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Mark Latham in the upper house? A Coalition minority government? The NSW election is nearly upon us and it’s going to be a wild ride
We are but weeks away from an election in New South Wales and it will be eagerly watched. Not just for the outcome but for the implications for the looming federal election.
Housing affordability, a woe not simply for the rich.A great deal has been made of the ongoing investment into infrastructure in Greater Western Sydney – the recently-named Nancy-Bird Walton airport and the Metro West spring to mind.
On International Women’s Day, Western Sydney University recognises the achievements, impact and contributions of women not only here at the University and internationally, but also in our families and communities.
Western Sydney University was proud to support this year’s Seven News Young Achiever Awards, which recognise the talents and hard work of young people across the state.
Last Friday, the inaugural Western Women Transforming the Built Environment breakfast was held to honour the contribution of women in construction.
Board member and proud Western Sydney University alumna, Ms Carmel Hourigan, has been appointed Deputy Chancellor, while longstanding Board member Mr Christopher Brown AM has been appointed Pro Chancellor of the University.