News Centre archive
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In 1989, days after events in Tiananmen Square, Prime Minister Bob Hawke stood up to let those affected know he would stand by them.
Western Sydney University has excelled in the recent prestigious Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), moving into the top 350 universities worldwide.
Western Sydney University has announced the appointment of Professor Michelle Trudgett as the University’s inaugural Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Indigenous Leadership.
Opinion: Cyberspace and outer space are new frontiers for national security, according to an expert report
What do cyberspace and outer space have in common? As we make clear in a new report to the Department of Defence, both are new frontiers for national security.
Western Sydney University has been named a founding member of the James Martin Institute for Public Policy.
Opinion: Brad Hazzard is wrong about multicultural western Sydney: new research shows refugees do trust institutions
With COVID numbers surging in Sydney’s western suburbs, NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard speculated that migrant and refugee communities in the region “haven’t built up trust in government”.