News Centre archive - 2019
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2019.
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Infrastructure spending is one of the central themes of Treasurer Frydenberg’s budget speech. His headline announcement was the promise to increase the ten-year federal infrastructure spend from the A$75 billion announced last year to a target of $100 billion.
Western Sydney University medical students have helped introduce lifesaving and affordable respiratory support systems in hospitals across Bangladesh, as part of a team of health specialists who visited the region.
Results of the inaugural national Engagement and Impact (EI) assessment have highlighted Western Sydney University’s strengths in translating research into economic, environmental, social and other benefits.
Western Sydney University will play a key role in the future of agritech in Australia after the Federal Government today announced it will invest $35 million in the Future Food Systems Cooperative Research Centre (CRC).
The Conversation: Christchurch attacks strike at the heart of Muslims’ safe places from Islamophobia
The terror attacks at the Al Noor and Linwood Mosques in Christchurch send a message to Muslims: there is no safe space from Islamophobia.
Voting is a key part of the democratic process. It allows all citizens of a certain age to have a say on matters important to them. Voting in federal elections and referendums is compulsory for every Australian aged 18 and over.