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Western Sydney University researchers lead national project to improve menstrual health

Researchers from Western Sydney University have embarked upon a 12-month national project to change the way young women learn about, and deal with menstruation.

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Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year: year of the dog and a celebration of culture

Lunar New Year is a good time to reflect on positive contributions made by the Australian-Chinese community, according to Director of the Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture, Professor Labao Wang. However, 2018’s Year of the Dog, might not bring good fortune for all.

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When citizens set the budget: lessons from ancient Greece

Today elected representatives take the tough decisions about public finances behind closed doors. Politicians rarely ask voters what they think of budget options and they are no better at explaining the reasons for a budget.

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CatalystWest: Use the west as a test bed for health

Should western Sydney be used as Australia’s living health laboratory?More than 300 thought-leaders from industry, government and the community will discuss western Sydney’s capacity to drive the solutions to the nation’s health challenges – at CatalystWest.

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TropTalks traverse the trajectory of modern cinema

In a series of events for TropTalks – Tropfest’s ideas and education program – Western Sydney University experts will join a stellar line-up of screen industry innovators to discuss and debate the contemporary topics that are shaping the screen industry today.

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In Harley Windsor, Australia has its first Indigenous Winter Olympian – why has it taken so long?

Many Indigenous athletes have represented Australia at the Summer Olympics. But, in Pyeongchang, figure skater Harley Windsor is set to become Australia’s first Indigenous Winter Olympian.

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