Spring is about much more than just jumpers being washed and forgotten and doonas being put away. It's about hope, trust, revival and optimism, writes Nigel Featherstone.
The Abbott government needs to show constancy and patience in engaging India, yet more important than grand diplomacy is simply letting the two nations play to their greatest strength: people, writes Rory Medcalf.
UNSW has secured more than $54 million in funding from the Australian Research Council’s (ARC) Major Grants and Future Fellowship programs, the highest total in the state.
Cutting taxes quietly for business and the wealthy and hoping for jobs and growth is good politics, but there will be a price paid for fiscal profligacy, writes Geoffrey Garrett.
UNSW has produced more millionaire graduates than any other Australian university, a new global analysis has found.
Alumni from UNSW Law have launched an online crowd-funding campaign to raise money for a scholarship program that helps disadvantaged young people from Sydney’s south-west to study law.
What really enables Australia to prosper is its insistence on combining the entrepreneur's right to “have a go” with the traditional egalitarian capacity for the “fair go”, argues Tim Harcourt.
Europe's Roma and Jews have far too much in common. Let's be empathetic. Let's acknowledge our common history. And then, let's apply our resulting outrage to an ongoing injustice closer to home, writes Fergal Davis.
Six Aboriginal women – including three sisters – graduated with postgraduate qualifications in public health from UNSW Medicine this week.
Mission-directed research has become dominant but it is curiosity-driven research that leads to breakthroughs, making long-term commitment to both vital, writes Merlin Crossley.