Shrouded in mystery and full of whimsy, Dave Letch’s ‘A Road To Little Sodding’ is an original play that promises to enthrall its audience.
As the NDIS enters its fourth year, there are growing concerns from disability advocates about whether it can provide the choice and control it promised to individuals with disabilities.
Residents of White Cliffs in northwestern New South Wales have been left in limbo after being told leases on their underground homes would be terminated, rendering the properties worthless in the face of a successful native title claim.
Nearly 2000 people attended the event, organised by the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet, which commenced with a smoking ceremony led by the Koomurri Aboriginal Dance Troupe.
A man has been arrested and two people are injured after a scuffle between police and protesters during an Australia…
Students at the Sydney College of Art (SCA) were hardly going to let the University of Sydney’s ‘Info Day’ proceed uninterrupted.
On Thursday, January 5 students, who are currently engaged in a battle to retain their Callan Park campus, stormed the main stage opposite the Fisher library.
Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton, who was wrongly convicted in the death of her nine-week-old baby Azaria in 1980, has broken her silence on the death of Azaria’s father and her ex-husband, Michael Chamberlain.
University of Sydney students Emma Johnstone and James Leeder have outclassed hundreds of opponents from the likes of Oxford, Yale and Harvard to win the World University Debating Championships in the Netherlands.
Chickens are just as intelligent as many of their feathered friends, demonstrate thinking skills on par with mammals and primates, and even exhibit Machiavellian tendencies, a US scientist has discovered.
From 1 January 2017 the NSW Government will reform its Smart and Skilled eligibility requirements to allow refugees and asylum seekers access to vocational education and training for free.