This week the rising Aussie dollar gives the RBA cause for concern, credit-fuelled spending slows, and US unemployment ticks up amid growing US confidence, writes Richard Holden.
'The Forgotten People' signals the ongoing commitment by leading conservative figures to have the Australian Constitution recognise indigenous peoples, writes George Williams.
Stem cell therapies capable of regenerating any human tissue damaged by injury, disease or ageing could be available within a few years, following breakthrough research led by UNSW researchers.
Three UNSW students have been awarded cadetships funded by the NSW Government to train as problem gambling counsellors in Indigenous communities.
Recent media reports claiming that a UNSW teaching resource about Indigenous terminology is an attempt to rewrite history or to enforce a politically correct vocabulary are simply wrong.
Recent history tells us that we should be cautious about newly minted prime ministers promising to fix the federation, writes Paul Kildea.
Three of the nation’s leading scientists say that Australia is "frozen in time" and is throwing away the opportunity to harness the intelligence and prodigious drive of women researchers.
Director Gavin Hood’s new film, Eye in the Sky, places our intuitions about the ethics of war firmly in the cross hairs, writes Deane-Peter Baker.
A public talk featuring a young North Korean defector turned human rights activist will be one of the highlights of UNSW-affiliated events at this year’s Sydney Writers' Festival.
Without a repair of trust and a rebuilding of commitment, an organisation risks members of its workforce aggressively resisting change.