News Centre archive
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories.
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How our research is helping clean up coal-mining pollution in a World Heritage-listed river
The Wollangambe River in New South Wales is a gift of nature, flowing through the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains. So it was with a sense of irony that bushwalkers noticed unnatural flow and discolouration in the river.
Sydneysiders blame foreign investors for high housing prices – survey
Sydneysiders are concerned that foreign investors, and particularly Chinese real estate investors, are pushing up housing prices, according to survey findings published this month.
Curious Kids: Why do adults think video games are bad?
Parents and children have different ideas when it comes to video games. The aim should be for kids to spend some time on their screens, but also enjoy other kinds of interests with family and friends.
Partnerships with industry boosted after Australian Research Council grant success
Western Sydney University researchers have been given a boost in their quest to develop the next generation of fire-resistant building materials and optimise the interaction of natural compounds.
Government outlines new multicultural statement at Open Forum
As the Federal Government introduces a strict new citizenship test, Assistant Minister for Multicultural Affairs Senator Zed Seselja will address an upcoming Western Sydney Open Forum.
Big Black Thing gives voice to a new generation of writers
This new literary series gives voice to some of Western Sydney’s most exciting writers from culturally diverse backgrounds.