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Flight or fright: what future for the emus of east coast Australia?

Scientists have mapped historic shifts to project how regional emu populations are likely to change in the next 50 years.


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It revitalises me: Passion for helping people leads to accolades for nursing student

A Western Sydney University nursing student has been recognised for her substantial contributions to the communities of Western Sydney.


World first discovery confirms model of the evolution of our Universe

World first discovery confirms model of the evolution of our Universe


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Vale David Cameron Hazlett

Western Sydney University is deeply saddened by the passing of David Cameron Hazlett.


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Expert warns of depression risk in aftermath of Cyclone Imogen

A Western Sydney University rural health expert is calling for additional economic support for businesses and increased disaster relief and recovery services, to help address the potential mental health impacts of Cyclone Imogen.


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Opinion: The world’s oldest story? Astronomers say global myths about ‘seven sisters’ stars may reach back 100,000 years

In the northern sky in December is a beautiful cluster of stars known as the Pleiades, or the “seven sisters”. Look carefully and you will probably count six stars. So why do we say there are seven of them?



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