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The first expedition across the Blue Mountains paved the way for the most important road in Australia’s history, heralding the beginning of the country’s pastoral age.
The Secretary of the Attorney-General’s department Mr Roger Wilkins AO will discuss the challenge of balancing Australia’s Anti-Terrorism laws with the country’s human rights obligations.
The University of Western Sydney’s Bachelor of Music program is establishing a tradition as a training ground for talented singers on Channel Nine’s hit show The Voice.
More and more countries are coming out of poverty and joining the industrial, beef-eating world, which makes a rapid increase in beef demand inevitable.
Three of the nation's strongest political hard hitters - John Faulkner, Joe Hockey and Bob Brown - will reflect on the foundations on which their respective parties have been built at a unique event hosted by the Whitlam Institute.
A University of Western Sydney study has found that securing suitable employment can be a long, difficult and disappointing process for skilled migrants following their arrival in Australia.