Worsening inequality is a critical issue underlying the debate about Sydney’s nightlife, write Peta Wolifson and Chris Gibson.
Owner-occupiers and foreign investors will drive new housing even if tax incentives for investors are taken away, write Richard Holden and Saul Eastlake.
A love of Indonesian was the start of legal academic Melissa Crouch's commitment to the region that has widened to include Myanmar, Asia's newest democracy.
The Kirby Institute at UNSW has welcomed a $1.4 million gift from the late Dr Lynn Joseph that will help transform the lives of Australians living with hepatitis C.
The principle of treating someone as innocent until they are proven guilty no longer exists, writes George WIlliams.
NSW’s first full undergraduate medical degree in a regional centre will be offered in Port Macquarie next year, the University announced today.
Global temperatures for February showed a disturbing and unprecedented upward spike, write Steve Sherwood and Stefan Rahmstorf.
Harnessing connections with UNSW alumni has allowed business student Jason Peng to turn an invitation to a Harvard conference into an amazing networking opportunity.
The simmering strategic rivalry between the US and China is entering a new, more dangerous phase, writes Alan Dupont.
Charlotte Wood, author of The Natural Way of Things, is in conversation tonight at UNSW about how women endure almost intolerable situations to renew themselves.