Mar 2007 - 8 Mar 2007
                                                                          undertake teaching, Singapore     other, Hong kong
     Singapore                          ing, undertake research, uSA
     Approx: $6,00                     Approx: $3,500                    Approx: $2,900                    Approx: $,400
                                                                                                            06 Jun 2007 - 29 Jun 2007
     John o’reilly, Computing           Glenn Dawes, Associate            Surin Maisrikrod, Senior          Attend conference, Canada
     officer                            professor                         lecturer                          Approx: $,400
     04 Jan 2007 - 6 Jan 2007          02 Dec 2007 - 08 Dec 2007         4 Dec 2007 - 23 Jan 2008
     Attend conference, Collaborate     Attend conference, new            undertake research, thailand      roger Wilkinson, lecturer
     with colleagues, uSA               Zealand                           Approx: $3,000                    03 Dec 2007 - 08 Dec 2007
     Approx: $5,900                     Approx: $3,500                                                      present paper, Attend confer-
                                                                          Christopher Mann, Senior          ence, new Zealand
     School of Education                Wendy earles, Senior lecturer     lecturer
                                                                                                            Approx: $2,500
                                        3 oct 2007 - 2 oct 2007         25 nov 2007 - 7 Dec 2007
     karen Walker, lecturer             present paper, Attend meeting,    other, new Caledonia
     08 Jan 2007 - 5 Jan 2007                                            Approx: $2,000                    Michael Wood, Senior lecturer
                                        philippines
     Conduct workshops, Singapore                                                                           04 Aug 2007 - 06 Sep 2007
                                        Approx: $2,600
     Approx: $,900                                                       Anthony McMahon, Associate        SSp, netherlands, belgium,
                                        3 oct 2007 - 2 oct 2007
                                        Attend conference, Attend         professor                         Germany, France
     neil Anderson, Associate           meeting, philippines              4 May 2007 - 2 Jun 2007         Approx: $5,00
     professor                          Approx: $2,600                    SSp, uk
     0 Mar 2007 - 2 Mar 2007                                            Approx: $3,900                    School of education
     Collaborate with colleagues,       larry Fiddick, lecturer                                             nola Alloway, Head of School
     other, Singapore                   02 Feb 2007 - 28 Feb 2007         John prescott, Associate          3 May 2007 - 6 May 2007
     Approx: $3,700                     present paper, Italy              professor                         Collaborate with colleagues,
                                        Attend conference, Italy          23 Apr 2007 - 02 May 2007
                                                                                                            Singapore
     Sue McGinty,                       undertake research, other,        present paper, Attend confer-
                                                                          ence, uSA                         Approx: $6,000
     Associate professor                Singapore
     24 Jul 2007 - 27 Jul 2007                                            Approx: $2,400
                                        Approx: $6,900                                                      neil Anderson, professor
     present paper, Attend confer-                                        4 May 2007 - 7 Mar 2007
                                        9 Apr 2007 - 27 Apr 2007                                           06 Jul 2007 - 7 Jul 2007
     ence, Malaysia                                                       Attend meeting, new Zealand
                                        undertake research, undertake
     Approx: $,900                                                       Approx: $0                        Attend conference, Hong kong
                                        teaching, Singapore
                                                                          07 May 2007 -  May 2007         other, Singapore
                                        Approx: $3,000
     eldert Amse, technical Support                                       undertake teaching, Singapore     Approx: $3,800
                                        20 May 2007 - 3 Jun 2007
     officer                                                              Approx: $2,000                    8 oct 2007 - 04 nov 2007
                                        present paper, Attend confer-
     7 Jan 2007 - 05 Feb 2007                                             Aug 2007 - 22 Aug 2007         present paper, Scotland
                                        ence, undertake research, uSA
     other, thailand                                                      SSp, uk, uSA                      Attend conference, Collaborate
                                        Approx: $5,800                    Approx: $3,800
     Approx: $3,300                                                                                         with colleagues, uk
                                        02 Dec 2007 - 3 May 2008         8 nov 2007 - 30 nov 2007
                                        SSp, Germany                      SSp, uk, uSA                      Approx: $9,00
     Agnes Au, lecturer
     03 Mar 2007 - 08 Jul 2007          Collaborate with colleagues,      Approx: $3,000                    5 Dec 2007 - 25 Dec 2007
     SSp, China                         Canada, Singapore                                                   Collaborate with colleagues,
     Approx: $5,000                     Approx: $3,300                    Frances Quirk, Senior lecturer-   new Zealand
                                                                          Health psychology                 Approx: $,00
     Claire brennan, lecturer           Greta Galloway, Senior lecturer   08 Mar 2007 - 3 Mar 2007         08 Mar 2007 - 2 Mar 2007
     9 nov 2007 - 03 Jan 2008          03 Jul 2007 - 4 Jul 2007         undertake teaching, Singapore     present paper, Austria
     present paper, Attend confer-      Attend conference, uk             Approx: $,700                    Collaborate with colleagues,
     ence, Collaborate with col-        Approx: $4,200
                                                                                                            Austria
     leagues, undertake research,                                         peter raggatt, Senior lecturer    other, Singapore
     new Zealand                        Deborah Graham, Associate         5 Jun 2007 - 27 Jun 2007
                                        Dean Graduate res Studies                                           Approx: $7,900
     Approx: $2,700                                                       present paper, Attend confer-
                                        04 nov 2007 - 07 nov 2007         ence, Attend meeting, Canada
     nigel Chang, lecturer              Attend meeting, uk                Approx: $3,600                    peter boman, Sen lect/ Assoc
     26 May 2007 - 5 Jun 2007          Approx: $,700                    05 Sep 2007 - 3 oct 2007         Dean research
     Attend seminar, Collaborate                                          SSp, united States, united        26 May 2007 - 3 May 2007
     with colleagues, undertake         Desley Harvey, lecturer           kingdom, portugal                 Attend conference, Singapore
     research, thailand                 07 Jun 2007 - 7 Jun 2007         Approx: $5,600                    Approx: $2,500
     Approx: $2,900                     Attend conference, Canada         03 Sep 2007 - 3 oct 2007
     26 May 2007 - 5 Jun 2007          Approx: $5,000                    SSp, uSA, Spain                   Helen boon, lecturer
     Attend conference, Collaborate                                       Approx: $5,400                    0 May 2007 -  May 2007
     with colleagues, other, thailand   edward Helmes, professor                                            undertake teaching, Singapore
     Approx: $2,900                     6 nov 2007 - 04 Dec 2007         lindsay Simpson, lecturer         Approx: $2,500
     02 Dec 2007 - 9 Feb 2008          present paper, Attend confer-     7 Sep 2007 - 20 nov 2007
     undertake research, thailand       ence, uSA                         SSp, uS, uk, France
     Approx: $3,900                     Approx: $2,800                    Approx: $4,900                    tim Corcoran, Adjunct lecturer
     07 nov 2007 - 8 nov 2007                                                                              4 May 2007 - 2 May 2007
     undertake research, thailand       todd Jackson, Sen lecturer        Michele Surbey, Senior lecturer   undertake teaching, Singapore
     Approx: $500                       - Clinical psychology             2 Dec 2007 - 24 Jan 2008         Approx: $2,500
     02 Dec 2007 - 8 Feb 2009          5 Aug 2007 - 2 Sep 2007         Collaborate with colleagues,      04 Aug 2007 - 3 Aug 2007
     undertake research, thailand       Attend conference, uSA            other, Canada                     undertake teaching, Singapore
     Approx: $3,700                     Approx: $3,000                    Approx: $0                        Approx: $3,500




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leanne Dalley-trim, Senior         lyn Courtney, research officer,     Ian burnett, lecturer             George nicopoulos, Manager
lecturer                           Casual Counsellor, Casual           7 May 2007 - 28 May 2007         MbA program
25 Mar 2007 - 06 Apr 2007          teaching                            undertake teaching, China         3 Aug 2007 - 09 Sep 2007
Attend conference, undertake       09 Jul 2007 - 7 Jul 2007           Approx: $3,700                    other, China
research, uk                       undertake teaching, Singapore                                         Approx: $3,600
Approx: $7,900                     Approx: $2,700                      Sue Ciccotosto, lecturer
                                                                       20 Apr 2007 - 0 May 2007         brendan o’Connell, professor
paul pagliano, Associate           School of Indigenous Austra-        present paper, Attend confer-     25 Apr 2007 - 07 May 2007
professor                          lian Studies                        ence, portugal                    Market university, India
20 May 2007 - 30 May 2007                                              Approx: $2,000                    Approx: $7,200
Deliver keynote address, pres-     yvonne Cadet-James, Head of                                           06 Jul 2007 -  Jul 2007
ent paper, Attend conference,                                          Ali Coghlan, research Worker      present paper, new Zealand
                                   School
Attend seminar, Collaborate                                            0 Sep 2007 - 6 Sep 2007         Approx: $3,300
                                   2 oct 2007 - 2 oct 2007
with colleagues, Canada                                                present paper, Attend confer-     08 Aug 2007 - 4 Aug 2007
                                   present paper, Attend confer-
Approx: $3,900                                                         ence, Collaborate with col-       present paper, uS and Canada
                                   ence, new Zealand                                                     Approx: $9,500
4 Sep 2007 - 9 oct 2007                                              leagues, undertake research,
SSp, uSA, Canada, Finland,         Approx: $4,300
                                                                       new Zealand
uk, norway                                                             Approx: $3,000                    philip pearce, Foundation
Deliver keynote address,           komla tsey, Ass prof and                                              professor of tourism
Canada, uk                         nHMrC principal res Felw                                              28 Apr 2007 - 23 May 2007
                                                                       Chris Durden, Senior lecturer
Deliver lecture, Finland, norway   3 Jul 2007 - 07 Aug 2007           07 Jul 2007 - 5 Jul 2007         present paper, Attend confer-
Attend conference, Canada, uk      present paper, South Africa         present paper, Attend confer-     ence, Collaborate with col-
Collaborate with colleagues,       Approx: $2,900                      ence, Collaborate with col-       leagues, undertake teaching,
uSA, Canada, Finland, uk,                                              leagues, new Zealand              Market university, Italy, Israel,
norway                             faCulty of                          Approx: $2,500                    turkey
Conduct workshops, Canada,         law, BusIness and                                                     Approx: $8,600
uk                                 CReatIVe aRts                       John Hamilton, Senior lecturer    08 oct 2007 -  oct 2007
Approx: $4,700                                                         23 May 2007 - 28 May 2007         Attend meeting, Collaborate
0 Dec 2007 - 0 Dec 2007          robin Woellner, executive Dean                                        with colleagues, Hong kong
                                                                       present paper,
undertake teaching, Singapore      20 Apr 2007 - 28 Apr 2007                                             Approx: $2,300
                                                                       Attend conference, uSA
Approx: $3,00                     Attend conference, Attend           Approx: $4,400                    26 nov 2007 - 06 Dec 2007
                                   meeting, uSA                        6 nov 2007 - 23 nov 2007         Attend meeting, Singapore
reesa Sorin, Senior lecturer       Approx: $,900                     present paper, Attend confer-     Approx: $2,200
