News Centre archive
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Why big data may be having a big effect on how our politics plays out
There is much public interest in the dazzling party machinations at hand. But what may be of greater significance is the deployment of big data technologies to manipulate political margins to a great effect.
Research finds changes to financial advice sector will rebuild public trust
Federal Government legislation to professionalise the financial advice sector in Australia will help restore confidence in the beleaguered sector.
Dr Stephen FitzGerald AO to deliver Whitlam Institute Gough Whitlam Oration
Australia's first ambassador to the People's Republic of China will deliver the 2017 Gough Whitlam Oration.
Equality Unlimited: Western Sydney University prepares for the 2017 Mardi Gras
Western Sydney University is proud to once again participate in the annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade being held on Saturday 4 March.
Prize fight over live-streamed sport will continue long after final bell
When a Brisbane boxing fan streamed Danny Green vs Anthony Mundine through a smartphone and Facebook Live, he landed quite a blow beneath Foxtel’s belt.
Multi-million dollar research grant supports superior sleep
The personalised treatment utilises existing MARCS Institute technology comprised of a T-shirt that simultaneously monitors cardiac and respiratory function.