News Centre archive
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Powerful tale of refugees wins prestigious writing competition
A young high school student writing about the lives of refugees fleeing war has won this year’s prestigious What Matters? Competition.
Participants required for study into the death of parents
There is a growing body of knowledge regarding childhood loss and grief, but little is known about adults who have lived with childhood parental death.
School of Education leads stronger commitment to social justice
The National Exceptional Teaching for Disadvantaged Schools project, aimed at making a difference to the education of students in disadvantaged communities.
How fiction helps us understand the reality of a mother abandoning her newborn baby
In fiction, when a woman feels so desperate and hopeless she believes abandoning her baby is her only option, we are able to show sympathy.
Special event sees volunteers donate care packages to homeless
Volunteers at Western Sydney University spent Sunday 24 July packing hampers for Homeless Connect.
Four Corners: why did two previous investigations fail to prevent this abuse?
These shocking pictures shown on Four Corners of children being abused at the Don Dale Youth Detention Centre should not have surprised anyone with an interest in the welfare of incarcerated children.