The idea there is no government fate worse than debt is misleading at best.
Depending on the inaccuracy on your curriculum vitae, lying on your CV could be crime, says UNSW’s Professor Alex Steel.
Local councils and community centres could soon be able to reprocess their recycled plastic waste thanks to an award-winning idea by UNSW Business School students.
In 2016, a Victorian court decided an Airbnb arrangement was a lease. 'Guests' could be protected by tenancy law, including against eviction. And in this case the host was evicted for subletting.
UNSW's Dr Kathy Bowrey, Professor in the Faculty of Law provides tips on how to protect yourself and your content on social media.
Dubbed the modern-day lay-by, services like after-pay and zip-pay have emerged as a game-changer for shoppers chasing an innovative approach to payment solutions.
The ACCC's inquiry was launched to address concerns about the market power of major digital platforms, such as Google and Facebook, and their impact on Australia's businesses and media.
Charter of Budget Honesty aside, we can expect assumptions that stretch credulity so the Australian government can maintain its surplus forecast.
UNSW Co-op Program scholar Ben Munro attends the 2019 United Nations Framework Convention.
UNSW’s Diplomacy Training Program has supported more than 3000 human rights defenders in over 60 countries with practical courses that build their knowledge, skills and networks.