23 Jun 2007 - 28 Jun 2007                                              ence,                             25 nov 2007 - 02 Dec 2007
present paper, Canada              School of Business                                                    Collaborate with colleagues,
                                                                       Chair meeting, uSA
Approx: $2,00                                                                                           undertake research, Conduct
                                                                       Approx: $4,700
23 Jun 2007 - 28 Jun 2007          Stewart Alison, Adjunct Associ-                                       workshops, Market university,
                                                                       30 nov 2007 - 07 Dec 2007
present paper, Canada              ate professor                                                         thailand
                                                                       present paper, Attend confer-
Approx: $2,600                     27 Dec 2007 - 29 Jan 2008                                             Approx: $5,00
                                                                       ence, Chair meeting, taiwan
                                   undertake teaching, China           Approx: $4,800
pauline taylor, lecturer           Approx: $6,00                                                        bruce prideaux, professor
23 Mar 2007 - 0 Apr 2007                                                                                - Marketing and tourism
undertake teaching, Singapore                                          rupert Holzapfel, Senior
                                                                                                         27 May 2007 -  Jun 2007
                                   Frank bartels, Adjunct Associ-      lecturer
Approx: $2,800                                                                                           Deliver lecture, Collaborate
0 Jul 2007 - 9 Jul 2007          ate professor                       07 Jul 2007 - 4 Jul 2007         with colleagues, undertake
Attend conference, Hong kong       8 Jul 2007 - 8 Jul 2007           present paper, Attend confer-     research, brazil
Approx: $4,400                     undertake teaching, townsville      ence, Collaborate with col-       Approx: $5,800
                                   (travelling from Austria)           leagues, China
Stephen tobias, Senior lecturer    Approx: $4,000                      Approx: $3,00                    Murray prideaux, lecturer
25 Aug 2007 - 5 Sep 2007          3 Aug 2007 - 07 Aug 2007                                             0 Aug 2007 - 3 Aug 2007
Attend conference, uk              undertake teaching, townsville      Audrey Milton, Senior lecturer    present paper, Attend confer-
Approx: $3,00                     (travelling from Austria)           05 Aug 2007 - 2 Aug 2007         ence,
                                   Approx: $4,200                      Collaborate with colleagues,      undertake study, Market univer-
Malcolm vick, Associate                                                undertake research, France        sity, Malaysia
professor                          rabiul beg, Senior lecturer         Approx: $4,700                    Approx: $2,600
9 Jul 2007 - 30 Jul 2007          5 Aug 2007 - 0 Feb 2008           3 Sep 2007 - 9 Sep 2007         30 Jun 2007 -  Jul 2007
Attend conference, Germany         SSp, rajshahi university,           other, Singapore, China           present paper,
Approx: $6,500                     bangladesh                          Approx: $4,700                    Attend conference, undertake
                                                                       6 nov 2007 - 0 Jan 2008         research, Market university,
                                   Approx: $6,600
Fiona Walls, Senior lecturer                                           Collaborate with colleagues,      Malaysia
27 Jan 2007 - 03 Feb 2007                                              undertake research, France        Approx: $3,200
                                   pierre benckendorff, lecturer
undertake research, new                                                Approx: $8,300                    30 Aug 2007 -  Sep 2007
                                    Jun 2007 - 28 Jun 2007
Zealand                                                                                                  Attend meeting,
                                   present paper, Attend confer-       Gianna Moscardo, Assoc pro-
Approx: $3,300                                                                                           undertake research, Market
                                   ence, Collaborate with col-         fessor - business Studies         university, India
Geoff Ward, Senior lecturer        leagues, undertake research,         Jan 2007 - 22 Feb 2007         Approx: $7,300
2 Sep 2007 - 30 Sep 2007          uSA                                 SSp, uSA, england, South          03 nov 2007 - 7 nov 2007
Market university, Canada          Approx: $8,00                      Africa                            Attend meeting, Collaborate
Approx: $6,900                                                         Approx: $5,000                    with colleagues, Market univer-
                                   Alastair birtles, Senior lecturer   5 Jun 2007 - 24 Jul 2007         sity, Germany
Susan McIntyre-tamwoy, re-         27 nov 2007 - 5 Jan 2008           Deliver keynote address,          Approx: $5,400
search Fellow, Adjunct Senior      Deliver lecture, Attend             Canada
research Fellow                    conference, Attend meeting,         present paper, Deliver lecture,   noel richards, Head of School
03 oct 2007 - 3 oct 2007          Collaborate with colleagues,        undertake research, uSA           20 Jun 2007 - 27 Jun 2007
present paper, Collaborate with    undertake research, South           Attend conference, Collaborate    Attend meeting and relocation
colleagues, South Africa           Africa, Mozambique, uk              with colleagues, uSA & Canada     costs, Singapore
Approx: $2,700                     Approx: $4,400                      Approx: $8,300                   Approx: $,200




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     David Smorfitt, Senior lecturer   faCulty of medICIne,              09 Sep 2007 - 20 Sep 2007        Darryl Hawkins, lecturer
     07 Jun 2007 - 9 Aug 2007         health and moleCulaR              present paper, Attend confer-    05 nov 2007 - 3 Dec 2007
     Deliver lecture, China            sCIenCes                          ence, uSA                        undertake research, other,
     Approx: $3,500                                                      Approx: $5,400                   nepal
                                       Stephanie De la rue, re-                                           Approx: $3,700
     Carmel Store, Manager, exter-     search Co-ordinator               School of public Health ,
     nal programs                      2 oct 2007 - 02 nov 2007         Tropical Medicine and Reha-      Jenni Judd, research Fellow
                                       Attend conference, uSA            bilitation Sciences              2 oct 2007 - 9 oct 2007
     3 Sep 2007 - 2 Sep 2007
                                       Collaborate with colleagues,                                       Attend conference, other, new
     other, Singapore, China           uSA                               robyn Adams, lecturer            Zealand
     Approx: $5,000                    Approx: $6,500                                                     Approx: $3,500
                                                                         4 Apr 2007 - 8 Apr 2007
                                       Jacinta elston, Associate         Attend meeting, Collaborate      peter leggat, professor
     Heather Zeppel, Senior lecturer   professor                         with colleagues, new Zealand     3 Feb 2007 - 7 Feb 2007
      Sep 2007 - 6 Sep 2007         29 Jan 2007 - 02 Feb 2007         Approx: $2,600                   Attend meeting, Indonesia
     present paper, Attend confer-     Collaborate with colleagues,                                       Approx: $2,300
     ence, Collaborate with col-       new Zealand                       Anne bent, lecturer-physio-      3 Jan 2007 - 05 Feb 2007
     leagues, new Zealand              Approx: $3,000                    therapy                          Attend conference, Attend
     Approx: $2,000                    04 May 2007 - 3 May 2007         2 Apr 2007 - 8 Apr 2007        meeting, thailand
                                       Chair meeting, Collaborate with   Attend meeting, Collaborate      other, thailand
                                       colleagues, uSA                   with colleagues, new Zealand     Approx: $0
     Zhang-yue Zhou, Assoc profes-
                                       Approx: $4,900                    Approx: $2,600                   03 Mar 2007 - 09 Mar 2007
     sor - business Studies
                                       0 oct 2007 - 2 oct 2007                                          present paper, Chair meeting,
     03 May 2007 - 9 May 2007         present paper, Attend confer-     Deon Canyon, Senior lecturer     Attend meeting, Collaborate
     undertake research, other,        ence, Attend seminar, Chair       04 nov 2007 - 06 Jan 2008        with colleagues, Conduct work-
     China                             meeting, Attend meeting, Col-     Collaborate with colleagues,     shops, new Zealand
     Approx: $3,700                    laborate with colleagues, new     undertake research, undertake    Approx: $0
     08 nov 2007 - 22 nov 2007         Zealand                           teaching, uSA
                                                                                                          8 Mar 2007 - 30 Mar 2007
     present paper, China              Approx: $7,000                    Approx: $0,400
                                                                                                          Deliver keynote address, Attend
     Attend conference, China                                                                             conference, Chair meeting,
                                       Sandra Hurlock, Faculty Stu-      peter D’Abbs, Associate
     undertake research, China                                                                            Collaborate with colleagues,
                                       dent officer                      professor
     Approx: $3,300                                                      02 Jun 2007 -  Jun 2007        Malaysia
                                       09 Mar 2007 - 20 Feb 2007                                          Approx: $0
                                       Market university, Singapore      present paper, Attend confer-
     School of Creative Arts                                             ence, Hungary                    2 May 2007 - 27 May 2007
                                       Approx: $3,900                                                    Deliver keynote address, pres-
                                       25 oct 2007 - 29 oct 2007         Approx: $3,900
     Diana Davis, professor                                                                               ent paper, Attend conference,
                                       Market university, Malaysia
     6 Jul 2007 - 3 Jul 2007                                           Sue Devine, lecturer             Chair meeting, uSA, Canada
                                       Approx: $9,00
     present paper, Germany                                              0 Jun 2007 - 27 Jun 2007        Approx: $2,900
                                                                         present paper, Attend confer-    30 Apr 2007 - 0 May 2007
     undertake research, Switzer-      Dennis pashen, Director
                                                                         ence, Canada                     Deliver lecture, Attend seminar,
     land, France, england             7 Mar 2007 - 0 Apr 2007
                                                                         Approx: $4,700                   Collaborate with colleagues,
     Approx: $,400                    present paper, Attend confer-
                                                                                                          South Africa
                                       ence, Attend seminar, Attend
                                                                         Susan Gordon, Senior lecturer-   other, South Africa
     Stephen naylor, lecturer          meeting, Collaborate with
                                                                         physiotherapy                    Approx: $0
     02 Jul 2007 - 23 Jul 2007         colleagues, undertake study,
                                                                         0 Jun 2007 - 09 Jun 2007        2 Jun 2007 - 6 Jun 2007
                                       Canada and uSA
     undertake research, review                                          present paper, Attend confer-    Deliver keynote address, pres-
                                       other, uSA
     venice biennale for the Austra-                                     ence, Canada                     ent paper, Attend conference,
                                       Approx: $4,500
     lian and new Zealand Journal                                        Approx: $0                       Collaborate with colleagues,
     of Art                            pamela Stronach, executive                                         South Africa
     undertake teaching, AF202:03                                       Sonia Harmen, research           Approx: $0
                                       officer, Academic Affairs         Worker
     Approx: $3,200                    09 Mar 2007 - 2 Mar 2007                                          05 nov 2007 -  nov 2007
                                                                         30 Aug 2007 - 28 Sep 2007        present paper, Attend seminar,
                                       Market university, Singapore      undertake research, east timor
     School of Law                     Approx: $2,700                                                     Collaborate with colleagues,
                                                                         Approx: $7,000                   new Zealand
