News Centre archive
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories.
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Why politicians hate the idea of taxing the homes of ‘the rich’
There is a real and understandable view that your main residence, or your family home, is off-limits from government intervention.
Xenophon is right to call for law reform on gift cards
There has been appropriate outrage over the fact that Dick Smith gift cards sold for cash will not be honoured. A review of this area of law is needed to better protect Australian consumers.
Open Forum: Challenges of Indian Economic Reforms
Despite recent economic growth in India, concerns remain about widespread poverty and enduring social inequality.
The game is changing, baby: Chris Gayle and sexism in cricket
As Chris Gayle has so amply demonstrated, there is still considerable resistance to the full integration of women into sport culture, and not least in the sports media.
Debunking common myths about raising bilingual children
A number of enduring myths surround bilingualism, but research shows raising a child bilingually does not cause language learning difficulties.
Deicorp wins tender for Westmead campus
Western Sydney University is pleased to announce that Deicorp has won the tender for the sale and future development of the residential component of the University’s Westmead campus.