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Western Sydney University’s tax clinic offerings expands to support the financially vulnerable

The Western Sydney University Tax Clinic will once again provide advice and support for unrepresented, lower income or vulnerable taxpayers and small businesses this year.


Report highlights wellbeing challenges for Australia’s mobile workers

In a new report, researchers from the University of Melbourne and Western Sydney University have found complex social and economic factors are impacting on the wellbeing of mobile workers.


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Expert: COVID-19 will expose the vulnerabilities of our orphaned older people

A Western Sydney University expert says there is an unknown population of older people in Australia who are friendless and alone, and are uniquely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Katherine McQueen

Western maintains strong commitment to retraining displaced workers

Western is continuing to assist displaced workers in developing new skills or retraining for new careers, through its ongoing short course programs.


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Opinion: TikTok can be good for your kids if you follow a few tips to stay safe

The video-sharing app TikTok is a hot political potato amid concerns over who has access to users’ personal data.The United States has moved to ban the app. Other countries, including Australia, have expressed concern.


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How adaptable are common urban tree species under drought conditions?

Researchers in the Which Plant Where project based at Western Sydney University have assessed urban tree species to select species that are more likely to cope with heat and drought as they mature.



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