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You've got three times the number of Pacific women getting into the exporting game compared to Australia.

Companies that install independent directors not only cause shareholder losses but also weaken every aspect of a firm's performance, writes Peter Swan.

NCI made it possible to run 13 different experiments so we could break the story down and isolate a specific climate driver.

Mid-Winter can be a season of elation and disappointment for Australian academics seeking ­research funding, writes Fleur Johns.

We dub this the ‘liver danger zone’ — where middle-age accelerates the impact of viral hepatitis on the liver.

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Finding fun in the city

UNSW alumnus Dean Kelly discusses the US launch of his app HeyLets, which offers information on entertainment in your – or any – city.

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UNSW robots conquer the world

UNSW team rUNSWift have taken out the grand final 5-1 at RoboCup 2014 in Brazil. The team won every game in the standard platform division, scored 42 goals and conceded only 1 goal. After the final, they also went on to win the 'All-Stars vs Champions' match 4-2.

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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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Malaysia Airlines faces stark choices in a battle to survive

Without the freedom to operate as a truly commercial entity, the future for state-owned Malaysia Airlines looks bleak, writes Ian Douglas.

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BCA head Jennifer Westacott calls for a “cities agenda”

The world could be “on the cusp of a return to the Renaissance-style City State,” with two-thirds of our population living in a city by 2050, Business Council of Australia chief executive Jennifer Westacott has told a UNSW audience.

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The Wizard of Oz, child migration and growing up

Children in film retain a special power in describing, performing and critiquing migration, UNSW Professor Stephanie Hemelryk Donald will tell a UNSW audience tonight.

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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.