News Centre archive
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1 in 10 children affected by bushfires is Indigenous. We’ve been ignoring them for too long
The catastrophic bushfire season is officially over, but governments, agencies and communities have failed to recognise the specific and disproportionate impact the fires have had on Aboriginal peoples.
Digital Divide: report finds tech access deficit must be addressed in the West
Released today, Western Sydney University’s CatalystWest report highlights equitable access to technology a key concern for leaders and innovators in western Sydney.
Opinion: Using nursing assistants to fill coronavirus gaps brings risks if they’re not up to the job
The number of people going to hospital with the coronavirus is expected to rise, putting a strain on our health and aged care services and their workforce.
Opinion: What is homeschooling? And should I be doing that with my kid during the coronavirus lockdown?
“How to home school” has been trending on Google for the past few weeks as more and more children stay home from school because of COVID-19.
Opinion: The safest sex you’ll never have: how coronavirus is changing online dating
When Tinder issued an in-app public service announcement regarding COVID-19 on March 3 we all had a little laugh as a panoply of memes and gags hit the internet.
Opinion: The government’s coronavirus mobile app is a solid effort, but it could do even better
The Australian government has launched an app offering up-to-date advice and information on the COVID-19 pandemic. Let’s take a look at whether this latest digital initiative hits the nail on the head.