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(L-R) Professor Ian Jacobs, Vice-Chancellor and President, UNSW Sydney; The Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP, New South Wales Premier; Professor Barney Glover, Vice-Chancellor and President, Western Sydney University; David Harrison, Group CEO, Charter Hall. Featured

WSU, UNSW engineer collaboration
IN an Australian first, a joint venture between Western Sydney University (WSU) and UNSW Sydney to develop a world-class Engineering Innovation Hub in Parramatta was announced by NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian.

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The driverless shuttle. Featured

Free ride at Sydney Olympc Park
DALLAS SHEREINGHAM
WESTERN Sydney Business Access readers can register for a free ride on the new Driverless Shuttle being trialed at Sydney Olympic Park in the coming weeks.

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Members of the Sydney Hills Business Chamber at WSABE 2018. Featured

Dedication pays off for WSABE winners
NIGEL RAYNER
IT was a picturesque setting for a night of celebration for more than 800 business leaders and professionals from across Western Sydney as they competed for honours in the 28th annual Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence.

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WHAT'S REALLY NEEDED? Featured
05 October 2018

WHAT'S REALLY NEEDED?

Keeping up with IT capabilities
GUY HOLLAND and BRAD MILLER
TODAY, most organisations are undertaking a digital transformation journey to innovate across products, services, and business models.

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EASY-TO-DO WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY Featured

Toolkit reduces small business burdens
A new self-assessment toolkit to improve health and safety in the workplace has been launched as part of Safe Work Month, which kicks off around the country this week.

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Parramatta Deputy Mayor Michelle Garrad addresses the AAA audience. Featured

Workshop treated to people power
HARNESSING people power was the key message to emerge from the recent AAA City Removalist transportation workshop.

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POTENTIAL OF MEDICAL TOURISM Featured

Health, education attractions identified
RED DWYER
THREE major medical precincts have the potential to develop a medical-related tourism component in Western Sydney’s overnight visitor economy which contributes $4.2B to the NSW coffers.

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