Architects, certifiers and engineers who work as consultants to builders are on notice about potential liability for the use of flammable cladding, but governments are also culpable for their actions.
The UNSW academic’s 'Flow' uses the natural flow of water to convey the voices of Indigenous children around the world.
Professor Rosalind Dixon is a Professor of Law at UNSW. One of her current research areas is constitutional law. She has conducted extensive research on fragile democracies, such as Hungary and Nicaragua, as well as democratic backsliding.
With vegetarianism on the rise in Australia, we ask five experts if a vegetarian diet is healthier.
Recycling electronics for resale was an obvious commercial opportunity for UNSW Business School student Eric Chiu.
While World Wildlife Day celebrates the biodiversity of our ecosystems, it is also a timely reminder of the impact of human development on our environment and the creatures that inhabit it.
Law, business and banking experts on the UNSW Legal Hour panel said the significant findings of the banking royal commission would be met with a slow response.
Nora Heysen was the first woman to be awarded the Archibald Prize, but for most of her life she was defined not by her art, but by her relationship to her famous father, the artist Hans Heysen.
Big plans are all well and good, but it pays to think carefully how much red ink we should be willing to accept.
In the lead up to International Women’s Day on March 8, UNSW Engineering student Jessica Athayde has been recognised for a prestigious infrastructure award.