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How adaptable are common urban tree species under drought conditions?

Researchers in the Which Plant Where project based at Western Sydney University have assessed urban tree species to select species that are more likely to cope with heat and drought as they mature.

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Opinion: State arts service organisations: effective, engaged but endangered

This week the NSW government’s arts funding arm, Create NSW, removed or significantly reduced funding to arts service organisations. This short-sighted trend of cutting funding to arts organisations began several years ago.

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New joint education taskforce to drive economic recovery for Western Sydney

Four of Australia’s leading universities and TAFE NSW today announced the formation of a joint taskforce to drive an education led economic recovery for Western Sydney.

Labor Leader congratulates Western Sydney University Nursing students

Today, Western Sydney University welcomed the Leader of the Federal Opposition, the Hon Anthony Albanese MP, to its Parramatta South campus, to meet with School of Nursing and Midwifery staff and students.

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Celebrating science and technology at Western during National Science Week 2020

As part of National Science Week, Western is showcasing a variety of online events and activities suitable for all ages in celebration of science, engineering, mathematics, technology and innovation across the university.

School of Medicine appoints new Associate Dean Indigenous Health

Western Sydney University is pleased to announce Winninninni woman Professor Aunty Kerrie Doyle as the inaugural Associate Dean Indigenous Health within the School of Medicine.

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