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The Conversation: Christchurch attacks strike at the heart of Muslims’ safe places from Islamophobia
The terror attacks at the Al Noor and Linwood Mosques in Christchurch send a message to Muslims: there is no safe space from Islamophobia.
Voting is a key part of the democratic process. It allows all citizens of a certain age to have a say on matters important to them. Voting in federal elections and referendums is compulsory for every Australian aged 18 and over.
Most citizen science initiatives ask people to record living things, like frogs, wombats, or feral animals. But dead things can also be hugely informative for science.
The latest Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) evaluation confirms Western Sydney University as a world-leading research institution.
Western Sydney University has once again participated in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, held on Saturday, 2 March.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s Liberal-National government was returned to office on Saturday nigh. With the victory came some wreckage, and largely unexpected beneficiaries.