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Despite significant achievements on the prevention front, a number of myths about HIV persist in the Australian community, writes Bridget Haire.

They don't see themselves as childcare providers, they are helping out the parents.

More political leadership is needed if the push for constitutional recognition is to emerge from its prolonged holding pattern, writes Paul Kildea.

What is more worrying is if the sun warms up to its long-term average, then we’re going be a lot worse off.
We are so pleased that both patients are doing reasonably well years after the treatment for the cancers and remain free of the cancer and virus.

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RoboCup team into finals

UNSW's RoboCup team rUNSWift has triumphed against the favourites of the competition, German team B-Human, in the semi-final 5-0. The UNSW team will compete in the Grand Final tomorrow!

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Young Entrepreneurs - Austern International

Getting the right internship that helps you stand out from the crowd is vital. Austern International provides internships in China, combining language and cultural courses at Liaoning University with placements at top multinational firms like KPMG and local Chinese businesses. More info...

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Joseph E Stiglitz - The GFC: Where are we now and what can be done about it?

Nobel Laureate and global economist Professor Joseph Stiglitz tells a UNSW audience the world is yet to come to terms with the causes of the Global Financial Crisis.

 

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‘The law can be an awful nuisance in the area of HIV/AIDS’: Michael Kirby

In this video inteview with The Conversation, Michael Kirby, Visiting Professorial Fellow and patron of The Kirby Institute at UNSW, talks about how the law impacts HIV.

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The ‘dark abyss’: Michael Kirby on North Korea

Four months after a UN Human Rights Council resolution condemned “systematic, widespread and gross human rights violations” in North Korea, former High Court judge Michael Kirby will speak at UNSW about the political and human rights reality in the rogue state.

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Book review: The Lost Legions of Fromelles

British historian Peter Barton’s The Lost Legions of Fromelles tells a familiar story – of slaughter in the ditches and marshes of Word War One – but it also warns us to be wary of popular legend, writes Peter Stanley.

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World challenge for UNSW's band of brothers

UNSW’s Twenty20 student cricket team, which includes three sets of brothers, will head to London this week to represent Australia at the Red Bull World Campus Cricket Challenge.

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Jennifer Westacott: Why we must get Australian cities right

The Business Council of Australia’s Chief Executive, Jennifer Westacottwill use the next Utzon lecture to argue for an urgent new “cities agenda” to equip Australia for massive social and technological change.