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Medical student and youth cancer advocate recognised

Nikhil Autar believes ‘you don't need to be a doctor to make a difference. Just as long as you can make a positive impact in this world for someone else’. A medical student at the University, Nikhil is this year’s recipient of the Chancellor’s Unsung Heroes Award.

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Opinion: You can’t be what you can’t see: the benefits for and the pressures on First Nations sportswomen

A record number of female Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander athletes represented Australia at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.

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Opinion: Another school has banned mobile phones but research shows bans don’t stop bullying or improve student grades

This week, one Sydney high school made headlines for banning mobile phones during school hours. Phones can come to school but must stay in locked pouches.

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Opinion: Sepsis is serious during pregnancy, but thankfully it is still rare

The tragic case of Annie Moylan, who died in Melbourne in 2017 from sepsis, when 18 weeks pregnant, has put a spotlight on this life-threatening condition.

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Western Sydney University, Charles Darwin University & the Menzies partner to establish medical school

CDU, Western and the Menzies School of Health Research have signed a MoU to support the CDU Menzies School of Medicine.

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Opinion: How ‘fast’ politics has left the NSW government staring into the electoral abyss

The 1973 Watergate Committee hearings ran for 51 days. The revelations drew a huge audience. The pressure built with slow, devastating intensity, devouring then US President Richard Nixon’s agenda, eventually leaving him no option but to fall on his sword.

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