News Centre archive - 2018
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2018.
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Two people have died after eating rockmelon (cantaloupe) contaminated with listeria. A total of ten cases have been confirmed in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria between January 17 and February 9, and more are expected.
Ahead of Clean Up Australia Day, a Western Sydney University expert says it’s important to remember that littering is not an individual problem –responsibility for the environment must also be taken by governments and manufacturers.
‘Trailblazers, with unique voices and a relentless work ethic’ is how Dr Felicity Castagna describes Finishing School, an all-female Western Sydney writers’ collective which has achieved incredible success since starting 7 months ago.
The new Bushfire Risk Management Research Hub serves as a collaborative union between four major universities including Western Sydney University, NSW Office of the Environment and Heritage (OEH), and other state government and industry partners.
Issues relating to the design and development of western Sydney will feature prominently in discussions at next month’s Sydney Design Festival.
Labor’s calls to raise the minimum wage or other pushes to implement a universal basic income ignore Australia’s system of supporting low-paid workers in other, more important, ways.