                                       Ian Wronski, pro-vice-Chan-                                        Approx: $2,600
     lynda Crowley-Cyr, Senior                                           Simone Harrison, principal
     lecturer                          cellor                            research officer
                                        Jun 2007 - 4 Jun 2007                                          Anthony leicht, Senior lecturer
     22 Jun 2007 - 06 Jul 2007                                           2 Jan 2007 - 27 Jan 2007        09 Jul 2007 - 08 oct 2007
                                       Attend seminar, Collaborate       Attend meeting, Collaborate
     Attend conference, Italy                                                                             SSp, present paper, Attend con-
                                       with colleagues, Market univer-   with colleagues, undertake
     Approx: $3,00                    sity, uSA                                                          ference, Collaborate with col-
                                                                         research, new Zealand
                                       Approx: $2,700                                                    leagues, undertake research,
                                                                         Approx: $3,300
     Justin Dabner, Associate          04 May 2007 - 2 May 2007                                          Finland
                                                                         0 Jun 2007 - 06 Jul 2007
     professor                         Attend conference, uSA            Attend conference, Attend        Approx: $4,500
     7 nov 2007 - 02 Dec 2007         Approx: $5,900                   meeting, Collaborate with col-
     SSp, uAe, Hong kong               03 Sep 2007 - 07 Sep 2007         leagues, undertake research,     Wayne Melrose, Senior lecturer
     Approx: $2,700                    other, Fiji                       Canada and uSA                   0 Apr 2007 - 04 May 2007
     07 Dec 2007 - 6 Dec 2007         Approx: $4,200                    Approx: $4,400                   Attend meeting, Collaborate
     undertake research, new                                                                              with colleagues, Market univer-
                                       Mal Heron, Director, ACorn        Alan Hauquitz, Senior lecturer   sity, papua new Guinea
     Zealand
                                       29 May 2007 - 3 May 2007         23 Jan 2007 - 9 Feb 2007        Approx: $,700
     Approx: $2,300                                                                                       6 Apr 2007 - 04 Jul 2007
                                       Attend meeting, papua new         Collaborate with colleagues,
                                       Guinea                            Market university, uSA           Attend meeting, Switzerland
     Stephen Graw, professor           Approx: $0                        Approx: $0,500                  and uSA
     5 nov 2007 - 29 nov 2007         02 Jun 2007 - 26 Jun 2007         23 Sep 2007 - 07 oct 2007        Collaborate with colleagues,
     present paper, Hong kong          present paper, Attend confer-     Collaborate with colleagues,     Market university, Switzerland
     undertake teaching, China         ence, Attend meeting, uk          undertake research, pnG          and uSA
     Approx: $3,900                    Approx: $6,00                    Approx: $5,500                   Approx: $6,300




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8 Jun 2007 - 30 Jun 2007           Dallas young, Manager, public     kurinji kannan, Snr lecturer-       tarun Sen Gupta, Associate
present paper, Attend meeting,      Health Field                      obstetricsandGynaecology            professor
Collaborate with colleagues,        08 Jun 2007 - 0 Jul 2007         3 Jul 2007 - 27 Jul 2007           2 Jul 2007 - 28 Jul 2007
Market university, Fiji and         present paper, Attend confer-     Attend conference, Attend           present paper, Attend confer-
tonga                               ence, undertake research,         meeting, Collaborate with col-      ence, Collaborate with col-
Approx: $,900                      Canada                            leagues, India                      leagues, Singapore
03 nov 2007 -  Dec 2007           Approx: $6,700                    Approx: $2,200                      Approx: $6,900
present paper, Attend meeting,                                         Jun 2007 - 8 Jun 2007
Collaborate with colleagues,        School of Veterinary and          present paper, Attend confer-       venkatesh Shashidhar, Senior
                                                                      ence, undertake study, Mexico       lecturer - pathology
uSA                                 Biomedical Sciences
                                                                      Approx: $0                          28 Jun 2007 -  Jul 2007
Market university, uSA
                                                                                                          present paper, Deliver lecture,
Approx: $4,600                      Hayley Gallagher, research        lee kennedy, professor of           Attend conference, Attend
24 nov 2007 - 07 Dec 2007           Worker, Casual teaching           Medicine                            seminar, Italy
Attend meeting, Collaborate         30 Aug 2007 - 27 Sep 2007         2 Mar 2007 - 23 Mar 2007           Attend meeting, Collaborate
with colleagues, Market univer-     undertake research, east timor    Attend conference, uk               with colleagues, Singapore
sity, Switzerland and philippines   Approx: $5,200                    Approx: $3,900                      Approx: $5,200
Approx: $5,500                      09 nov 2007 - 22 nov 2007         04 May 2007 -  Aug 2007           School of Nursing Sciences
                                    undertake research, undertake     Attend conference, Denmark
Susan rees, research Fellow,        teaching, tonga                   Approx: $0                          Irmgard bauer, Senior lecturer
Casual teaching                     Approx: $2,600                    29 Aug 2007 - 29 Aug 2007           7 May 2007 - 27 May 2007
02 May 2007 - 7 May 2007                                             Deliver lecture, Attend confer-     present paper, Attend confer-
Deliver lecture, Attend confer-     School of Medicine                ence, new Zealand                   ence, Attend seminar, Chair
ence, Sweden, Denmark                                                 Approx: $,700                      meeting, Attend meeting,
Approx: $8,000                      bernhard baune, Associate                                             Canada
                                    professor - psychiatry            John Mcbride, professor in          Approx: $3,700
Sally ruston, Senior lecturer       07 nov 2007 - 9 nov 2007         Medicine                            Mary Fitzgerald, professor
0 Jun 2007 - 09 Jun 2007           present paper, Attend confer-      Apr 2007 - 22 Apr 2007           - nursing Sciences
                                                                      Attend conference, Austria          27 oct 2007 - 07 nov 2007
Attend conference, other,           ence, Attend meeting, Collabo-
                                                                      Approx: $0                          undertake teaching, Fiji
Canada                              rate with colleagues, undertake
                                                                      20 Aug 2007 - 27 Aug 2007           Approx: $3,600
Approx: $3,700                      research, uSA, Austria            Attend conference, taiwan
                                    Approx: $3,600                    Collaborate with colleagues,        Joe Morrissey, Senior lecturer
richard Speare, professor                                             taiwan                              22 Jun 2007 - 06 Jul 2007
05 Apr 2007 - 29 Apr 2007           Alex Clerfond, Senior lecturer-   Approx: $3,200                      present paper, Attend confer-
Collaborate with colleagues,        Clinical Skills                                                       ence, Italy
undertake research, new             2 oct 2007 - 04 nov 2007         Andrew Mckenzie, Senior             Approx: $6,400
Zealand                             Deliver lecture, Attend confer-   lecturer
Approx: $2,00                      ence, uSA                         28 Mar 2007 - 0 Apr 2007           lee Stewart, Acting Senior
09 oct 2007 - 27 oct 2007           Approx: $7,00                    Attend conference, Collaborate      lecturer
Attend meeting, Collaborate                                           with colleagues,                    24 May 2007 - 03 Jun 2007
with colleagues, undertake          Jonathan Golledge, professor      Market university, new Zealand      present paper, Attend
research, new Zealand               05 May 2007 -  May 2007         Approx: $700                        conference, Collaborate with
Approx: $2,300                      Attend conference, new            02 oct 2007 - 4 oct 2007           colleagues, Market university,
08 nov 2007 - 23 nov 2007           Zealand                           Attend conference, undertake        Japan
Conduct workshops, pnG              Approx: $800                      research, other, nZ                 Approx: $5,200
Approx: $4,400                                                        Approx: $,00                      8 Aug 2007 - 25 Aug 2007
                                                                                                          undertake teaching, FIJI
04 Dec 2007 - 2 Dec 2007           phillipa Hay, professor - psy-
                                                                      richard Murray, Head of School      Approx: $2,900
Deliver keynote address, Attend     chiatry
                                                                      8 Mar 2007 - 0 Apr 2007
meeting, Collaborate with col-      26 Mar 2007 - 29 Mar 2007         present paper, Canada, Col-         Ann bonner, Senior lecturer
leagues, philippines & South        present paper, Attend confer-     laborate with colleagues, uSA       08 Sep 2007 - 23 Sep 2007
korea                               ence, Collaborate with col-       Approx: $7,700                      present paper, Attend confer-
Approx: $3,300                      leagues, Conduct workshops,                                           ence, Italy
                                    united kingdom                    rodney nan tie, Director of         Approx: $3,400
yvonne thomas, Senior               Approx: $,400                    Clinical Skills
lecturer                                                              7 Aug 2007 - 02 Sep 2007           Susan brown, lecturer
29 Apr 2007 - 26 May 2007           Clare Heal, Senior lecturer-      Deliver lecture, Collaborate with   9 oct 2007 - 27 oct 2007
Supervise and coordinate stu-       General practice                  colleagues, undertake teaching,     Attend conference, China
dent fieldwork placement            23 Jul 2007 - 28 Jul 2007         Conduct workshops, Singapore        Approx: $2,700
Approx: $3,400                      present paper, Attend confer-     Approx: $0
                                    ence, Singapore                                                       John Field, Senior lecturer
John Whitehall, Associate           Approx: $3,800                    kimberly oman, Senior lecturer      22 Jun 2007 - 5 Jul 2007
professor                                                             4 Sep 2007 - 26 Sep 2007           Attend conference, Italy
07 Sep 2007 - 2 Sep 2007           yik-Hong Ho, professor            Attend conference, uganda           Approx: $2,000
Collaborate with colleagues,        7 Sep 2007 - 28 Sep 2007         Approx: $5,600
                                                                      7 oct 2007 - 26 oct 2007           kim Foster, Senior lecturer
pnG                                 present paper, Deliver lecture,
                                                                      present paper, undertake            25 Jan 2007 - 03 Feb 2007
Approx: $,400                      Chair meeting, Japan and                                              Collaborate with colleagues,
                                                                      teaching, Fiji
08 nov 2007 - 24 nov 2007           China                             Approx: $,00                      undertake teaching, Market
undertake teaching, pnG             Approx: $0                                                            university, Fiji
Approx: $3,600                                                        kyaw San Hla, Senior lecturer       Approx: $3,300
                                    Harry Jacobs, Associate           - in Medicine                       2 Apr 2007 - 2 Apr 2007
Deborah Wright, Clinical            professor                         5 Sep 2007 - 2 Sep 2007           Collaborate with colleagues,
educator                            22 Jul 2007 - 28 Jul 2007         Attend conference, Attend           undertake teaching, Conduct
 Dec 2007 - 2 Dec 2007           Attend conference, Collaborate    seminar, Collaborate with col-      workshops, Market university,
Attend seminar, new Zealand         with colleagues, Singapore        leagues, the netherlands            Fiji
Approx: $0                          Approx: $4,600                    Approx: $3,900                      Approx: $3,400




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     2 Jun 2007 - 30 Jun 2007          Jane Connell, Casual teaching,      3 Sep 2007 - 22 Sep 2007         vicki Dunk, technical officer
     undertake teaching, Fiji           Casual research engineer            present paper, Attend confer-     07 Jul 2007 - 23 Jul 2007
     Approx: $4,00                     08 nov 2007 - 28 nov 2007           ence, Chair meeting, Attend       Attend conference, Collaborate
     04 Sep 2007 - 08 Sep 2007          other, papua new Guinea             meeting, Collaborate with col-    with colleagues, uS
     Attend meeting, Fiji               Approx: $3,00                      leagues, Germany                  Approx: $8,700
     Collaborate with colleagues,                                           Approx: $5,300
     Market university, other, Fiji     lynne Zeldenryk, Community                                            Andrew Greenhill, post Doctoral
