Western Australia’s Senate election re-run shows once again the need to reform the process by which senators are chosen, writes George Williams.
Our attachment to species on the edge of extinction and the loss of everyday social rituals are some of the issues to be canvassed by UNSW academics at this year’s Sydney Writers’ Festival.
Australia’s relationship with China can progress to a new level if China agrees to sign a free trade agreement during the federal governmen's trade mission, Australian School of Business economist Tim Harcourt says.
The director of Tigger’s Honeypot Sylvia Turner has received a National Excellence in Teaching Award for her “inspirational leadership”.
A new video series featuring some of Australia's leading law academics takes viewers behind the headlines for expert guidance on our most pressing contemporary issues.
A new study by UNSW’s Gendered Violence Research Network highlights the devastating effects of sexual violence and its impact on employees in the workplace.
The federal government’s plan to abolish the permanent national security oversight body as part of the red tape "repeal day" is based on a flawed reading of the body's role, warn Jessie Blackbourn and Nicola McGarrity.
Mid-career policy makers aiming to become leaders in public policy development will benefit from a new professional doctorate.
A new initiative is providing PhD candidates in Arts and Social Sciences with the opportunity to gain quality teaching experience before they graduate.
Bowel cancer claims more Australian lives than either prostate or breast cancer, yet it is largely preventable. So why are awareness and funding so low, asks Graham Newstead.