Rent hikes are pushing renters to the brink. Can the Australian Greens' rent freeze policy save the day, or will it worsen the crisis?
Mis- and disinformation about the Voice to Parliament proposal are rife. Here, experts address 10 of the most common myths.
Adjusted for inflation, Australians are being paid less than they were in 2020. These four charts show what’s changed in how we work – and the growing gap between your pay and what you can afford to buy.
The growing use of external consultants to do government work has led to a “hollowing out” of the public service.
Succession in the digital age is probably more complicated than you might think.
The federal government has heeded the recommendations by a coalition of 40 organisations including UNSW academics to introduce visa protections for migrant workers.
UNSW has academic experts available to comment on May's federal government budget announcements.
Abandoning its WTO case is a quicker path to getting Australian barley back into China. It could also be a template for resolving tariff disputes over other products, including Australian wine.
Legislation is an unsatisfactory way to institute a Voice to Parliament because, among other reasons, it would make the body insecure and vulnerable to the whims of different governments.
Curious about how ChatGPT can help you at work? Be careful what company information might be given away while experimenting, warns a UNSW Business School professor.