     Approx: $2,400                     rehab project officer, lecturer     Gerald Muench, Senior lecturer    research Fellow
                                                                            24 Mar 2007 - 3 Mar 2007         6 Jul 2007 - 27 Jul 2007
                                        29 Apr 2007 - 0 Jun 2007
     David lindsay, Senior lecturer                                         Deliver lecture, Attend confer-   present paper, Attend confer-
                                        Supervise student fieldwork         ence, pakistan
     2 Apr 2007 - 28 Apr 2007          placements                                                            ence, philippines
     Collaborate with colleagues,                                           Approx: $700                      Collaborate with colleagues,
                                        Approx: $3,600                      5 Apr 2007 - 03 May 2007
     undertake teaching, Market         School of pharmacy and                                                thailand
                                                                            present paper, Deliver lecture,
     university, Fiji                   Molecular Sciences                                                    Approx: $4,200
                                                                            Attend conference, Attend
     Approx: $2,800                                                                                           04 nov 2007 - 6 nov 2007
                                                                            meeting, Collaborate with
                                        Alan baxter, professor - bio-       colleagues, Market university,    undertake research, papua
     lauretta luck, Senior lecturer     chemistry                           Germany                           new Guinea
     06 Jul 2007 - 7 Jul 2007                                              Approx: $2,600                    Approx: $5,800
                                         Jul 2007 - 9 Jul 2007
     Attend conference, Mixed Meth-                                         02 Jul 2007 - 07 Jul 2007
                                        present paper, Attend confer-
     ods Conference & Workshops                                             Deliver lecture, Attend confer-   karen Juntunen, technician
                                        ence, China
     other, Meet with organisations                                         ence, Collaborate with col-       5 Feb 2007 - 23 Mar 2007
                                        Approx: $2,000
     re publication                                                         leagues, Indonesia                Attend conference, uSA
     Approx: $3,500                                                         Approx: $300                      Collaborate with colleagues,
                                        bruce bowden, Associate                                               Japan, uSA
                                                                            28 Aug 2007 - 7 Sep 2007
     pauline taylor, Administrative     professor                                                             Approx: $2,400
                                                                            present paper, Deliver lecture,
     Manager                            03 Feb 2007 - 0 Feb 2007           Attend conference, Attend
     24 May 2007 - 03 Jun 2007          present paper, Attend confer-       seminar, Chair meeting, Attend    Heinrich korner, Associate
     Market university, other, Japan    ence, Chair meeting, new            meeting, Collaborate with         professor - Immunology
     Approx: $5,200                     Zealand                             colleagues, Market university,    5 Feb 2007 - 26 Feb 2007
                                        Approx: $,500                      Germany                           present paper, Attend meeting,
     Joanne tollefson, Senior                                               Approx: $2,400                    Collaborate with colleagues,
     lecturer                           beverley Glass, professor of                                          Germany, Approx: $3,900
     7 Feb 2007 - 24 Feb 2007          pharmacy                            School of Veterinary and          04 Jun 2007 - 3 Jul 2007
     Deliver lecture, Attend meeting,   6 oct 2007 - 0 nov 2007           Biomedical Sciences               present paper, Collaborate
     Collaborate with colleagues,       Deliver keynote address,                                              with colleagues, undertake
     undertake teaching, Conduct        Switzerland, Deliver lecture, At-   Anna-Marie babey, Senior          research, Germany
     workshops, Suva, Fiji              tend meeting, Collaborate with      lecturer                          Approx: $8,800
     Approx: $2,900                     colleagues, uk                      0 Jan 2007 - 2 Feb 2007
                                                                                                              07 nov 2007 - 9 nov 2007
                                                                            Collaborate with colleagues,
                                        Approx: $8,500                                                        present paper, Collaborate
                                                                            uSA
     kim usher, Head of School and      30 Jun 2007 - 9 Jul 2007                                             with colleagues, undertake
                                                                            Approx: $4,000
     professor                          Attend meeting, undertake           03 Dec 2007 - 2 Feb 2008         research, Germany
     24 May 2007 - 02 Jun 2007          research, South Africa              Collaborate with colleagues,      Approx: $4,200
     Attend conference, Attend          Approx: $0                          uSA                               07 nov 2007 - 9 nov 2007
     meeting, Collaborate with          2 Sep 2007 - 27 Sep 2007           Approx: $0                        Collaborate with colleagues,
     colleagues, Market university,     present paper, Deliver lecture,                                       undertake research, Germany
     Japan                              Attend meeting, Collaborate         Graham burgess, reader            Approx: $4,200
     Approx: $0,900                    with colleagues, Fiji               24 Mar 2007 - 29 Mar 2007
     29 nov 2007 - 6 Dec 2007          Approx: $2,700                      Attend meeting, new Calidonia     Suzy Munns, lecturer
     Attend meeting, Collaborate                                            Approx: $,900                    4 Dec 2007 - 03 Feb 2009
     with colleagues, uk                richard keene, nevitt professor                                       undertake research, uk
     Approx: $2,900                     of Chemistry                        Geoffrey Dobson, Associate        Approx: $300
     5 oct 2007 - 20 oct 2007          6 Sep 2007 - 03 oct 2007           professor
     Attend meeting, Collaborate                                            24 Mar 2007 - 0 Apr 2007         leigh owens, Associate profes-
                                        Collaborate with colleagues,
     with colleagues, Japan                                                 undertake research, uSA           sor
                                        undertake research, new
     Approx: $6,700                                                         Approx: $4,00                    5 Feb 2007 - 05 Mar 2007
                                        Zealand                             07 Jul 2007 - 5 Jul 2007
     23 oct 2007 - 28 oct 2007                                                                                present paper, Attend confer-
                                        Approx: $,600                      Collaborate with colleagues,
     Attend meeting, Collaborate                                                                              ence, Collaborate with col-
     with colleagues, thailand                                              uSA                               leagues, Japan, uSA
                                        nena kustrin, Senior lecturer       Approx: $5,000
     Approx: $6,400                                                                                           Approx: $5,00
                                        2 Aug 2007 - 0 Aug 2007           24 oct 2007 - 4 nov 2007          Aug 2007 - 7 Aug 2007
     Caryn West, Scholarship            Attend conference, Italy            Deliver lecture,                  Deliver keynote address,
     Holder, Casual teaching            Approx: $7,00                      Attend conference, Collaborate    Deliver lecture, Attend meeting,
                                                                            with colleagues, undertake
     05 Jul 2007 - 5 Jul 2007                                                                                Collaborate with colleagues,
                                        bill leggat, lecturer               research, uSA
     Attend conference, united                                                                                undertake research, brunei
                                        0 Jul 2007 - 22 Jul 2007           Approx: $9,000
     kingdom                                                                                                  Approx: $0
     Approx: $6,600                     Deliver lecture, undertake                                            8 nov 2007 - 03 Dec 2007
                                        research, Conduct workshops,        kate Domett, lecturer
                                                                            30 Jun 2007 - 4 Jul 2007         present paper, Attend confer-
     kristin Wicking, lecturer          uSA                                                                   ence, Collaborate with col-
                                                                            Collaborate with colleagues,
     22 Jan 2007 - 29 Jan 2007          Approx: $2,000                                                        leagues, undertake research,
                                                                            undertake research, vietnam
     Attend seminar, uSA                                                    Approx: $00                      India
     Approx: $3,200                     David Miller, professor             0 Dec 2007 - 7 Jan 2008         Approx: $6,600
     7 Feb 2007 - 24 Feb 2007          0 Jan 2007 - 0 Jan 2008           present paper, Attend
     Deliver lecture, Attend meeting,   Deliver keynote address, Attend     conference, Collaborate with      Andrea phillott, postdoctoral
     Collaborate with colleagues,       conference, Attend meeting,         colleagues, new Zealand,          research Fellow
     undertake teaching, Conduct        Collaborate with colleagues,        undertake research, thailand       Aug 2007 - 27 Aug 2007
     workshops, Fiji                    undertake research, uSA             and new Zealand                   present paper, uSA
     Approx: $2,900                     Approx: $4,800                      Approx: $4,300                    Approx: $4,800




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 Aug 2007 - 29 Aug 2007         School of Information              John Choat, Adjunct professor     John Dowe, research officer
present paper, uSA                Technology                         28 Jan 2007 - 05 Feb 2007         07 Sep 2007 - 25 Sep 2007
Collaborate with colleagues,                                         undertake research, nZ            Deliver lecture, Collaborate
Canada                            Colin lemmon, lecturer             Approx: $,700                    with colleagues, undertake
Approx: $4,800                    2 Feb 2007 - 27 Feb 2007          05 Feb 2007 - 3 Feb 2007         research, uSA
lee Skerratt, Senior lecturer     present paper, uSA                 Attend conference, Collaborate    Approx: $4,600
2 Jul 2007 - 28 Jul 2007         Approx: $200                       with colleagues, Hong kong
Collaborate with colleagues,                                         Approx: $,500
Cambodia                                                                                               brad evans, ArC postdoctoral
                                  School of Marine and tropical                                        Fellow
Approx: $2,800                                                       4 Aug 2007 - 3 Aug 2007
                                  biology                                                              8 Mar 2007 - 0 Apr 2007
0 nov 2007 - 4 nov 2007                                            Deliver keynote address, pres-
Deliver keynote address, Attend                                      ent paper, Attend conference,     undertake research, Indonesia
conference, Collaborate with      ross Alford, professor                                               Approx: $2,400
                                                                     Collaborate with colleagues,
colleagues, uSA                   04 Aug 2007 - 3 Aug 2007                                            2 Apr 2007 - 23 Apr 2007
                                                                     Malaysia
Approx: $2,000                    present paper, Attend confer-                                        undertake research, Indonesia
                                                                     Approx: $2,500
                                  ence, Collaborate with col-
                                                                                                       Approx: $2,200
richard Squires, Assoc profes-    leagues, uSA
                                                                     Catherine Collier, postdoctoral   07 Jul 2007 - 23 Jul 2007
sor - Companion Animal            Approx: $5,000
                                                                     research Fellow                   Collaborate with colleagues,
0 Sep 2007 - 9 Sep 2007         28 oct 2007 - 0 nov 2007          02 nov 2007 - 22 nov 2007
                                  present paper, Deliver lecture,                                      undertake research, Indonesia
Attend conference, Collaborate                                       present paper, Attend confer-
