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Western’s artwork is an example of reconciliation in practice

Early last year, Western Sydney University’s Executive team, together with a group of academics and professional staff, participated in a full-day cultural exchange workshop to enhance their understanding of Country and culture.


Passion, opportunity and finding voice: Western music graduate Chloe Hulewicz

When Chloe Hulewicz was 3 years old, her parents bought her a toy piano. After noticing how much she loved playing it, they organised lessons when Chloe was 5 – and she hasn’t stopped playing since.


Community workshop sheds light on microplastics in Hawkesbury-Nepean River for a brighter future

Western Sydney University, in collaboration with Streamwatch and Greater Sydney Landcare, has joined volunteers as part of a hands-on workshop to assess microplastics present in the Hawkesbury-Nepean River.


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New standard to improve the care of 7.7 million Australians who receive IV cannulas or ‘drips’ each year

New standard to improve the care of 7.7 million Australians who receive IV cannulas or ‘drips’ each year


Whitlam Cabramatta home to be restored and preserved as national heritage asset

The Commonwealth Government is providing $1.3 million for the purchase and restoration of former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam’s family home, the Hon Ben Morton MP, Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister and Cabinet announced.


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New funding to support health professionals caring for new mothers’ mental health

Western Sydney University has received over $500,000 in new funding to develop a state-of-the-art digital training program to better support the mental health of women in Australia during pregnancy and after birth.



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