Zimbabwe web

Zimbabwe's Opposition Leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, will give a public lecture at UNSW this week.

Hal Wootten web

Former High Court Justice, Michael McHugh, has outlined how the High Court has often frustrated the legislative policies of political parties in a public lecture at UNSW.

Breast cancer inside

UNSW researchers have highlighted concerns about the clinical use and cost benefits of one of Australia's most expensive publicly funded medicines, the anti-breast cancer drug Herceptin.

Hayley carr karate web

Interior Architecture student Hayley Carr has won two black belt events in an international karate competition.

Michael McHugh web

Former High Court Justice the Hon Michael McHugh AC, QC will discuss the legislative repercussions of High Court decisions when he presents the annual Hal Wootten lecture at UNSW.

Orgill dancers web

Global financial services firm UBS has committed to a major investment in support of Indigenous programs at the University of New South Wales.

Pachauri inside

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change chairman Dr Rajendra Pachauri has told a UNSW audience that nations like Australia need to "act resolutely on the basis of the scientific evidence" that global warming is due to greenhouse gas emissions from human activity.

Mining modules inside

UNSW's commercialisation division, New South Innovations (NSi) has signed a multi-million dollar agreement with Coal Services Pty Ltd to supply a suite of software and virtual-reality theatres to support mine safety training.

George Tang table tennis

Three UNSW students will represent Australia in Water Polo and Table Tennis at the upcoming World University Summer Games.

Women Planning

Three students from the Planning and Urban Development Program in the Faculty of the Built Environment (FBE) have dominated the Urban Development Institute of Australia's 2007 Tertiary Awards for Excellence.