News Centre archive
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New mothers, infants and adolescents face challenges to healthy food and nutrition - research shows
Huge challenges are preventing new mothers, their infants and adolescents from eating healthy food and getting adequate nutrition.
Upcoming forum to explore resilience in the Hawkesbury
Residents of the Hawkesbury are invited to join an upcoming forum presented by Western Sydney University and partners, that will explore community resilience to climate events.
Opinion: 3 out of 10 girls skip class because of painful periods. And most won’t talk to their teacher about it
More than one-third of young women in a nationwide survey said they missed at least one class, either at school or university, in the past three months due to menstrual symptoms.
Opinion: Hope and religion in a time of crisis: evidence from Colombia and South Africa
Strict lock-down regulations, that have been implemented during the COVID-19, pandemic have broad implications for well-being. In many countries, businesses and other operations had to adjust or close.
Western Sydney University opens new retail precinct Caddens Corner
The much anticipated Caddens Corner neighbourhood shopping centre, developed by Western Sydney University, has officially opened.
Research excellence continues with success in 2021 Australian Research Council grants
Western Sydney University has been awarded ARC Discovery and Linkage research grants to address national and international research priorities.