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Thursday 22 July 2021

COVID-19 lockdowns: The cure is not worse than the disease

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Thursday 22 July 2021

Adolescents bombarded with junk food marketing on social media

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Stories

$1 million funding to support entrepreneurs in bushfire-affected regions

UOW initiative to boost economic resilience and create jobs

Adolescents bombarded with junk food marketing on social media

Children exposed to almost 100 unhealthy food promotions on their mobiles each week

COVID-19 lockdowns: The cure is not worse than the disease

Lockdowns not associated with large numbers of deaths in countries that avoided large COVID-19 epidemics

UOW supports future leaders through new Vice-Chancellor scholarship

Scholarships to support the next generation of leaders from and for the Illawarra region

New training centre to advance Australia’s transition to a clean energy future

$5m centre will deliver next generation of industry leaders and specialists

UOW Early Admission gives Year 12 students certainty in uncertain times

Students can secure a university place before they sit final exams


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