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The recurring instability of political leadership in Australia has raised the spectre the country may be heading down the same path as Europe, according to a political historian from the University of Western Sydney.
UWS welcomed the Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, as she met students who will travel overseas as part of the Commonwealth Government’s $100 million New Colombo Plan.
As school returns, a UWS academic is urging parents to encourage their children through apps and the fun, hands-on math riddles that surround us everyday.
Sun, sand and swimming may sound relaxing but for an increasing number of men summer is a stressful time as they grapple with concerns about body image.
On the eve of the new school year, a UWS pilot study into Starting School with Food has provided valuable insights into addressing parental anxiety and improve the safety of children at school.
The University of Western Sydney is making over 11,300 university offers in 2015 the largest number of offers to uni hopefuls in NSW and the ACT.