News Centre archive - 2016
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2016.
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While the Anzac story was produced in colonial White Australia, Australia today is vastly different in demographic terms and is made up of people whose histories increasingly lie elsewhere.
New vaccination regulations for parents looking to enrol their children in NSW child care centers has succeeded in reminding forgetful parents, but failed to affect conscientious objectors.
Western Sydney University’s Board of Trustees from time to time formally recognises outstanding contributions of individuals and organisations in the Greater Western Sydney community.
It is difficult to find a public transport solution to Sydney’s congestion problem. Central to the problem is the journey-to-work rat race in Sydney’s west.
Piath Machut arrived in Australia from Sudan as a small child, and the NSW Government is now drawing on Piath’s experiences after appointing her to the Youth Advisory Council.
The Female Orphan School on the banks of the Parramatta River is throwing open its doors to the community, with tours, art displays and more, as part of the annual National Trust Festival.