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Opinion: Jobs deficit drives army of daily commuters out of Western Sydney

Western Sydney has a jobs problem. No other big regional economy in Australia fails in providing jobs for its residents more than this one. At the last census the Western Sydney jobs deficit – local jobs minus local workers – was 222,000.

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Opinion: Separating mothers with COVID-19 from their newborns does more harm than good

In several countries pregnant women confirmed or suspected to have COVID-19 are being required to have caesarean sections or be separated from their newborn babies to restrict COVID-19 transmission.

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Opinion: World Cup 2023 will be a massive boost for women’s sport – but does it make financial sense?

In the early hours of the morning, we learned Australia and New Zealand won their historic joint bid to host the FIFA 2023 Women’s World Cup

An abstract painting on canvas and a wooden box of art supplies sits on the rocks near the ocean. By Jade Stephens.

Future of arts in Australia: experts call for policy changes to overcome crisis

Overcoming challenges faced by the arts sector will not be easy, say the editors of a new book exploring an extended period of crises in the Australian art field and what it might mean for the future of arts in Australia.

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Western consistently climbs in global rankings

Western Sydney University has continued to improve its world standing, moving up 22 places in the 2020 Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings.

Expert: Local tourism boom calls for industry rethink

A Western Sydney University Tourism expert says the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to have significant, lasting impacts on Australians’ travel habits and preferences.

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