News Centre archive
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NSW Health Minister opens multi-million dollar Macarthur Clinical School
Western Sydney University and South Western Sydney Local Health District will open the $21 million Macarthur Clinical School at Campbelltown Hospital today – a significant milestone for the University's School of Medicine, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.
Royal commission provides a vital blueprint for justice for sex abuse victims – now it’s time to act
Adult survivors of child sexual abuse have long complained about police disinterest in so-called “historical” sexual abuse complaints: when a report is made years after the alleged offence.
Up, up and away: How Australia’s space law is evolving due to technology
Against the backdrop of governments and businesses introducing new space-related technologies to launch satellites, deliver parcels and devise plans to mine asteroids, Australia is reviewing legislation that governs its civil space activities.
How safe are heartburn medications and who should use them?
Many people suffer regularly from heartburn - a burning feeling in the chest caused by stomach acid travelling up the food pipe (oesophagus) after eating. The most commonly prescribed medications are "proton pump inhibitors".
Research calls for young people with physical disabilities to share their experiences
A new Western Sydney University doctoral study aims to understand the unique skills and perspectives of young people who live with a physical disability.
Western Sydney University joins IRU
Western Sydney University (WSU) confirmed today that it has accepted an invitation to join the Innovative Research Universities (IRU) network.