News Centre archive
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China’s new anti-corruption body raises worrying questions about the rule of law
Corruption is thought to cost China US$86 billion each year. Widespread corruption at all levels of Chinese society also worsens economic inequality, which could potentially lead to social unrest.
Survey suggests sushi should be on the State of Origin menu
In the lead-up to State of Origin, Western Sydney University experts in sport management and hospitality say Origin venues could combat high levels of consumer dissatisfaction by selling sushi to footy fans.
New opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students through GE Healthcare partnership
GE Healthcare has partnered with Western Sydney University to provide new scholarship opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students looking to pursue a career in public health
Western Sydney University officially opens its Parramatta high-rise campus
Western Sydney University has officially unveiled its $220.5 million flagship campus in the Parramatta CBD – a major economic catalyst that is set to transform Australia's fastest growing city and the broader Western Sydney region.
Is this the budget that forgot renters?
The measures in the 2017-18 federal budget targeting the supply of lower-cost rental housing are limited. For the majority of Australia’s renters, housing will remain unaffordable, insecure and out of reach.
UniSchools Steer Challenge puts high school students to the test
The annual UniSchools Steer Challenge has kicked off at Western Sydney University in an attempt to equip high school students with the skills and knowledge needed to raise a steer.