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Finishing School presents Talking Bodies as part of the 2018 Sydney Writers’ Festival
Part of this year’s Sydney Writer’s Festival, Talking Bodies is a night of storytelling, performance and spinning turntables with writers from the Finishing School.
Western Sydney University pays tribute to former Board of Trustees members
Educator and senior executive, Gillian Shadwick, and senior public servant Michael Pratt AM, will each be awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters during Western Sydney University’s upcoming graduation ceremonies.
Western Sydney University’s premier honour for Mike Baird
Western Sydney University will award former Premier of New South Wales, Mike Baird, an Honorary Doctorate of Letters in recognition of his service to Western Sydney and the broader community.
Pushing casual sport to the margins threatens cities’ social cohesion
Park soccer, social cricket and street basketball bring the public spaces of our cities to life.
Thirty years on: reflecting on the construction industry’s contribution to building an icon
Adjunct Professor in the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics David Chandler OAM FAIB will take part in a panel discussion about the construction of Australian Parliament House at the official 30th birthday celebrations in Canberra.
Bent Not Broken: stories from Canterbury Bankstown
For the past ten years, young writers from South West Sydney have taken part in the Canterbury-Bankstown Youth Week Creative Writing Competition. To celebrate this decade-long creative project the best entries from the competition have been published in the anthology, Bent not broken: 10 years of creative writing from Canterbury-Bankstown.