People with mental health disorders are up to nine times more likely to end up in prison and early intervention could save millions of dollars, a new report shows.
Over the course of the 2013 federal election, we will experience a real time experiment into the degree of influence exerted by Rupert Murdoch on Australian political life, writes David McKnight.
Young people across NSW are being asked to speak up about sex, partying, alcohol and drugs for a Centre for Social Research in Health survey.
While Kevin Rudd isn't infallible or a sure winner at the coming election, it will take more than the ICAC recommendations to knock him off his game, writes Marke Rolfe.
Even the most resilient asylum seekers who spend more than six months in detention risk mental illness, new research has found.
Johannes Luetz’s research has taken him across the globe in a bid to find more sustainable solutions for climate change migrants.
The first major evaluation of community detention's expansion in Australia has found the program poses little risk to asylum seekers.
The Gonski Review has set ideas in motion about education that will be difficult for any government or group to stop, writes Leila Morsy.
Art derived from living materials such as microbes and slime mold are just some of the unusual works featured in an exhibition by UNSW’s Environmental Humanities program.
Paradoxically, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's centralised intervention to reform the troubled New South Wales branch of the Labor Party, could help revive the party at its roots, argues UNSW's Mark Rolfe.