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Adelaide Now
Uni staff workload fear over big cutsby the Australian Taxation Office and is designed to help the university deal w
Uni staff workload fear over big cuts
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 hours ago
by the Australian Taxation Office and is designed to help the university deal with a $30 million budget shortfall. The National Tertiary Education Union estimates 50 to 60 academics and 150 professional staff are eligible and is warning of... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
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WA Today
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
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The Age
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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The North West Star
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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Daily Liberal
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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The Border Mail
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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The Courier
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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The Young Witness
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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Western Advocate
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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Kiama Independent
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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Manning River Times
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
14 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challengeat Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by
'Low-paying' deal for Coles supermarket staff faces landmark challenge
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
at Coles was revealed nearly a year ago in The Sunday Age and based on work by Josh Cullinan, a senior official at the National Tertiary Education Union. Mr Cullinan, who did the work in a personal capacity, found the deal should have failed... Read more
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Brisbane Times
UniSuper bows to union pressure from NTEU to gag CEO Kevin O'Sullivanmore than 2600 emails from unhappy members and a wave of negative publicity acr
UniSuper bows to union pressure from NTEU to gag CEO Kevin O'Sullivan
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
more than 2600 emails from unhappy members and a wave of negative publicity across Facebook and Twitter. It came after the National Tertiary Education Union, one of the unions represented on the $52 billion super fund's board, launched a... Read more
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WA Today
UniSuper bows to union pressure from NTEU to gag CEO Kevin O'Sullivanmore than 2600 emails from unhappy members and a wave of negative publicity acr
UniSuper bows to union pressure from NTEU to gag CEO Kevin O'Sullivan
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
more than 2600 emails from unhappy members and a wave of negative publicity across Facebook and Twitter. It came after the National Tertiary Education Union, one of the unions represented on the $52 billion super fund's board, launched a... Read more
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The Age
UniSuper bows to union pressure from NTEU to gag CEO Kevin O'SullivanKevin O'Sullivan have vowed to keep their comments on a royal commission into b
UniSuper bows to union pressure from NTEU to gag CEO Kevin O'Sullivan
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Kevin O'Sullivan have vowed to keep their comments on a royal commission into banking to themselves. It came after the National Tertiary Education Union, one of the unions represented on the $52 billion super fund's board, launched a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
UniSuper bows to union pressure from NTEU to gag CEO Kevin O'SullivanKevin O'Sullivan have vowed to keep their comments on a royal commission into b
UniSuper bows to union pressure from NTEU to gag CEO Kevin O'Sullivan
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Kevin O'Sullivan have vowed to keep their comments on a royal commission into banking to themselves. It came after the National Tertiary Education Union, one of the unions represented on the $52 billion super fund's board, launched a... Read more
9 related stories
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Canberra Times
UniSuper bows to union pressure from NTEU to gag CEO Kevin O'Sullivanmore than 2600 emails from unhappy members and a wave of negative publicity acr
UniSuper bows to union pressure from NTEU to gag CEO Kevin O'Sullivan
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
more than 2600 emails from unhappy members and a wave of negative publicity across Facebook and Twitter. It came after the National Tertiary Education Union, one of the unions represented on the $52 billion super fund's board, launched a... Read more
9 related stories
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WA Today
UniSuper boss Kevin O'Sullivan targeted by union over views on bankssuperannuation fund's union overseers, which wants him to recant his opposition
UniSuper boss Kevin O'Sullivan targeted by union over views on banks
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
superannuation fund's union overseers, which wants him to recant his opposition to a royal commission into banks. The National Tertiary Education Union, one of the unions represented on the UniSuper board, asked Mr O'Sullivan on Tuesday to... Read more
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Canberra Times
UniSuper boss Kevin O'Sullivan targeted by union over views on bankssuperannuation fund's union overseers, which wants him to recant his opposition
UniSuper boss Kevin O'Sullivan targeted by union over views on banks
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
superannuation fund's union overseers, which wants him to recant his opposition to a royal commission into banks. The National Tertiary Education Union, one of the unions represented on the UniSuper board, asked Mr O'Sullivan on Tuesday to... Read more
9 related stories
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Brisbane Times
UniSuper boss Kevin O'Sullivan targeted by union over views on bankssuperannuation fund's union overseers, which wants him to recant his opposition
UniSuper boss Kevin O'Sullivan targeted by union over views on banks
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
superannuation fund's union overseers, which wants him to recant his opposition to a royal commission into banks. The National Tertiary Education Union, one of the unions represented on the UniSuper board, asked Mr O'Sullivan on Tuesday to... Read more
9 related stories
6d
Sydney Morning Herald
UniSuper boss Kevin O'Sullivan targeted by union over views on bankssuperannuation fund's union overseers, which wants him to recant his opposition
UniSuper boss Kevin O'Sullivan targeted by union over views on banks
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
superannuation fund's union overseers, which wants him to recant his opposition to a royal commission into banks. The National Tertiary Education Union, one of the unions represented on the UniSuper board, asked Mr O'Sullivan on Tuesday to... Read more
9 related stories
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The Age
UniSuper boss Kevin O'Sullivan targeted by union over views on bankssuperannuation fund's union overseers, which wants him to recant his opposition
