The corporate regulator needs additional powers to investigate suspicious trading and 'rumourtrage' as soon as it's detected, argues Janet Austin from the Australian School of Business.
The Rudd Government must act swiftly if a United Nations committee finds the Northern Territory intervention is racist, UNSW law professor George Williams says.
Australian School of Business PhD student Najeeb Memon hopes his award-winning research will help reduce tax evasion and corruption in his home country of Pakistan.
The AGSM MBA Program has been ranked as the leading full-time MBA in Australia and 32nd in the world in the Financial Times' (UK) 2009 course rankings.
Waterflows could be restored at the mouth of the Murray-Darling for less than a fifth of the billions spent so far on environmental programs.
High Court judge Justice Michael Kirby has launched Australia's first internet-based system offering free access to citations of Australian law.
University medallist Shaun Yow has won the 2009 General Sir John Monash Award. He will head to the US to study the economics of ageing.
Federal Attorney General and UNSW alumnus Robert McClelland has opened a major international advocacy program at the University, pledging a renewed government commitment to human rights at home and abroad.
Fostering a new era of human rights activism in Australia through greater understanding and knowledge of human rights law and policy is the aim of a new Masters degree.
The problems faced by the Pacific region in mitigating and adapting to climate change will be the focus of a conference at the University of New South Wales.