A key legal event of the 2007 federal election campaign, a debate between Attorney-General Philip Ruddock MP and Shadow Attorney-General Senator Joe Ludwig, will be held on Tuesday 6 November.
New research from UNSW on the effects of smoking has gone a long way to debunking one of the last justifications people use for continuing the habit - that is to keep them slim.
Twelve UNSW students have worked on the design of the 2008 IKEA catalogue, which is in stores now.
Talented UNSW Engineering student Kate Fairlie has won the Jacobs Australia Engineering Leadership Prize for her work to inspire other students to follow in her footsteps.
NSW Premier Morris Iemma and businessman and philanthropist Frank Lowy today turned the first sod at the site of the Lowy Cancer Research Centre at UNSW.
UNSW has scored an unrivalled hat-trick at the 2007 Young Tall Poppy Science Awards.
The Bali bombing of 2002 changed the course of UNSW postgraduate Ni Wayan Rahayu's life; but she was neither a witness nor survivor.
UNSW computer science lecturer Richard Buckland has been named among Australia's most outstanding university teachers in the 2007 Carrick Awards For Teaching Excellence.
A team of international researchers, including UNSW archaeologist Dr Andy Herries, has shown that the earliest humans were a sophisticated lot who decorated their bodies, used advanced stone tools and enjoyed seafood.
Five UNSW Law students are currently in China taking part in a model UN meeting at Heilongjiang University in the city of Harbin.