NSW Premier Mike Baird's $1 billion fund is the first significant initiative to reverse affordable housing shortages in Australia since the 2008, write Hal Pawson and Vivienne Milligan.
Architecture for the disadvantaged and displaced will take centre stage in an innovative new Master of Architecture at UNSW, aimed at tackling some of modern society’s major humanitarian challenges.
Three inspiring women with a passion for the global challenges of climate change, population ageing and urbanisation have been named UNSW winners of the inaugural Westpac Future Leaders Scholarships.
Joy and good tidings are in short supply after a year overshadowed by bloody massacres and terrorist outrages, writes Alan Dupont.
We should resist pressure to prescribe ketamine to treat depression until clinical trials on the drug's long-term safety and effectiveness are completed, a leading UNSW mental health expert says.
UNSW's student teachers are at the forefront of an initiative aimed at boosting the quality of learning and teaching in government schools.
Australia does not recognise the sovereignty of its first nations by way of a treaty, and the effects have been devastating, writes George Williams.
The evidence suggests that intermittent fasting can be an effective way to lose weight, writes Rebecca Charlotte Reynolds.
When it comes to life insurance, inconsistencies in Australia’s taxation law can lead to genuine life-or-death angst, warns UNSW doctoral student Jeff Scott.
Any new Australian flag would need in some way to integrate Aboriginal visual language and symbolism, writes Louise Moana Kolff.