                                  Attend conference, Attend                                            Approx: $2,500
with colleagues, Market univer-                                      ence, Attend meeting, Collabo-
sity, Hungary                     meeting, Collaborate with col-                                       04 nov 2007 - 06 Dec 2007
                                                                     rate with colleagues, uSA         undertake research, Indonesia
other, Hungary                    leagues, uSA                       Approx: $4,700
Approx: $5,500                    Approx: $800                                                         Approx: $3,700
                                                                     brad Congdon, Senior lecturer
phillip Summers, professor        Zoe bainbridge, research            Dec 2007 - 20 Dec 2007         peter Franks, Senior lecturer
08 Aug 2007 - 9 Aug 2007         officer                            Attend conference, Seychelles     02 Jan 2007 - 6 Jan 2007
present paper, Attend confer-     08 Dec 2007 - 5 Sep 2007          Approx: $3,800                    present paper, Attend meeting,
ence, Collaborate with col-       present paper, Attend confer-                                        Collaborate with colleagues,
leagues, other, Canada and        ence, new Zealand                  Sean Connolly, Associate          undertake research, uSA
uSA                               Approx: $2,00                     professor                         Approx: $0
Approx: $6,700                                                       2 Apr 2007 - 22 Apr 2007         04 Jun 2007 - 5 Jun 2007
                                  Jon brodie, principal research
                                  officer                            Collaborate with colleagues,      Attend conference, Collaborate
Jeffrey Warner, Senior lecturer                                      French polynesia
7 nov 2007 - 25 Dec 2007         09 May 2007 - 5 May 2007                                            with colleagues, Conduct work-
                                  Conduct workshops, Indonesia       undertake research, French        shops, uSA
present paper, thailand                                              polynesia
Approx: $2,00                    Approx: $0                                                           Approx: $0
                                  6 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007          Approx: $2,600                    04 Jun 2007 - 5 Jun 2007
                                                                     03 oct 2007 - 09 oct 2007
faCulty of sCIenCe,               Conduct workshops, vietnam
                                                                     Attend meeting, uSA
                                                                                                       Collaborate with colleagues,
engIneeRIng and InfoR-            Approx: $0
                                                                     Approx: $3,800
                                                                                                       undertake research, uSA
matIon teChnology                 28 Jul 2007 - 09 Aug 2007                                            Approx: $0
                                  Attend meeting, Myanmar            Jonathan Cornelius, lecturer      2 Jun 2007 - 02 Feb 2008
School of Mathematical and        Conduct workshops, Malaysia,                                         SSp, uk, uSA
physical Sciences                                                    07 oct 2007 -  oct 2007
                                  the philippines                    Attend meeting, vanuatu           Collaborate with colleagues,
                                  Approx: $0                         Collaborate with colleagues,      undertake research, uk, uSA
Wayne orchiston, Adjunct Se-
                                  28 Sep 2007 - 7 oct 2007          vanuatu                           Approx: $4,00
nior lecturer, Senior lecturer
                                  present paper, Attend confer-      Approx: $2,700
05 Jan 2007 - 29 Jan 2007
present paper, Attend confer-     ence, kenya                        02 Dec 2007 - 06 Dec 2007         Cathy Hair, principal research
ence, uSA                         undertake research, pnG            Attend meeting, Collaborate       officer
Attend meeting, Singapore         Approx: $5,600                     with colleagues, undertake        27 oct 2007 - 03 nov 2007
Collaborate with colleagues,      7 nov 2007 - 23 nov 2007          research, papua new Guinea        Attend meeting, Collaborate
undertake research, France        Collaborate with colleagues,       Approx: $,900                    with colleagues, new Caledonia
Approx: $3,500                    Conduct workshops, thailand                                          Approx: $2,600
                                  Approx: $0                         Charles Clarke, lecturer,
Mike Steele, lecturer                                                Adjunct lecturer
                                                                     Martial Depczynski, Casual        kirsten Heimann, Senior
08 Jan 2007 - 3 Jan 2007         David bellwood, professor
                                                                     research Worker                   lecturer
present paper, Attend confer-     07 Jan 2007 - 24 Jan 2007
ence, thailand                                                       06 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007         4 Jul 2007 - 3 Aug 2007
                                  Deliver lecture, Attend confer-                                      present paper, Attend confer-
Approx: $2,300                                                       undertake research, Cayman
                                  ence, Spain                                                          ence, Chair meeting, Spain,
                                                                     Islands
                                  Collaborate with colleagues,       Approx: $6,600                    uSA, Germany
Ian Whittingham, professor
                                  undertake research, uk                                               Approx: $4,200
5 Jan 2007 -  Feb 2007
Collaborate with colleagues, uk   Approx: $7,500                     Chris Cocklin, pro-vice-Chan-
and France                        06 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007          cellor                            Joseph Holtum, reader
Approx: $5,600                    undertake research, Cayman         27 Aug 2007 - 05 Sep 2007         2 Jan 2007 - 08 Feb 2007
                                  Islands                            present paper, Attend confer-     undertake research, panama
School of Earth Sciences          Approx: $7,00                     ence, Collaborate with col-       Approx: $0
                                                                     leagues, Market university, uk
                                  David blair, Associate professor                                     25 Jun 2007 - 25 Jul 2007
nick oliver, Head of School                                          and Singapore
                                  04 Sep 2007 - 3 Sep 2007                                            Deliver keynote address,
07 Jan 2007 - 05 Feb 2007                                            Approx: $2,700
Deliver keynote address, Attend   Collaborate with colleagues,                                         present paper, Deliver lecture,
conference, Attend meeting,       China                              Michelle Devlin, Snr research     Attend conference, Attend
Collaborate with colleagues,      Approx: $400                       officer                           seminar, Chair meeting, Attend
undertake research, Conduct       5 nov 2007 - 22 nov 2007          7 nov 2007 - 23 nov 2007         meeting, uk,
workshops, Market university,     Collaborate with colleagues,       Collaborate with colleagues,      Collaborate with colleagues,
uSA, Canada                       China                              Conduct workshops, thailand       Germany, Holland, France, uk
Approx: $8,200                    Approx: $0                         Approx: $0                        Approx: $,000




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     Andrew Hoey, Scholarship          27 May 2007 - 3 May 2007         philip Munday, ArC principal      7 Mar 2007 - 3 Mar 2007
     Holder, laboratory Manager        Attend meeting, Collaborate       research Fellow                   undertake research, vietnam
     06 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007         with colleagues, papua new        6 Jun 2007 - 25 Jul 2007         Approx: $0
     undertake research, Cayman        Guinea                            present paper, Attend confer-     09 Aug 2007 - 20 Aug 2007
     Islands                           Approx: $,900                    ence, undertake research,         undertake research, vietnam
     Approx: $6,900                    02 Jun 2007 - 25 May 2007         South Africa, French polynesia    Approx: $3,00
                                       Deliver lecture, Attend confer-   Approx: $6,300
     Joanne Isaac, research officer    ence, Attend seminar, Chair       02 Apr 2007 - 20 Apr 2007
                                                                                                           paul Southgate, professor
     4 Jun 2007 - 22 Aug 2007         meeting, Collaborate with col-    undertake research, papua
                                       leagues, undertake research,      new Guinea                        6 Apr 2007 - 25 Apr 2007
     Attend conference, new
                                       Conduct workshops, South          Approx: $4,300                    Attend meeting, Collaborate
     Zealand
                                       Africa                                                              with colleagues, undertake
     Approx: $900
                                       Approx: $6,000                    tony page, postdoc research       research, kiribati
     Dean Jerry, Senior lecturer                                         Fellow-Agroforrest                Approx: $,700
     02 Aug 2007 - 2 Aug 2007         Stephen lewis, research           03 Mar 2007 - 2 Mar 2007         27 oct 2007 - 04 nov 2007
     present paper, Attend confer-     officer                           Attend conference, thailand       Attend meeting, new Caledonia
     ence, vietnam                     28 Sep 2007 - 2 oct 2007         Approx: $4,300                    Approx: $2,900
     Collaborate with colleagues,      present paper, Attend confer-     22 Mar 2007 - 22 Mar 2007
     Singapore                         ence, kenya                       Conduct workshops, vanuatu        Maya Srinivasan, research
     Approx: $4,700                    Approx: $3,500                    Approx: $3,200                    Worker
     2 nov 2007 - 08 Dec 2007         09 Dec 2007 - 5 Dec 2007         0 Jul 2007 - 23 Jul 2007         5 Feb 2007 - 04 Mar 2007
     undertake research, Indonesia     present paper, Attend confer-     undertake research, vanuatu       undertake research, papua
     Approx: $2,700                    ence, new Zealand                 Approx: $9,500
                                                                                                           new Guinea
                                       Approx: $2,000                    07 oct 2007 - 2 oct 2007
                                                                                                           Approx: $4,000
     Geoffrey Jones, professor                                           undertake research, vanuatu
                                                                         Approx: $2,700                    0 Apr 2007 - 29 Apr 2007
     5 Feb 2007 - 04 Mar 2007         George lukacs, Director of
                                                                                                           undertake research, papua
     undertake research, papua         ACtFr
     new Guinea                                                          richard pearson, professor        new Guinea
                                       2 Mar 2007 - 06 Apr 2007
     Approx: $2,200                    Attend meeting, Collaborate       0 Dec 2007 - 5 oct 2007         Approx: $4,00
     0 Apr 2007 - 29 Apr 2007         with colleagues, Conduct work-    present paper, Attend confer-     05 May 2007 - 22 Jul 2007
     SSp, papua new Guinea             shops, Switzerland, Slovenia      ence, Attend meeting, Collabo-    present paper, uk
     Approx: $2,300                    Approx: $6,200                    rate with colleagues, undertake   Attend seminar, uk
     05 May 2007 - 22 Jul 2007         06 Jun 2007 - 26 Jun 2007         research, new Zealand             Collaborate with colleagues,
     SSp, Singapore, uk, uSA,          present paper, Attend confer-     Approx: $4,800                    uk, uSA
     French polynesia                  ence, Chair meeting, Attend                                         undertake research, French
     Approx: $5,900                    meeting, uSA                      nicole platz, Marketing and       polynesia
     09 nov 2007 - 2 nov 2007         Approx: $5,200                    Development officer               Approx: $6,000
     Attend meeting, papua new         0 Jan 2007 - 7 Jan 2007         28 May 2007 - 03 Jun 2007
     Guinea                            Attend meeting, uSA               Attend conference, Attend
                                                                         meeting, Market university, uSA   Craig Syms, research officer
     Approx: $200                      Approx: $3,900
                                                                         Approx: $5,300                    8 Feb 2007 - 04 Mar 2007
                                       vimoksalehi lukoschek, Casual                                       undertake research, papua
     Darrell kemp, Casual teaching,
                                       research Worker                   Sue reilly, Histotechnologist     new Guinea
     ArC postdoctoral Fellow
     08 Dec 2007 -  Dec 2007         05 Sep 2007 - 0 Dec 2007         23 oct 2007 - 07 nov 2007         Approx: $,300
     Collaborate with colleagues,      Attend conference, Collaborate    Attend conference, uSA            28 Jan 2007 - 2 Feb 2007