UniSuper boss Kevin O'Sullivan targeted by union over views on banks
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
superannuation fund's union overseers, which wants him to recant his opposition to a royal commission into banks. The National Tertiary Education Union, one of the unions represented on the UniSuper board, asked Mr O'Sullivan on Tuesday to... Read more
9 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Uni worried about $3m ‘black hole’THE University of New England has been short-changed by more than $3 million by
Uni worried about $3m ‘black hole’
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
THE University of New England has been short-changed by more than $3 million by the federal government, according to the National Tertiary Education Union. THE University of New England has been short-changed by more than $3 million by the federal... Read more
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Canberra Times
ANU Asian languages staff restored to their appointmentsHistory and Languages on Monday afternoon after a fraught consultation process
ANU Asian languages staff restored to their appointments
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
History and Languages on Monday afternoon after a fraught consultation process which received 97 submissions as well as the National Tertiary Education Union notifying a formal dispute over parts of the proposal. ANU vice-chancellor Brian Schmidt... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'Ons CPUT Werkers Is Gatvol'of the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu), Cape Peni
'Ons CPUT Werkers Is Gatvol'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
of the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu), Cape Peninsula University Employees Union (CPUEU) and National Tertiary Education Union, sang and danced outside the hall. They were holding placards with statements on them such... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government control of sciencein Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government control of science
Kiama Independent / Posted 26 days ago
in Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain topics without a permit, although the National Tertiary Education Union has warned the liability for criminal activity rests with the researcher. Civil Liberties... Read more
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Manning River Times
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government control of sciencein Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government control of science
Manning River Times / Posted 26 days ago
in Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain topics without a permit, although the National Tertiary Education Union has warned the liability for criminal activity rests with the researcher. Civil Liberties... Read more
6 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government control of sciencein Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government control of science
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 26 days ago
in Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain topics without a permit, although the National Tertiary Education Union has warned the liability for criminal activity rests with the researcher. Civil Liberties... Read more
6 related stories
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The North West Star
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government control of sciencein Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government control of science
The North West Star / Posted 26 days ago
in Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain topics without a permit, although the National Tertiary Education Union has warned the liability for criminal activity rests with the researcher. Civil Liberties... Read more
6 related stories
26d
Daily Liberal
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government control of sciencein Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government control of science
Daily Liberal / Posted 26 days ago
in Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain topics without a permit, although the National Tertiary Education Union has warned the liability for criminal activity rests with the researcher. Civil Liberties... Read more
6 related stories
26d
The Age
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government intervention in sciencein Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government intervention in science
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
in Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain topics without a permit, although the National Tertiary Education Union has warned the liability for criminal activity rests with the researcher. Civil Liberties... Read more
6 related stories
26d
Sydney Morning Herald
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government intervention in sciencein Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain
Nobel Prize winner among hundreds of scientists worried by government intervention in science
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 days ago
in Australia have warned academics of the risk they face in researching certain topics without a permit, although the National Tertiary Education Union has warned the liability for criminal activity rests with the researcher. Civil Liberties... Read more
6 related stories
28d
The Border Mail
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
The Border Mail / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
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The Courier
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
The Courier / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
12 related stories
28d
Northern Daily Leader
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
12 related stories
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The Young Witness
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
The Young Witness / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
12 related stories
28d
Western Advocate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
Western Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
12 related stories
28d
Kiama Independent
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
Kiama Independent / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
12 related stories
28d
Manning River Times
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
Manning River Times / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
12 related stories
28d
Goondiwindi Argus
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
12 related stories
28d
The North West Star
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
The North West Star / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
12 related stories
28d
Daily Liberal
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
Daily Liberal / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
12 related stories
28d
Illawarra Mercury
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
12 related stories
28d
The Age
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
12 related stories
28d
Sydney Morning Herald
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and researchcomputers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear mate
Academics fear new Defence powers will curtail academic freedom and research
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
computers, information security, aerospace, telecommunications and nuclear materials. When first proposed, the National Tertiary Education Union criticised the amendments as unacceptable government oversight. "The assignment of a... Read more
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