With intense competition placing pressure on the world’s airlines to keep pushing down operating costs, maintenance is an obvious first resort for cost-saving, write Doug Fraser and Ian Hampson.
The ocean is a cacophany of sounds and ocean exploration is technically challenging, as the fruitless search for missing Malaysian flight MH370 shows, writes Erik van Sebille.
A doctor who worked at the Christmas Island detention centre has told a UNSW forum there has been “no adequate response” to a 92-page letter detailing concerns about asylum seekers' health.
Paying fees may not be a choice that many aspiring PhD students will make, so while $20 billion to medical research is great, who’s actually going to do the research?
To better support the health and wellbeing of staff, students and visitors, all UNSW campuses will be smoke-free from 31 May – World No Tobacco Day.
Fishers can help protect our shore-nesting birds from predatory ravens by burying or disposing of their fish waste, a UNSW-led study shows.
American accents will become much more common on campus with a new agreement to double to 1500 the number of students coming to UNSW on exchange each year.
The decision to lower the speed limit in central Sydney to 40 km/h does not go far enough if we want to reduce pedestrian fatalities, writes Lori Mooren.
The conversation that surrounds “tranny” is a fascinating example of how language is negotiated, writes Denton Callander.
It's possible that foreign aid might do a better job at buying influence and deterring aggression than spending $12 billion on new jet fighters, writes Adam Lockyer.