The project’s environmental credentials rely on highly speculative technologies, making Middle Arm a grand experiment with our climate.
A UNSW project championing cultural inclusion and genuine long-term engagement is making a positive difference for First Nations communities in NSW.
Jessica Zhan Mei Yu’s witty, ‘effervescent’ debut novel follows a Sylvia-Plath-loving young Malaysian-Australian writer’s journey to ‘the heart of empire’ in the UK.
Helping our Southeast Asian neighbours make conditions better for refugees there will reduce the need for them to make dangerous journeys elsewhere.
Avoiding the office commute is just one reason why working from home suits many workers with disability better. Employers need to take a nuanced approach to workplace flexibility.
Most people leaving prison face an uphill battle navigating services focused on individual failures and punitive responses.
The Universities Accord review found ‘sexual assault and harassment on campus is affecting the wellbeing of students and staff, and their ability to succeed’.
As NSW works hard to attract new teachers, another answer is to keep them in the profession. Research by UNSW Sydney's Rebecca Collie into teacher wellbeing offers some solutions.
A survey of more than 1000 refugees has shown only permanent protection visas are linked to mental health and social benefits.
A new report identifies the need for flexible policy approaches to meet the needs of rural and regional schools.