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Opinion: What art are you engaging with in lockdown? Australians are mostly watching TV — but music, singing and dancing do more for your mood

How have you been passing the time during lockdown? Have you been taking an online drawing class, or did you join an online choir?

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Opinion: China’s new rules allow kids on video games just three hours a week – but gaming addiction isn’t about time, it’s about attitude

People in China under the age of 18 will only be allowed to play video games between 8pm and 9pm on Fridays, weekends and on public holidays, under new rules introduced this week.


Shedding new light on the molecular detail of COVID-19

Researchers from Western Sydney University have joined the global race to better understand COVID-19.

New report into digitalising construction practices launched

Western Sydney University’s Centre for Smart Modern Construction (c4SMC) has released a landmark report on the status of the digitalisation of the state’s construction industry.

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Opinion: I turned to The Secret Life of Us for warm nostalgia. Instead, I found jarring memories

In the throes of lockdown, the desire for certainty is unequivocal. The pandemic has shattered the predictability of our everyday lives, making the future precarious. Where to seek solace?

New planting guide creates a ‘buzz’ in Blue Mountains’ orchards

Western Sydney University researchers have been working with the Wheen Bee Foundation to produce a new pollinator-friendly planting guide to support growers in the Blue Mountains region.

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