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Campus grounds come alive with weird and wonderful art
Thirty lifejackets floating on an invisible ocean; a colonially-dressed monkey conducting an orchestra; and a giant discarded sock. These are just some of the weird and wonderful sculptures that will feature in the 2018 Sculpture Prize and Exhibition.
Western Sydney University introduces its Commonwealth Games contenders
Western Sydney University will cheer on three of its students, who are tipped to be medal contenders in the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Can the Commonwealth Games change perceptions of the Gold Coast?
Just as the Australian men’s cricket ball-tampering scandal exhausts itself at last, the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games appears, as if on cue, to fill the feelgood sporting void.
Public housing ban on people with drug records likely to do more harm than good, research tell us
The New South Wales government plans to ban people with a history of drug offences from living in social housing in parts of inner-city Sydney.
Can the cricketers banned for ball tampering ever regain their hero status? It’s happened before
Overnight, Cricket Australia handed out its promised “significant sanctions” for a ball-tampering incident that has engulfed the sport in scandal.
Indigenous language link reveals common ancestor
New research has found a ground-breaking link between Australian Indigenous languages, demonstrating for the first time that all Indigenous languages descend from one common ancestor.