     uSA                               with colleagues, undertake        Approx: $8,600                    Attend meeting, Collaborate
     Approx: $,000                    research, uS                                                        with colleagues, undertake
                                       Approx: $6,800                    Simon robson, Senior lecturer     research, uSA
     Michael kingsford, Head of        03 Sep 2007 - 0 Dec 2007         6 Jun 2007 - 2 Jun 2007         Approx: $200
     School and professor              present paper, Attend confer-     present paper, new Zealand        29 Jan 2007 - 2 Feb 2007
     7 Mar 2007 - 25 Mar 2007         ence, Collaborate with col-       Approx: $2,500                    Attend meeting, Collaborate
     Attend meeting, Collaborate       leagues, undertake research,      05 oct 2007 - 5 oct 2007
                                                                                                           with colleagues, undertake
     with colleagues, Market univer-   uSA                               present paper, Attend confer-
                                                                                                           research, uSA
     sity, uSA                         Approx: $6,300                    ence, Collaborate with col-
                                                                         leagues, India                    Approx: $200
     Approx: $5,200
                                       Mirjam Maughan, research          Approx: $2,600                    5 oct 2007 - 20 nov 2007
     26 May 2007 - 7 Sep 2007
     Collaborate with colleagues,      officer                                                             undertake research, papua
     France and norway                 09 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007         Garry russ, professor             new Guinea
     Market university, uk and         Attend conference, Attend         05 Sep 2007 - 05 Sep 2007         Approx: $,600
     Denmark                           meeting, uSA                      undertake research, philippines   Stephen Williams, Senior princi-
     Approx: $9,200                    Approx: $5,700                    Approx: $4,300                   pal research Fellow
     0 Sep 2007 - 5 Sep 2007                                                                             20 oct 2007 - 27 oct 2007
     Attend meeting, Collaborate       Mark McCormick, reader            Helge Schluns, research As-       Attend meeting, uk
     with colleagues, Singapore        30 Jan 2007 - 28 Feb 2007         sociate                           Approx: $3,500
     other, Singapore                  SSp, undertake research, nZ       5 Jun 2007 - 2 Jun 2007
     Approx: $8,000                    Approx: $,800                    present paper, Attend confer-     rocky de nys, professor
                                       03 May 2007 - 0 Jun 2007         ence, new Zealand                 0 Sep 2007 - 5 Sep 2007
     Andrew krockenberger, Associ-     present paper, Collaborate with   Approx: $,900
                                                                                                           Deliver keynote address, Japan
     ate professor                     colleagues, Market university,
                                                                         Jamie Seymour, Senior lecturer    Approx: $2,800
     5 Jun 2007 - 0 Jul 2007         Germany, portugal, France
     undertake teaching, papua         Approx: $7,500                    07 May 2007 - 6 May 2007
     new Guinea                        08 Jul 2007 - 6 Jul 2007         SSp, undertake research, uSA      paul Southgate, professor
     Approx: $,000                    present paper, Attend confer-     Approx: $3,500                    3 Jan 2007 - 23 Jan 2007
                                       ence, Collaborate with col-                                         Deliver lecture, Collaborate with
     roger leakey, professor,          leagues, Canada                   Marcus Sheaves, Senior            colleagues, China
     Adjunct professor                 Approx: $4,900                    lecturer                          Approx: $4,000




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bette Willis, Associate professor   26 nov 2007 - 26 Jun 2008         Mark Hamann, postdoctoral         2 Jun 2007 - 0 Jul 2007
09 Jan 2007 - 3 Jan 2007           SSp, uSA/Czech republic/Hun-      research Fellow                   Deliver lecture, Collaborate with
SSp, palau                          gary/Slovenia/romania             22 Feb 2007 - 04 Mar 2007         colleagues,
present paper, Attend meeting,      Approx: $6,700                    present paper, Attend confer-     undertake research, France
philippines                                                           ence, Attend meeting, uSA         Approx: $5,400
Collaborate with colleagues,        Suzanne berthelsen, research      Approx: $3,800                    26 Apr 2007 - 03 May 2007
undertake research, palau,          engineer                                                            Collaborate with colleagues,
                                    8 Mar 2007 - 25 Mar 2007         Cameron Huddlestone-Holmes,       Indonesia
philippines
                                    Collaborate with colleagues,      lecturer/Masters Co-ord           Approx: $2,300
Approx: $5,300
                                                                      25 nov 2007 - 0 Dec 2007         8 Aug 2007 - 24 Aug 2007
30 May 2007 - 22 Jun 2007           Conduct workshops, papua
                                                                      Attend conference, nZ             Attend meeting, Collaborate
present paper, Attend confer-       new Guinea
                                                                      Approx: $2,400
ence, Attend meeting, Collabo-      Approx: $2,400                                                      with colleagues, papua new
rate with colleagues, uSA           0 Jul 2007 - 08 Jul 2007                                           Guinea
                                                                      tony kemp, research Fellow
Approx: $300                        Collaborate with colleagues,                                        Approx: $2,000
                                                                      0 Feb 2007 - 06 Mar 2007
                                    undertake research, papua         Collaborate with colleagues,      Jonathan nott, professor
Chaoshu Zeng, lecturer              new Guinea                        undertake research, uk            24 May 2007 - 06 Jun 2007
08 Jan 2007 - 06 Feb 2007           Approx: $3,000                    Approx: $7,900                    Attend conference, Greece
present paper, Attend confer-       8 Aug 2007 - 24 Aug 2007         8 Aug 2007 - 22 Sep 2007         Approx: $8,500
ence,                               Attend meeting, Collaborate       Deliver keynote address, Attend
Deliver lecture, Collaborate with   with colleagues, other, papua     conference, Germany               nick oliver, professor
colleagues, China                   new Guinea                        Collaborate with colleagues,      0 Jun 2007 - 6 Jun 2007
Approx: $,900                      Approx: $2,500                    uk, Japan                         Deliver lecture, Collaborate
02 Aug 2007 - 2 Aug 2007                                             undertake research, uk            with colleagues, undertake
present paper, Attend confer-       tom blenkinsop, Senior            other, Japan                      research, Market university,
ence, vietnam                       lecturer                          Approx: $9,900                    new Zealand
undertake research, Singapore       30 Sep 2007 - 2 oct 2007                                           Approx: $2,900
Approx: $4,300                      other, brazil                     David king, Associate professor   6 Jul 2007 - 30 Jul 2007
                                                                      27 May 2007 - 23 Jun 2007         Collaborate with colleagues,
                                    Approx: $3,400
                                                                      present paper, Attend confer-     undertake research, Conduct
School of Earth and Environ-        09 Dec 2007 - 9 Dec 2007
                                                                      ence, Croatia                     workshops, brazil
mental Sciences                     Attend conference, Collaborate    Collaborate with colleagues, uk   Approx: $2,00
                                    with colleagues, uSA              Approx: $5,600
Arianne Ford, Casual teaching       Approx: $4,200                                                      8 Aug 2007 - 4 Sep 2007
0 Aug 2007 - 27 Aug 2007                                                                               present paper, Deliver lecture,
                                                                      Carsten laukamp, research         Attend conference, Ireland
present paper, Attend confer-       bill Collins, professor           officer
ence, uk                                                                                                Collaborate with colleagues,
                                    25 Jun 2007 - 3 Jul 2007          Aug 2007 - 24 Sep 2007
Approx: $3,800                                                                                          undertake research, Conduct
                                    Deliver keynote address, other,   Attend conference, Ireland
                                                                                                        workshops, uk, Finland, russia
                                    South Africa                      Collaborate with colleagues,
Miriam Goosem, research                                                                                 Approx: $5,200
                                    Approx: $5,800                    undertake research, Germany
Fellow                                                                                                  26 nov 2007 - 30 nov 2007
                                    05 oct 2007 - 7 Dec 2007         Approx: $,00
04 Mar 2007 - 30 Mar 2007                                             04 Dec 2007 - 22 Feb 2008         present paper, Attend confer-
                                    present paper, Greece
present paper, Attend confer-                                         present paper, Germany            ence, Collaborate with col-
                                    Approx: $6,800
ence, Collaborate with col-                                           Collaborate with colleagues,      leagues, undertake research,
leagues, India                                                        Germany                           Market university, new Zealand
                                    rowena Duckworth, eGru
Approx: $2,400                                                        Approx: $400                      Approx: $3,300
                                    Manager
Catherine pohlman, postdoc-         3 Aug 2007 - 26 Aug 2007                                           Stephen Sutton, Senior re-
                                                                      brent Matters, Casual research
toral research Fellow               Attend conference, Collabo-                                         search Fellow
                                                                      Worker
04 Mar 2007 - 2 Mar 2007           rate with colleagues, Market                                        6 Jun 2007 - 2 Jul 2007
                                                                      25 Mar 2007 - 06 Apr 2007
present paper, Attend confer-       university, uk                    Collaborate with colleagues,      present paper, Attend confer-
ence, Collaborate with col-         Approx: $5,000                    other, Marshall Islands           ence, uSA
leagues, India                                                        Approx: $4,000                    Attend meeting, Collaborate
Approx: $3,300                      leonardo Feltrin, research                                          with colleagues, Canada
                                    officer                           John Mclellan, research           Approx: $4,200
timothy baker, Senior lecturer      8 oct 2007 - 29 oct 2007         officer
7 Mar 2007 - 04 Apr 2007           present paper, Attend confer-     8 Aug 2007 - 08 Sep 2007         peter valentine, Head of School
undertake research, uk              ence, Collaborate with col-       present paper, Attend confer-     7 Mar 2007 - 24 Mar 2007
other, bulgaria                     leagues, Mexico                   ence, Collaborate with col-       Market university, uSA
Approx: $3,600                      Approx: $4,800                    leagues, uk                       Approx: $4,200
5 Jun 2007 - 03 Jul 2007                                             Approx: $7,00
undertake research, uk              David Gillieson, professor                                          Jody Webster, lecturer
Approx: $3,200                      7 Jun 2007 - 0 Jul 2007         James Moloney, lecturer           02 Mar 2007 - 3 May 2007
09 Aug 2007 - 25 Aug 2007           Deliver keynote address, Attend   27 Jun 2007 - 3 Jul 2007         Collaborate with colleagues,
present paper, Attend confer-       conference, other, Malaysia       present paper, Attend confer-     undertake research, uS and
ence, undertake research,           Approx: $,800                    ence, Collaborate with col-       new Zealand
Conduct workshops, uk                                                 leagues, undertake research,      Approx: $,500
Approx: $3,400                      tanya Goldberg, postdoctoral      South Africa                      3 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
                                    research Fellow                   Approx: $5,400                    Attend meeting, Integrated
tim bell, professor                 8 Feb 2007 - 7 Mar 2007                                           ocean Drilling program (IoDp),
09 May 2007 - 27 May 2007           undertake research, Germany       paul nelson, Senior lecturer      Houston, tX, uS
present paper, undertake            Approx: $2,700                    - Soil Science                    Collaborate with colleagues,
research, uk                        6 Jul 2007 - 28 Aug 2007         8 Mar 2007 - 25 Mar 2007         uSA
