News Centre archive - 2017
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2017.
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A series of lively public conversations will take place at the Institute of Culture and Society at Western Sydney University to discuss the changes to Sydney and it's effect on the wider community.
In the lead up to Men’s Health Week, men across Australia are being urged to take the time to enjoy the things in life that make them happy.
Tuesday 9 May marks the beginning of the NAPLAN testing period, and experts from Western Sydney University have united to reassure students and their parents that the tests are nothing to worry about.
Watching sport on TV may not be a healthy activity, but it should at least do more good than harm. Yet viewers are exposed to promotional messages extolling the virtues of alcohol, fatty foods and sugary drinks.
The mental health workforce training partnership will provide psychology students with formal workforce training at one of the region’s largest service providers.
Just as the publicity machine is cranking up for the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, new Australia-based bids have already been signalled to host the same event in the future.