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Opinion: Can radicalisation be defeated? Yes, if we understand that it happens when people’s bonds are broken

Radical extremism has increased by 320% in the last five years and cost the world an estimated US$14.1 trillion as of 2018.


Western Sydney University commits to future jobs, skills and research growth with state-of-the-art Agri-Tech Hub vision launch

Western Sydney University has launched its vision for an Australian-first Agri-Tech Hub, a high-tech commercial, teaching and research greenhouse complex in the heart of the Hawkesbury.


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Western academic recognised with international award for contributions to gerontology

Dr Jed Montayre’s passion and determined efforts in gerontology have been recognised with international award.


Western design academic auctions painting to support Afghani aid effort

A Western Sydney University lecturer has used his artmaking talent to help support people impacted by the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Kabul, Afghanistan.


Penrith platypus population to be conserved through new grant

Mulgoa Valley Landcare Group, in partnership with Western Sydney University and Hawkesbury-Nepean Landcare Network, has secured a new grant to conserve platypus populations in the greater Nepean River catchment.


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Opinion: Tom Wills’ story is the AFL’s opportunity for truth telling about its ugly history

This article discusses colonial violence against First Nations peoples. There is reference to people who are now deceased.



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