Power shut down building 29 WIC – Saturday 18 August

As part of the University’s planned maintenance activities, Spotless wish to conduct mandatory testing of Residual Current Devices and Distribution Boards in building 29 (WIC) on Saturday the 18th of August between 6am and 10am. The testing shall result in power...
New food truck on campus

New food truck on campus

We are pleased to welcome a new food truck to Campus on Thursdays. The Old School Bus is exactly what the name suggests, an old yellow school bus, transformed into a food truck. They specialise in gourmet savoury & sweet Jaffles, own blend locally-roasted coffee,...

Accommodation available close to Waite

A fully furnished three bedroom house on Grandview Avenue, Urrbrae is available for rent on a short-term or long-term basis. Only a short walk to the Waite campus, this property may suit visiting academics or students. View listing at the link below for full details...
Death cap mushroom warning

Death cap mushroom warning

WARNING Death Cap mushrooms, Amanita phalloides, have been found in the Arboretum and are present on the Waite Campus. Ingestion of even a small amount will cause serious illness and may be fatal. You are advised not to pick or eat any wild mushrooms as poisonous...
Friday Social Soccer

Friday Social Soccer

Calling all Waite campus staff and students. Who’s in for social soccer, Friday lunchtimes at Waite Oval? Please contact Gabriel if you would like to play. Gabriel Bucco Gabriel.Bucco@csiro.au Applications Developer | Software Services Information Management...
Vineyard and Orchard Access

Vineyard and Orchard Access

All staff, students, collocated partners and visitors are asked to consider that the following protocols must be observed when entering Waite vineyard or orchard areas. Please share this information with any of your colleagues, staff or students who may be affected....
Snake spotted near the Plant Research Centre

Snake spotted near the Plant Research Centre

A snake was spotted on the eastern side of the Plant Research Centre yesterday. The warm weather means there is always the possibility of snake sightings around Campus or during field activities. The DEWNR web site contains expert information about snakes in South...

Hazard Alert: Use and disposal of inorganic azides

Hazard Inorganic azides such as sodium azide present a dual hazard; on top of the toxicity they are also explosive. Whilst sodium azide – the most commonly-used inorganic azide – is not particularly shock-sensitive, when flushed into drains it can react with heavier...

HAZARD ALERT: Faulty water baths in laboratories

With regards to a recent incident, we are asking all laboratories on the Waite Campus to check the conditions of their water baths. Water baths must comply to the following requirements: Must have an over temperature cut out function Cannot boil dry Must not contain...

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