The decision to lower the speed limit in central Sydney to 40 km/h does not go far enough if we want to reduce pedestrian fatalities, writes Lori Mooren.
The conversation that surrounds “tranny” is a fascinating example of how language is negotiated, writes Denton Callander.
It's possible that foreign aid might do a better job at buying influence and deterring aggression than spending $12 billion on new jet fighters, writes Adam Lockyer.
A technology business incubator co-founded by UNSW has been recognised by its peers as the best in the world.
Six UNSW researchers have the honour of speaking at this year’s Science at the Shine Dome event in Canberra - a three-day gathering held by the Australian Aacademy of Science.
A paediatrician with first-hand experience of the detention centre on Christmas Island will tell a public health symposium at UNSW tonight that detained children are showing signs of physical and developmental problems including language delay and regression.
Winter warmth may be welcome but it can have adverse impacts – and the damage may not be obvious until it is too late, writes Sarah Perkins.
The NSW government has announced Associate Professor Leanne Dowse as the University's inaugural Chair in Intellectual Disability and Behaviour Support.
The challenge for Australia is to help persuade Beijing that muscular unilateralism is contrary to China’s own interests as well as the region’s, writes Alan Dupont.
The author of A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing, Eimear McBride, has described the method behind her unusual writing style at a Sydney Writers’ Festival event at UNSW.