News Centre archive
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When citizens set the budget: lessons from ancient Greece
Today elected representatives take the tough decisions about public finances behind closed doors. Politicians rarely ask voters what they think of budget options and they are no better at explaining the reasons for a budget.
All you need is: Love Unlimited
On Saturday 3 March, Western Sydney University staff, students and alumni – including Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Scott Holmes - will march in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade.
TropTalks traverse the trajectory of modern cinema
In a series of events for TropTalks – Tropfest’s ideas and education program – Western Sydney University experts will join a stellar line-up of screen industry innovators to discuss and debate the contemporary topics that are shaping the screen industry today.
Western Sydney construction industry challenged to modernise or die
Western Sydney’s construction industry will be challenged to reconsider its future, at a conference co-hosted by Western Sydney University’s Centre for Smart Modern Construction (c4SMC).
In Harley Windsor, Australia has its first Indigenous Winter Olympian – why has it taken so long?
Many Indigenous athletes have represented Australia at the Summer Olympics. But, in Pyeongchang, figure skater Harley Windsor is set to become Australia’s first Indigenous Winter Olympian.
Cycle of infant reflux signals a call to help mothers
Western Sydney University research has found that first-time mothers with mental health issues – in particular, maternal anxiety – are five times as likely to have their baby noted as having reflux when admitted to hospital.