As spending increases on youth mental health services, the wellbeing of young people is getting worse, to the degree that suicide is now listed as the leading cause of death for people aged five to 17.
It's tax time again, and as part of the economic stimulus measures, the Australian Government has ‘sweeteners’ for both Australian businesses and individuals to assist with the recovery.
A leading Charles Sturt University academic urges people to take the time on World Music Day to reflect on the meaning and significance of music in our lives and particularly the value of music for people with dementia.
If adopted, the astute recommendations of a NSW parliamentary report into staffing at residential aged care facilities will enhance the care delivered to older people in NSW.
A Charles Sturt researcher says palliative care for culturally and linguistically diverse groups in Australia needs urgent intervention and without it, many members of these groups will continue to remain disempowered.
Four academics say the NSW Government’s decision to secure bromadiolone baits for farmers will kill more than just the mice plaguing the state. They explain why it puts the animals that feast on mice at risk and why it is dangerous to humans too.
In Library and Information Week (17 to 23 May) researchers at Charles Sturt University remind us that public libraries in Australia kept operating to serve their users, even when libraries were closed due to the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020.
A constitutional law expert at Charles Sturt University says the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has made even more clear than before the need for constitutional reform in Australia.
Two experts argue that many children with communication needs are not receiving the support they need, with the national shortage of speech pathologists causing long wait lists and many children – including those with NDIS funding – to miss out.