News Centre archive
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Mad mobs and football hooligans- debunking the myths
Dr Clifford Stott was appointed by UEFA as Chief Scientific Advisor on their project training police commanders and stadium security managers for the 2012 European Championships in Poland and Ukraine.
Jewel of the West: Female Orphan School open for National Trust Heritage Festival
The iconic Female Orphan School has been witness to some of the most significant social changes in Australian history, so it is only fitting that it become the backdrop for events to celebrate the National Trust Heritage Festival.
UWS announces new partnership with CSIRO
The University of Western Sydney is pleased to announce Professor Rosemary Leonard as the inaugural UWS and CSIRO Joint Chair in Social Capital and Sustainability.
The US-Russian Space Station mission is a study in cooperation
The International Space Station The is probably the most complex and costly international infrastructure project ever undertaken, and the 15 partners have recently agreed to extend its operating life until 2024.
Bali 9: the AFP got its priorities wrong
The Australian Federal Police may have acted in accordance with Australian law in the Bali 9 case, but whether it acted morally is another matter
UWS hosts a symposium on planning for Western Sydney's first international airport
The Sydney Business Chamber has brought together aviation and planning experts for the first symposium on how Western Sydney’s international airport will work and how it can transform the city.