News Centre archive
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Shovels at the ready: NSW Premier gets construction underway on the new Parramatta City campus
At a formal ground breaking ceremony construction has officially commenced on One Parramatta Square (1PSQ) - the flagship University of Western Sydney Parramatta City Campus.
The economic reform path Greece must now follow
The world may have heaved a sigh of relief over Greece’s last minute debt deal, but in Greece the conditional four-month extension is widely viewed as a major retraction for the new government.
Foreign real estate changes a decoy; expert
The move to introduce new fees and greater scrutiny of foreign real-estate investors is a decoy drawing attention away from Australia’s unfettered commitment to offshore investment.
Angst over berries makes case for ‘good, clean, fair’ food
For consumers worried about where their food comes from, part of the long-term solution lies in more food consumers becoming food literate and empowered to exercise their influence.
Smart decisions on light rail will pay dividends
The first stage of the Western Sydney Light Rail Network should be a ‘smart’ route linking the employment and residential precincts of Westmead, Carlingford, Camellia and Olympic Park, says UWS.
UWS guides HS students to Fast Forward tertiary study
The University of Western Sydney ran its annual Fast Forward Year 12 Conference with the involvement of 600 Year 12 students from 46 Greater Western Sydney high schools recently.