Intended to be a no-fault insurance scheme for Australians with severe and permanent disability, the NDIS has changed lives but also been the subject of controversy in its first decade.
The establishment of UNSW’s new Canberra city campus will attract local, national and international students and strengthen the University’s collaboration with ACT industry partners.
The growing use of external consultants to do government work has led to a “hollowing out” of the public service.
Two decades of satellite data have allowed us to map fires across the country and identify areas facing high fire risks.
Militaries around the world are scrambling to realise the ‘God mode’ of invulnerability and infinite ammunition promised by laser weapons.
If people with disability can’t access the NDIS, they’re often left without any services or supports. This needs to change.
Our analysis of part-time work and its impact on wellbeing shows getting more people with disability into employment could save millions in health-care costs.
A UNSW Women's Trail across the Kensington and Paddington campuses includes digital profiles of past UNSW staff and students from all faculties and Canberra.
A team of Australian and UK researchers have developed a proof-of-concept technology that could eventually supersede LCDs and LED.
Modelling predicts that younger adults are more likely to feel the burden of housing costs.