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30 July 14

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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30 July 14

I've become a milk crate acolyte, thanks to Sydney’s Lord Mayor Clover Moore, writes Prudence Gibson.

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30 July 14

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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30 July 14

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

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29 July 14

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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29 July 14

Competition Policy Review Chair Professor Ian Harper and UNSW's Professor Fred Hilmer are among experts speaking at a UNSW competition law and policy conference on Wednesday 6 August. 

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28 July 14

UNSW Chancellor David Gonski will present a free public lecture, Creating Social Change: From innovation to Impact, at UNSW on Wednesday, 6 August.

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28 July 14

NSW imprisonment rates have skyrocketed to an unprecedented high despite a drop in crime rates. But do more prisoners equal a better society? asks Eileen Baldry.

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28 July 14

UNSW researchers are hoping to revolutionise engineering design with cutting-edge, low-cost 3D gaming technology.

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25 July 14

If we are to develop a sustainable, long-term approach to asylum seeker policy, we need to have a new conversation that draws on the common sense, generosity and pragmatism of ordinary Australians, write Jane McAdam, Travers McLeod and Bob Douglas.

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