New research reveals who is most at risk and what we can all do to stay safe while swimming.
It’s not always “worth it for the 'gram”. People risk life, limb, and the environment for a selfie – and land managers can’t keep up.
We can learn a lot about avoiding and escaping this natural hazard by asking survivors what being caught in a rip is really like.
An estimated 40 per cent of children leave primary school without being able to swim the length of an Olympic swimming pool.
People have died taking selfies at cliffs, waterfalls and natural pools. We need to try a different approach to reducing the risk.
When a loved one is struggling in the water, you might want to rush in to save them. But make sure you stop and think or you could become the one in trouble.
UNSW Sydney experts available to comment on flooding and record rain.
Traffic and unintentional injuries are the leading cause of adolescent deaths worldwide.
Driving into floodwater is the leading cause of flood-related death. So why do people do it?
UNSW has a range of experts available to comment on La Niña.