News Centre archive
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Western Sydney University partners on storytelling project for Parramatta
Western Sydney University today welcomes the installation of ‘Storybox Parramatta’ – a digital storytelling platform located in Parramatta Square that will showcase and celebrate local voices.
Expert’s message to pregnant women: Minimising COVID-19 risk is important, but so is testing for gestational diabetes
Strategies designed to lower the risk of COVID-19 may lead more pregnant women and infants to suffer from the effects of undiagnosed and untreated gestational diabetes.
Opinion: Year 12 exams in the time of COVID: 5 ways to support your child to stress less and do better
Year 12 exams can be stressful at the best of times; this is particularly true for the Class of 2020. Here are five ways parents and carers of Year 12 students can support them.
Opinion: Undecided on the cannabis referendum: 10 pros and cons of legalising the drug
The latest poll shows a drop in support by New Zealanders for the recreational use of cannabis ahead of next month’s referendum on the issue.
New evidence based guidelines on music for people with dementia
Researchers from the MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development have published a new research paper and recommended guidelines for music use for people with dementia after a successful trial program.
Opinion: I regret stopping breastfeeding. How do I start again?
Many women find breastfeeding difficult and stop before they planned. Some women are relieved to stop. But others regret it.