Curtin University

With more than 44,000 students, Curtin University is one of Australia’s largest tertiary institutions. Based in Perth, Western Australia, it boasts a strong international presence with campuses in Sydney, Singapore and Malaysia. Curtin offers a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in business, health sciences, humanities, Aboriginal studies, science and engineering. It is also recognised for its research in the areas of minerals and energy, ICT and emerging technologies, health and sustainable development.

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HILDA data shows superannuation will soon overtake the family home as the major asset owned by Australians. Paul Miller/AAP

Wealth inequality shows superannuation changes are overdue

Superannuation changes are sorely needed because recent data shows only a small number of wealthy Australians are accumulating wealth through it.
China has the most extensive high-speed rail network in the world, which has helped reduce the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions. Jason Lee/Reuters

High-speed rail? At $200 billion we’d better get it right

High-speed rail is now a well-established technology and Australia needs it, as long as the project ticks all the boxes needed to deliver both private and public benefits.
Sur la Promenade des Anglais, à Nice, au lendemain de l’attaque au camion lors des festivités du 14-Juillet. Valery Hache/AFP

La menace du terrorisme low-tech

L’attentat de Nice est un terrifiant exemple de ces attaques low-tech encouragées par les organisations terroristes et qui menacent nos sociétés au quotidien.
Though eventually shot dead, the Nice attacker managed to exact a dreadful toll primarily through use of a vehicle. Reuters/Eric Gaillard

Nice attack: how vulnerable are we to ‘low-tech terror’?

The Nice attack shows what dreadful impact can be caused by the use of an innocuously familiar part of modern life – a motor vehicle.
On average, Gen Ys are $50,000 short of the deposit they expect they’ll need to buy their first home. Lolostock from www.shutterstock.com

What’s the key to home ownership for Gen Y?

Without long-term solutions to the imbalance between incomes and house prices, Gen Ys face a lifetime of renting without the financial and emotional security of home ownership.
Stay or go - Britons will vote this week. Reuters/Hannibal Hanschke

How a Brexit could impact on Australia

A British exit from the European Union will mean short term volatility on global markets, but the longer term outcomes are more uncertain.
Under a demand driven system, poor students are finding more opportunities to attend university. from www.shutterstock.com

Uncapping of university places has not failed disadvantaged students

While on the face of it a 1.5% increase in the number of disadvantaged students going to university might seem minimal, in real terms this is genuinely significant.
Almost one in three older Australians would like to downsize to reduce the demands of maintaining their garden, but many can’t find alternative homes to suit their needs. Pierdelune from www.shutterstock.com

Lack of housing choice frustrates would-be downsizers

Australia’s housing stock is not meeting the demands of older Australians, according to a new report.

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