Business & Law

Withdrawing $10,000 from your super means that you could be selling assets in a falling market.

Taking money out of your super can come at a high cost which is not apparent until much further down the track, says a UNSW expert.

workers in hard hats in a factory

A UNSW Economics expert examines flaws in the JobKeeper scheme and explains what should be done.

As the number of COVID-19 victims increased throughout the month of March, so did the number of phishing email attacks.

An overload of COVID-19 communication sets the perfect scene for malicious actors, says a UNSW cybersecurity expert.

‘The Tyranny of Social Distance’ preventing people from being in crowds and increasingly in smaller and smaller groups.

The global economy will never be the same again after the COVID-19 outbreak and neither will Australia in terms of how we work and how we engage with nature. 

Ruby Princess

Australia has a duty to provide urgent medical care to the crews under a maritime convention, but it must weigh the threat to Australians if it allows the ships to dock, too.

Australian money

After blowing the budget to deal with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, we now need a revolution in our national thinking about debt and deficits.

Asylum seeker mother and child

Federal Court data breach exposes the identities of 400 asylum seekers.

Strategy formulation

Most strategy implementations fail to achieve their objectives because there is a vital missing link when it comes to integrating strategy formulation and strategy implementation, according to new UNSW research.

Stressed worker

The inequality gap could widen to the ‘deserving’ and ‘undeserving poor’ if leaders aren’t courageous, says Centre for Social Impact CEO.

Poppy decoration next to the wall of fallen soldiers at the Australian War Memorial

A book by a UNSW law academic reveals the authoritarian laws in Australia during WW1 and their modern parallels.

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