News Centre archive - 2016
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2016.
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From the uneasy masculinity of country towns to suburban noir and inner city scrubland, the Sydney Review of Books is publishing new essays on the places who make us who we are.
Researchers enlisted the help of medical professionals working around the world for an international audit. In total, hundreds of doctors and nurses from over 50 countries joined the study.
A common fear women have when contemplating having a baby is whether the birth will tear the perineum.
Dhaka, Bangladesh’s capital, moved from the world’s second-least-liveable city to the fourth-least-liveable city in The Economist’s latest liveability survey.
Paramedicine, Medicine and Nursing students from Western Sydney University organised their own event to educate each other.
Western Sydney University students have hosted the inaugural Sport and Hospitality Summit and Luncheon alongside National Rugby League Premiers the Cronulla Sharks.