As first lady during the Depression and Second World War, Roosevelt was instrumental in how the US was run – and did much to advance women in that role.
Sydney rents fell during the pandemic as investors swapped short-term holiday lettings for traditional rentals, UNSW research shows.
A new UNSW report recommends a Royal Commission and broader RBA remit to address the effect of soaring house prices on productivity, economic instability and inequality.
Scientia Professor Jane McAdam leads the list of UNSW Sydney recipients of 2021 Queen's Birthday Honours.
Australia's use of Pacific Islander workers in the late 19th century was part of a much bigger story of British sugar barons and the trans-Atlantic slave trade.
There seems to be no interest in reviving a peace process that has been effectively moribund since the Clinton administration in the late 1990s.
UNSW Sydney has awarded honorary doctorates to Joanna Capon and Richard Alcock, in recognition of their distinguished careers and eminent service in their respective industries and the community.
The two sides need the international community to help them end the fighting, but the Biden administration has so far been reluctant to get involved.
NSW public school teachers on short fixed-term contracts report feeling forced to compete with colleagues to stay employed.
A UNSW report has raised concerns over how COVID-19 impacted online child sexual exploitation investigations globally.