Approx: $5,500                      Attend conference, Collaborate    Chair meeting, Collaborate with   Approx: $3,500
5 Apr 2007 - 29 Apr 2007           with colleagues, undertake        colleagues, Conduct work-          nov 2007 - 9 nov 2007
undertake research, uSA             research, other, Germany          shops, papua new Guinea           Attend conference, tahiti
Approx: $3,400                      Approx: $3,900                    Approx: $2,00                    Approx: $4,700




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     patrick Williams, Senior           yinghe He, professor               phil Schneider, Senior lecturer     07 Dec 2007 - 3 Jan 2008
     lecturer                           8 nov 2007 - 29 nov 2007          9 nov 2007 - 03 Dec 2007           Collaborate with colleagues,
     8 Aug 2007 - 25 Jul 2007          other, China                       Deliver lecture, Collaborate with   undertake teaching, China
     Attend conference, Chair meet-     Approx: $4,200                     colleagues, thailand                Approx: $2,400
     ing, uk                                                               Approx: $2,900
     Approx: $,300                     David Henderson, Scholarship                                           phillip Musumeci, Senior
                                        Holder, research engineer          Graham Woods, Senior                lecturer
     raphael Wust, Senior lecturer      28 Apr 2007 - 0 Jun 2007          lecturer                            0 Dec 2007 - 20 Dec 2007
     08 Feb 2007 - 0 Mar 2007          Deliver lecture, undertake         22 Mar 2007 - 26 Mar 2007           undertake teaching, China
     undertake research, new            research, Canada                   Attend meeting, Malaysia
                                                                                                               Approx: $3,00
     Zealand, panama                    Approx: $5,000                     Approx: $2,00
     undertake study, Conduct
                                        Mohan Jacob, ArC principal         School of Mathematics , phys-       Margaret ng, Scholarship
     workshops, panama
                                        research Fellow                    ics and IT                          Holder, Casual teaching
     Approx: $7,400
                                        3 Mar 2007 - 8 Mar 2007                                              24 Mar 2007 - 07 Apr 2007
     2 Aug 2007 - 3 Aug 2007
     present paper, Deliver lecture,    Attend meeting, Collaborate        Shaun belward, Senior lecturer      undertake teaching, China
     Attend conference, Attend          with colleagues, undertake         23 May 2007 - 27 May 2007           Approx: $2,300
     seminar, Attend meeting, Col-      research, Hong kong                Attend meeting, China               26 May 2007 - 09 Jun 2007
     laborate with colleagues, other,   Approx: $700                       Approx: $2,600                      undertake teaching, China
     Indonesia                          0 Jul 2007 - 07 Jul 2007          06 Sep 2007 - 2 Sep 2007           Approx: $,900
     Approx: $3,700                     present paper, Attend confer-      Attend meeting, other, China
     02 Dec 2007 - 0 Mar 2008          ence, Singapore                    Approx: $4,200                      Wayne orchiston, Adjunct Se-
     Deliver lecture, Switzerland,      Approx: $4,00                     24 nov 2007 - 0 Dec 2007           nior lecturer, Senior lecturer
     uSA, France                        22 Sep 2007 - 4 oct 2007          Attend meeting, other, China        0 Aug 2007 - 30 Aug 2007
     Attend meeting, France, Ger-       present paper, Deliver lecture,    Approx: $3,600                      present paper, Attend
     many, uSA                          Attend conference, Collaborate                                         conference, Attend meeting,
     Collaborate with colleagues,       with colleagues, undertake re-     nicola bidwell, Senior lecturer     Singapore
     France, Germany                    search, Market university, India   08 Sep 2007 - 3 Sep 2007           Collaborate with colleagues,
     undertake research, France,        Approx: $4,000                     present paper, Attend confer-
                                                                                                               France, Singapore
     Germany, egypt                                                        ence, Singapore
                                                                                                               undertake research, France
     undertake teaching, egypt          Jega Jegatheesan, Associate        Approx: $2,00
                                        professor                          2 Dec 2007 - 0 Jun 2008           undertake teaching, uSA
     undertake study, France,                                                                                  Approx: $4,900
     panama                             5 Sep 2007 - 08 oct 2007          SSp, South Africa
     Conduct workshops, egypt           Collaborate with colleagues,       Approx: $6,800
                                        undertake teaching, Market                                             tuan pham, Associate profes-
     Approx: $0,800                                                                                           sor
                                        university, China                  Danny Coomans, professor
                                        Approx: $0                         28 nov 2007 - 3 Dec 2007           07 Jun 2007 - 6 Jun 2007
     School of Engineering                                                                                     present paper, Attend confer-
                                        22 nov 2007 - 06 Dec 2007          Attend meeting, Collaborate
                                        Deliver lecture, India             with colleagues, undertake          ence, Denmark
     Christopher berndt, professor-
                                        Approx: $0                         research, Conduct workshops,        Collaborate with colleagues,
     Surface and Interface eng
                                                                           other, belgium                      the netherlands
     22 Jun 2007 - 27 Jun 2007
                                        ross kapitzke, Senior re-          Approx: $4,600                      Approx: $8,000
     Attend conference, Attend          search engineer
     meeting, uSA                                                                                              24 Aug 2007 - 0 Sep 2007
                                        9 Feb 2007 - 23 Feb 2007          yvette everingham, Senior           Deliver keynote address, pres-
     Approx: $6,600                     Attend conference, new             lecturer
     08 May 2007 - 5 May 2007                                                                                 ent paper, Greece
                                        Zealand                             Dec 2007 -  Dec 2007           Chair meeting, Collaborate with
     Attend meeting, Conduct work-      Approx: $2,400                     present paper, new Zealand
     shops, other, China                                                                                       colleagues, Greece
                                                                           Approx: $4,400
     Approx: $4,300                                                                                            Approx: $7,00
                                        keith kikkert, Associate profes-
                                        sor                                Diana Heaslett, enrolment
     vinh Dao, lecturer                 0 Mar 2007 - 0 Mar 2007          Adviser                             ling Qiu, lecturer
     0 Jun 2007 - 09 Jun 2007          other, uSA                         24 nov 2007 - 0 Dec 2007           2 Sep 2007 - 29 oct 2007
     Attend conference, France          Approx: $6,300                     Attend meeting, other, China        Collaborate with colleagues,
     Approx: $4,600                     8 Mar 2007 - 26 Mar 2007          Approx: $3,600                      undertake teaching, China
                                        Attend meeting, Malaysia                                               Approx: $4,700
     octavian Dranga, lecturer          other, Singapore                   Jason Holdsworth, lecturer
     0 Apr 2007 - 09 Apr 2007          Approx: $3,400                     09 oct 2007 - 06 Dec 2007           Wayne read, Head of School
     Attend conference, Japan           05 Dec 2007 - 5 Dec 2007          SSp, nZ                             and Ass professor
     Approx: $4,300                     present paper, Attend confer-      Approx: $2,900                      06 Sep 2007 -  Sep 2007
     peter Grabau, Senior lecturer      ence, other, Singapore                                                 Attend meeting, Market univer-
     23 Jun 2007 - 30 Jun 2007          Approx: $5,700                     Dmitry konovalov, lecturer          sity, China
     undertake teaching, Singapore                                         09 oct 2007 - 9 oct 2007           Approx: $4,200
     Approx: $3,00                     Chengwang lei, Senior lecturer     Deliver lecture, China              0 Dec 2007 - 5 Dec 2007
     9 May 2007 - 26 May 2007          3 May 2007 - 25 May 2007          Approx: $3,200                      Deliver keynote address,
     undertake teaching, Singapore      Market university, China                                               uSAca
     Approx: $3,000                     Approx: $6,500                     bruce litow, Associate profes-      Approx: $5,800
     28 Apr 2007 - 05 May 2007                                             sor
     undertake teaching, Singapore                                                                             Andrew Walsh, Senior lecturer
                                        Jeffrey loughran, Head of          20 May 2007 - 27 May 2007
     Approx: $3,000                                                                                            Astrophysics
                                        School                             present paper, Attend confer-
     24 Mar 2007 - 3 Mar 2007          03 Jun 2007 - 07 Jun 2007          ence, Collaborate with col-         23 Aug 2007 - 4 oct 2007
     undertake teaching, Singapore      Market university, India           leagues, China                      present paper, Germany
     Approx: $3,000                     Approx: $3,000                     Approx: $2,200                      Deliver lecture, Germany, uk,
     24 Feb 2007 - 03 Mar 2007                                                                                 uSA
     undertake teaching, Singapore      karen Montgomery, Marketing        Carrie lui, lecturer                Attend conference, Attend
     Approx: $3,00                     and Development officer            03 Jan 2007 - 4 Jan 2007           meeting, Germany
     03 Feb 2007 - 0 Feb 2007          03 Jun 2007 - 07 Jun 2007          present paper, Attend confer-       Collaborate with colleagues,
     undertake teaching, Singapore      Market university, India           ence, uSA                           Japan, Germany, uk, uSA
     Approx: $3,00                     Approx: $2,700                     Approx: $2,500                      Approx: $5,500




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ronald White, Senior lecturer     Maree Mccarthy, JCu brisbane      Jodie Duignan-George, execu-        05 Sep 2007 - 30 Sep 2007
25 nov 2007 -  Dec 2007         teaching Staff                    tive officer                        Attend conference, norway
Collaborate with colleagues,      06 Dec 2007 - 2 Dec 2007          Sep 2007 - 5 Sep 2007           Collaborate with colleagues,
undertake research, Serbia,       undertake teaching, China         Attend meeting, Collaborate         China
uSA                               Approx: $4,000                    with colleagues, Singapore          other, Ireland, Sweden, russia
Approx: $,000                                                      Approx: $2,600                      Approx: $27,600
                                  student seRVICes and
Daniel Zamykal, Casual            QualIty assuRanCe                 International operations            Alex Salvador, Ausaid liasion
research Assistant, Casual                                          Sarah Anderton, Study Abroad
teaching                          robin Mctaggart, pro-vice                                             officer
                                  Chancellor                        officer                             7 Jun 2007 - 23 Jun 2007
09 Dec 2007 - 4 Dec 2007
present paper, new Zealand        3 May 2007 - 22 May 2007         28 Feb 2007 - 3 May 2007           Market university, papua new
Approx: $3,000                    Deliver keynote address, pres-    Market university, China            Guinea
                                  ent paper, Attend conference,     Approx: $6,500                      Approx: $6,200
peter phillips, Casual research   Collaborate with colleagues,
Worker, Scholarship Holder        Colomba                           Anthony bradley, Marketing          neha Sen, Marketing officer
 May 2007 - 28 May 2007         Approx: $2,900                   officer                             8 Aug 2007 - 24 Sep 2007
undertake teaching, China         02 nov 2007 - 5 nov 2007         09 May 2007 - 04 Jun 2007
                                  Deliver keynote address, Attend                                       Market university, India
Approx: $3,000                                                      Market university, Chile, brazil,   Approx: $3,00
                                  conference, Conduct work-         peru, Mexico & Japan                07 nov 2007 - 27 nov 2007
ChanCelleRy                       shops, thailand                   Approx: $23,400                     Market university, Austria, Ger-
                                  Approx: $200
                                                                    29 Aug 2007 - 26 Sep 2007           many, netherlands, France
John Grey, Chancellor
                                  nick Szorenyi-reischl, Quality    Market university, Chile, brazil,   Approx: $22,800
02 Dec 2007 - 06 Dec 2007
