UNSW Art & Design will this week mark the latest chapter in the Faculty’s evolution by officially launching its new name and the $58 million redevelopment of the historic Paddington campus. OPINION
Some healthy competition between UNSW student teams has resulted in a clean sweep in an agricultural robotics competition held in Sydney.
Australians are more tolerant of inequality, including salaries, than most nations. This makes it easier to attract talented managers from the global pool, writes Peter Swan.
The most regressive outcome would be to leave the Australian tax system just as it is, writes Richard Holden.
Jacqui Lambie has created more waves than any prospective Titanic II issuing from the Clive Palmer shipyard, writes Mark Rolfe.
UNSW scientist Paul Munroe has used electron microscopes to help artist Stephanie Valentin create striking images of insects for her new exhibition, Closer.
It's not enough for our elected leaders to say that anti-terrorism legislation is "above politics" – we must insist on there being proper scrutiny of any new laws, writes Fergal Davis.
New laws aiming to prevent Australians engaging in conflicts in foreign countries may place a heavy burden on people who need to visit designated places for innocuous reasons, writes Sangeetha Pillai.
UNSW has announced the appointment of Professor Mark Hoffman as the new Dean of Engineering.
Leading international and Australian experts on economics, the environment and business will gather next week at UNSW to discuss sustainable development in the 2014 Fenner Conference on the Environment.