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This is the fourth article in The Conversation series, Australian Cities in the Asian Century: When it comes to access to housing in Australia, the playing field is far from even.
West Syd U, on your feet, let’s repeat! Can our NSW State Champions from Western Sydney take out another National Championship?
Western Sydney University Cheerleading Club is proud to be competing at the Australian Allstar Cheerleading Federation (AASCF) National Cheer & Dance Championships this weekend.
After years of strong housing market growth, Sydney’s property market is slowing. Despite this, housing stress remains a reality for many Sydneysiders, with rents remaining largely untouched.
If you follow wellness trends, you might’ve come across the claim that an infrared sauna, which heats the body with light, is better for you than a traditional sauna, which uses radiant heat from a stove.
Twenty-four years ago Professor Yi-Chen Lan first set foot in Western Sydney University as a Taiwanese international student.
It’s that time of year again when you receive your child’s school report. For some parents and carers, understanding what it means can be challenging.