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Australia’s bushfire smoke is lapping the globe, and the law is too lame to catch it

Smoke from Australia’s bushfires has travelled far beyond its origins. It crossed New Zealand and South America, and within days had drifted halfway around the globe.


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Can Tennis Australia honour Margaret Court and promote LGBT+ inclusivity at the same time?

As play heats up at the Australian Open this week, so, too, has the debate around Australia’s most decorated tennis player, Margaret Court.


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Value beyond money: Australia’s special dependence on volunteer firefighters

Australia’s unprecedented bushfires have cemented its rural firefighters at the heart of the nation’s identity.


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Sport can be an important part of Aboriginal culture for women – but many barriers remain

Regular exercise is important for Indigenous women’s health, as it protects against obesity and chronic conditions such as heart disease and diabetes.


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Research examines future of manufacturing in Australia and calls for new policy approach

Research examines future of manufacturing in Australia and calls for new policy approach


Western Sydney University continues to reduce inequality one year on as United Nations global hub

Western Sydney University is celebrating one year as the United Nations Academic Impact Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) global hub for reducing inequality.



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