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Australian men are being urged to loosen their neck ties, shrug off their work vests and get their blood pumping by heading back to nature with their friends and family as part of Men’s Health Week 2012.
In a speech delivered to a large audience which included politicians from both sides of the House, former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser has called for greater cooperation between political parties.
Persistent clouds cast a grey haze over Sydney skies on Wednesday 6th June 2012, but crowds still gathered at the University of Western Sydney’s Penrith campus Observatory.
The University of Western Sydney’s Campbelltown campus was taken over by high school students this week, as they attended a full day of information sessions.
Buy young children the latest toy and they may be more interested in playing with the cardboard box; take them to the local park, and they may wander away from the playground.
UWS and Whitlam Institute welcome $7 million in Federal funding to restore historic Female Orphan School
“Prime Minister, this is a good day. It is a very good day in so many ways.” So proclaimed Professor Janice Reid, UWS Vice-Chancellor, following Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s announcement of $7 million in Federal funding.