The 2023 Alumni Award winners inspire positive change and empower communities globally, embodying UNSW’s commitment to creating a brighter future for all.
If you earn less than $60,000, you may be eligible for free tax help. But there is more we could do to help everyone – including struggling sole traders or small businesses – get the advice they need.
The UNSW Sydney Law & Justice academic was recognised at the 2023 awards, along with UNSW finalists in the Community Engagement and Employability categories.
Prosecraft creator Benji Smith believed he was honouring copyright laws while using more than 25,000 books without authors’ consent.
Scammers have exploited a simple weakness in the myGov online portal to redirect hundreds of millions of dollars in tax refunds.
How supermarkets are making consumers spend more money without them realising it.
Mona Awad and Paul Tremblay’s lawsuit claims their books were used without their consent. But copyright protection doesn’t apply to ideas – they’ll need to demonstrate the likelihood of economic loss.
Purporting to distribute money to children to take advantage of their tax-free thresholds sends a message about how important it is to be truthful when complying with the tax law.
The University has placed equal 19th with the University of Sydney in the global rankings, reinforcing the city’s reputation as a top global city for higher education.
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