News Centre archive
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Do banks learn from the past? From watching the questioning of elderly disability pensioner Carolyn Flanagan at the Financial Services Royal Commission, it seems not.
The Bunya pine is a unique and majestic Australian tree with so many bizarre and colourful stories about it– the more you learn, the more you find it fascinating.
Dr Luke Barnes has recently joined the University, having been awarded a prestigious John Templeton Foundation Fellowship.
Sweatshop: Western Sydney Literacy Movement is pleased to announce the release of the second issue of the Western Sydney anthology series The Big Black Thing.
A Master of Research student has become the first Western Sydney University student to receive the prestigious Crown Princess Mary Scholarship from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
While standardised testing might be relevant for some fields of study, NAPLAN promotes a narrow view of literacy and writing and hinders the creative process.