News Centre archive
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Opinion: Australia’s housing laws are changing, but do they go far enough to prevent pet abandonment?
New South Wales recently became the latest state to end blanket bans on pets in apartments, joining Queensland and the ACT.
This year, 16 of Western Sydney University’s best and brightest competed online in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.
Western Sydney University will offer a range of online study sessions to assist Year 12 students in their preparations for the HSC during a disrupted year due to the pandemic.
Western Sydney University congratulates Timothy Hodge and Gordon Allan on their success at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games in the swimming and cycling events.
Opinion: Technology is key for refugees starting new lives in Australia. But women and children don’t have equal access
As evacuees from Afghanistan start their new lives in Australia, their ability to navigate the digital world will be crucial. Our research reveals how newly arrived refugees use digital technologies.
When the communities of Greater Western Sydney receive their all-important COVID-19 jab, there’s a strong chance they will be vaccinated by a proud contingent from Western Sydney University.