The United States Studies Centre event was held at Manning Bar from 11am.
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The National Congress of Australia's First Peoples, Sydney Theatre Company and Barnardos Australia were among the contributors to a forward-looking forum on research collaboration.
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Children born following planned births before 39 weeks have a heightened risk of poor child development at school age, University of Sydney research shows.
Hospital inpatient deaths caused by major trauma have fallen in regional NSW following changes to the state trauma management system, new research shows.