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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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Opinion: Victoria’s wild storms show how easily disasters can threaten our water supply

The wild storms that recently raged across eastern Victoria caused major property and environmental damage, and loss of lives. They’ve also triggered serious water contamination incidents.

Western Sydney University celebrates June graduation

Western Sydney University will celebrate the achievements of more than 4,300 graduands as part of its June graduation ceremonies being held at the Parramatta South campus from 18–25 June.

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Western Sydney University success in major global rankings

Western Sydney University has continued to improve its international standing in the latest prestigious world rankings, reaffirming the University’s reputation as a world-leader when it comes to research, education and innovation.

International report affirms children’s rights in the digital world

A report led by Western Sydney University and the 5Rights Foundation has documented the digital experiences of children across the globe, informing a landmark guidance released by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.

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