Financial system regulation places far too much faith in self-proclaimed fairness and in systems that have not been properly tested, writes Justin O'Brien.
Like their human counterparts in the recent football World Cup, Germany will be the team to beat at the RoboCup Championships in Brazil.VIDEO
An early election is unlikely, not least because Tony Abbott would probably lose. But if the government takes the double dissolution option it will most likely be in 2016, writes George Williams.
Those rare people who never fall ill with AIDS despite being infected with HIV could be a key to developing a vaccine or even a cure, Nobel prize-winning virologist Françoise Barré-Sinoussi will tell a UNSW symposium.
The first trial to help determine whether deaf citizens should be allowed to serve as jurors will be conducted by UNSW researchers at the Parramatta Courts.
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.
The proposed takeover of David Jones by the South African-based Woolworths highlights problems with Australian regulations, writes Michael Peters.
Art student Mike Barnard’s subtle portrait of his dying mother,You Beautiful Fighter, has won him a finalist spot in the Archibald Prize alongside a string of UNSW alumni.
If the Abbott government wants to cut long-term power costs, it should consider ramping up rather than weakening the Renewable Energy Target, write Peerapat Vithayasrichareon, Iain MacGill and Jenny Riesz.
Why is the Archibald Portrait Prize so popular, asks Prudence Gibson.