News Centre archive - 2013

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Dr Sev Ozdowski New

Open Forum: Does Australia Need Anti-Terrorism Laws?

The Secretary of the Attorney-General’s department Mr Roger Wilkins AO will discuss the challenge of balancing Australia’s Anti-Terrorism laws with the country’s human rights obligations.

Sione Felila

UWS graduate finds his groove on The Voice

The University of Western Sydney’s Bachelor of Music program is establishing a tradition as a training ground for talented singers on Channel Nine’s hit show The Voice.


UWS offers a steer-raising challenge for local school students

More and more countries are coming out of poverty and joining the industrial, beef-eating world, which makes a rapid increase in beef demand inevitable.

Female Orphan School

It's my party: Are Australian political parties true to their founders?

Three of the nation's strongest political hard hitters - John Faulkner, Joe Hockey and Bob Brown - will reflect on the foundations on which their respective parties have been built at a unique event hosted by the Whitlam Institute.

Renu Narchal

Apply, apply, negative reply: Research reveals the job-seeking experiences of migrants in Australia

A University of Western Sydney study has found that securing suitable employment can be a long, difficult and disappointing process for skilled migrants following their arrival in Australia.

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UWS snares the snitch at Tri-Wizard Tournament

The University of Western Sydney Quidditch Club became champions on Sunday 21 April when the Tri-Wizard Tournament flew into the Kingswood Campus.


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