Attend meeting, Singapore         Assurance officer                 peru, Colombia, Mexico
Approx: $7,200                    24 Feb 2007 - 27 Feb 2007         Approx: $20,400                     Morelle turner, Manager transn
                                  Attend meeting, from Singapore    27 oct 2007 - 05 nov 2007
                                                                                                        ational,partnersandComp
Sandra Harding, vice-Chan-        Approx: $,400                    Market university, Japan and
                                                                                                        4 nov 2007 - 29 nov 2007
cellor                                                              korea
                                                                                                        Attend meeting, Singapore/
03 Mar 2007 - 07 Mar 2007         Teaching and Learning Devel-      Approx: $,800
                                                                                                        China
Chair meeting, other, Singapore   opment
                                                                                                        Approx: $8,900
Approx: $6,300                                                      lisa Cowan, Manager, Interna-
2 Apr 2007 - 27 Apr 2007         kay Martinez, Academic educa-     tional Admissions
Attend conference, Attend         tional Developer                                                      Student Services and Admin-
                                                                    25 Feb 2007 - 27 Mar 2007
meeting, uSA                      2 Aug 2007 - 29 nov 2007                                             istration
                                                                    Market university, uSA,
Approx: $4,300                   SSp, Attend conference,           Canada, Mexico
3 May 2007 - 7 May 2007         Collaborate with colleagues,      Approx: $,900                     noela Anderson, operations
Attend meeting, Singapore         undertake research, united        23 May 2007 - 04 Jun 2007           Co-ordinator, exams
Approx: $5,900                    kingdom                                                               28 Aug 2007 - 08 Sep 2007
                                                                    Attend conference, Market
2 Sep 2007 - 8 Sep 2007         Approx: $6,00                                                        Attend conference, new
                                                                    university, uSA
Attend meeting, Graduation                                                                              Zealand
Ceremonies, Singapore, China      Audrey Milton, educational        Approx: $9,000
                                                                    2 Sep 2007 - 28 Sep 2007           Approx: $2,00
Approx: $7,800                    Development Advisor
02 Dec 2007 - 06 Dec 2007         25 Apr 2007 - 8 May 2007         present paper, Attend confer-
                                                                    ence, Market university,            Julie Devery, Co-ordinator,
Attend meeting, Singapore         present paper, Attend seminar,
                                  Attend meeting, Collaborate       Canada, uSA                         operationsandClnt Serv
Approx: $8,800
                                  with colleagues, united king-     Approx: $0,900                     0 Mar 2007 - 8 Mar 2007
Registrar’s Office                dom and Singapore                                                     Collaborate with colleagues,
                                  Approx: $400                      Anna ekstrand, Marketing            Singapore
roger yeldham, Ceremonies         05 Jul 2007 -  Jul 2007         officer                             Approx: $4,00
Co-ordinator                      present paper, Attend confer-     30 Jan 2007 - 23 Feb 2007
03 Sep 2007 - 20 Sep 2007         ence, new Zealand                 Market university, India            Caryn patterson, Manager
other, Fiji, Singapore, China     Approx: $2,400                    Approx: $22,000                     Admissions/examinations
Approx: $7,000                                                      2 Mar 2007 - 23 Mar 2007           28 Aug 2007 - 0 Sep 2007
                                  CaIRns, InteRnatIonal             Market university, India            Attend conference, new
Audit and Assurance Unit          and deVelopment                   Approx: $2,400                     Zealand
                                  Scott bowman, pvC-Cairns                                              Approx: $,800
yen Hong Ang, Manager Audit
                                  Academic planning and Devel-      Janine Hourn, International         Angela thompson, partnerships
and Assurance unit
24 oct 2007 - 26 oct 2007         opment                            Admissions officer                  enrolments officer
Attend meeting, nZ                03 Mar 2007 - 09 May 2007         6 Sep 2007 - 30 Sep 2007           0 Mar 2007 - 8 Mar 2007
Approx: $2,000                    Attend conference, Attend         Market university, Sweden,          Collaborate with colleagues,
                                  meeting, Singapore                norway                              Singapore
deputy VICe-ChanCel-              Approx: $7,600                    Approx: $25,600                     Approx: $4,00
loR’s offICe                      4 Mar 2007 - 2 Mar 2007                                             25 nov 2007 - 29 nov 2007
                                  Market university, other, China   Ailsa lamont, Associate Direc-      Collaborate with colleagues,
Harry Hyland, Deputy vice-        Approx: $8,600                    tor, Marketing                      Conduct workshops, other,
Chancellor                        24 May 2007 - 07 Jun 2007         3 Feb 2007 - 23 Mar 2007           Singapore
03 Mar 2007 - 07 Mar 2007         Attend conference, Collaborate    Market university, netherlands,
Attend meeting, Singapore         with colleagues, Market univer-                                       Approx: $0
                                                                    Ireland, uk, France, Sweden,
Approx: $5,600                    sity, uSA and Canada
3 Jun 2007 - 6 Jun 2007         Approx: $3,700                   Denmark, Spain                      ReseaRCh and
Attend meeting, Singapore         3 Jun 2007 - 6 Jun 2007         Approx: $33,200                     InnoVatIon
Collaborate with colleagues,      Attend meeting, Market univer-     May 2007 - 05 Jun 2007
Singapore                         sity, Singapore                   Market university, brazil, peru,    Glenn Almany, postdoctoral
Approx: $5,900                    Approx: $5,500                    Colombia, uSA, China                research Associate
2 Sep 2007 - 6 Sep 2007         2 Sep 2007 - 22 Sep 2007         Approx: $7,300                     8 Feb 2007 - 20 Mar 2007
Attend meeting, other, Singa-     Attend meeting, Market univer-    02 Jul 2007 - 06 Jul 2007           undertake research, papua
pore                              sity, Singapore                   Attend meeting, Singapore           new Guinea
Approx: $800                      Approx: $,500                   Approx: $5,500                      Approx: $2,00




                                                                                       2 0 0 7 A n n uA l r e p o rt: pA rt 2           «   7
     7 Apr 2007 - 29 Apr 2007         Andrew baird, Senior research     Advanced Analytical Centre       InfoRmatIon teChnol-
     Collaborate with colleagues,      Fellow                                                             ogy and ResouRCes
     undertake research, papua         2 Mar 2007 - 03 Apr 2007         Ainsley Calladine, Senior re-
     new Guinea                        Collaborate with colleagues,      search officer                   John Anderson, Computing
     Approx: $2,700                    Indonesia                         4 Jul 2007 - 09 Feb 2008        officer
     06 May 2007 - 20 May 2007         Approx: $4,700                    Collaborate with colleagues,     04 Feb 2007 - 09 Feb 2007
     Collaborate with colleagues,      22 Jun 2007 - 3 Jul 2007         undertake research, Conduct      Attend conference, uSA
     undertake research, papua         Collaborate with colleagues,      workshops, uSA                   Approx: $5,400
     new Guinea                        undertake research, undertake     Approx: $4,000
     Approx: $0                        teaching, Conduct workshops,                                       Cameron Huddlestone-Holmes,
     29 Jun 2007 - 24 Jul 2007         Japan                             Graduate Research School         DArt project Manager
     present paper, Attend confer-     Approx: $5,000                                                     4 Apr 2007 - 9 Apr 2007
     ence, Attend meeting, Col-        26 nov 2007 - 24 Dec 2007         Helene Marsh, Dean of post-      present paper, Attend confer-
     laborate with colleagues, South   Collaborate with colleagues,      graduate Studies                 ence, Italy
     Africa                            Conduct workshops, Indonesia      3 May 2007 - 27 May 2007        Approx: $6,500
     Approx: $4,300                    Approx: $3,200                    Market university, China
                                                                         Approx: $7,200                   nigel Sim, Archer project of-
     lewis Anderson, research          line bay, postdoctoral re-        27 oct 2007 - 02 nov 2007        ficer, Casual teaching
     Worker                            search Associate                  Attend conference, Abu Dhabi     09 Sep 2007 - 9 Sep 2007
     8 Feb 2007 - 04 Mar 2007         6 Jun 2007 - 28 Jun 2007         Approx: $0                       Attend conference, uk
     undertake research, papua         present paper, Attend confer-     24 nov 2007 - 04 Dec 2007        Approx: $5,500
     new Guinea                        ence, Conduct workshops, new      present paper, South Africa
     Approx: $,300                    Zealand                           Approx: $900                     Ian Atkinson, Associate profes-
                                       Approx: $3,00
                                                                                                          sor
     Joshua Cinner, potdoctoral
                                                                         robert Crowther, Scholarship     22 Apr 2007 - 28 Apr 2007
     research Associate                Joshua Cinner, postdoctoral
                                                                         Holder, Casual teaching          present paper, Collaborate with
     07 Mar 2007 -  Mar 2007         research Associate
                                                                         3 Aug 2007 - 7 Sep 2007        colleagues, India
     Deliver keynote address, Attend   22 Jun 2007 - 09 Jul 2007
                                                                         present paper, Attend confer-    Approx: $,200
     meeting,                          Attend conference, Conduct
                                                                         ence, uk
     Collaborate with colleagues,      workshops, South Africa
     uSA                               Approx: $5,600
                                                                         Approx: $4,700                   InfoRmatIon and
     Approx: $2,400                                                                                       CoRpoRate seRVICes
     03 Apr 2007 - 4 May 2007         terry Hughes, ArC Federation      Steve turton, Director JCu/
                                                                         CSIro trop landscape             Sandy bell, Head, Student
     Deliver lecture, uSA              Fellow
                                                                         04 Mar 2007 -  Mar 2007        Finance
     Collaborate with colleagues,      0 Sep 2007 - 2 Sep 2007
                                                                         present paper, Attend confer-    2 Aug 2007 - 27 Aug 2007
     uSA, brazil, kenya                Attend meeting, Collaborate
                                                                         ence, Collaborate with col-      Attend conference, new
     undertake research, Conduct       with colleagues, Sweden
                                                                         leagues, India                   Zealand
     workshops, kenya                  Approx: $5,000
     Approx: $5,700                    2 Sep 2007 - 3 oct 2007         other, India                     Approx: $2,800
     Simon Foale, principal re-        Deliver keynote address, Spain    Approx: $4,900
     search Fellow                     Attend meeting, Collaborate       22 Apr 2007 - 27 Apr 2007        Graeme evans, Study plan
     02 Jul 2007 - 0 Jul 2007         with colleagues, Conduct work-    Collaborate with colleagues,     Manager
     present paper, Holland            shops, France                     other, Indonesia                 25 nov 2007 - 29 nov 2007
     Approx: $5,800                    Approx: $7,00                   Approx: $2,400                   Conduct workshops, other,
                                                                         3 Jul 2007 - 22 Jul 2007        Singapore
     Morgan pratchett, ArC Senior      bob pressey, professor            present paper, Attend confer-    Approx: $2,700
     research Fellow                   20 May 2007 - 02 Jun 2007         ence, Mexico
     8 Feb 2007 - 04 Mar 2007         Deliver keynote address, Attend   Approx: $7,000
     Collaborate with colleagues,      conference, Collaborate with
     undertake research, pnG           colleagues, undertake teaching,   norman palmer, pro-vice
     Approx: $,800                    Conduct workshops, turkey         Chancellor
     03 May 2007 - 8 May 2007         Approx: $3,500                    04 May 2007 - 3 May 2007
     Collaborate with colleagues,      04 Dec 2007 - 6 Dec 2007         Attend conference, Attend
     undertake research, French        Deliver keynote address,          seminar, Collaborate with col-
     polynesia                         Indonesia                         leagues, uSA
     Approx: $5,700                    Approx: $0                        Approx: $3,200




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