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If you've got private health insurance, the choice to use it in a public hospital is your own In The Media - Posted on 15 March 2019

When you enter a public hospital, you are likely to be asked if you have private health insurance, and if you want to use it. This is what you need to consider.

Royal commission into violence and abuse of people with disability: terms of reference In The Media - Posted on 14 March 2019

The royal commission needs to be reflected in the federal budget and to consider research into the complex nature of violence and abuse as well as societal shifts in the concept of ‘disability’.

Stay in school or take to the streets? Climate change lessons In The Media - Posted on 14 March 2019

School students who demand meaningful action on climate change deserve to be heard, not silenced.

Royal commission into violence and abuse of people with disability: terms of reference In The Media - Posted on 14 March 2019

The royal commission needs to be reflected in the federal budget and to consider research into the complex nature of violence and abuse as well as societal shifts in the concept of ‘disability’.

Disability human rights expert appointed Vice Chair on UN Committee In The Media - Posted on 13 March 2019

Rosemary Kayess brings her legal and public policy expertise to the UNCRPD.

NSW and a renewable energy policy: we need one In The Media - Posted on 12 March 2019

Heading into the state election, neither of the major parties has a policy to address increasing congestion on transmission lines joining wind and solar farms to the electricity grid.

New Director of UNSWriting secures a place on shortlist for literary award In The Media - Posted on 11 March 2019

Stephanie Bishop, lecturer in Creative Writing in the School of Arts & Media, brings a wealth of experience to her new role.

Can digital technology solve the trust issue in urbanising China? In The Media - Posted on 11 March 2019

Associate Professor Bingqin Li explores the role of digital technology in creating trust in China's urbanisation efforts.

A happy medium? Why screens are not all bad In The Media - Posted on 5 March 2019

As Finnish educator Pasi Sahlberg mused, it’s rare in human history for parents to be grappling with the very issues they are trying to help their children manage.

Ignore reputation, HSC results: how to choose the right high school In The Media - Posted on 3 March 2019

What factors should parents consider when choosing a school?

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Opinion
Why duck shooting season still isn’t on the endangered list

It's unpopular with the public and kills endangered and non-game birds – but that hasn't stopped duck shooting, writes Siobhan O'Sullivan.

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