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Manning River Times
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Cosy Coles deal with shop union that left workers worse off under further scrutinyThe under-payment issue is embarrassing for Coles which employs 77,000 staff.
Cosy Coles deal with shop union that left workers worse off under further scrutiny
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
The under-payment issue is embarrassing for Coles which employs 77,000 staff. Photo: Edwina Pickles A cosy deal between supermarket giant Coles and the shop assistants union that would have left thousands of workers paid unlawfully low wages is... Read more
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The Age
Cosy Coles deal with shop union that left workers worse off under further scrutinyThe under-payment issue is embarrassing for Coles which employs 77,000 staff.
Cosy Coles deal with shop union that left workers worse off under further scrutiny
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
The under-payment issue is embarrassing for Coles which employs 77,000 staff. Photo: Edwina Pickles A cosy deal between supermarket giant Coles and the shop assistants union that would have left tens of thousands of workers paid unlawfully low... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cosy Coles deal with shop union that left workers worse off under further scrutinyThe under-payment issue is embarrassing for Coles which employs 77,000 staff.
Cosy Coles deal with shop union that left workers worse off under further scrutiny
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
The under-payment issue is embarrassing for Coles which employs 77,000 staff. Photo: Edwina Pickles A cosy deal between supermarket giant Coles and the shop assistants union that would have left tens of thousands of workers paid unlawfully low... Read more
2 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions"Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
"Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors described their own admissions system this week after a Fairfax Media investigation revealed that the practice of admitting students with lower than the minimum ATAR into... Read more
102 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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The Border Mail
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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Brisbane Times
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions"Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
"Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors described their own admissions system this week after a Fairfax Media investigation revealed that the practice of admitting students with lower than the minimum ATAR into... Read more
102 related stories
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WA Today
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions"Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
"Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors described their own admissions system this week after a Fairfax Media investigation revealed that the practice of admitting students with lower than the minimum ATAR into... Read more
102 related stories
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The Age
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions"Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
"Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors described their own admissions system this week after a Fairfax Media investigation revealed that the practice of admitting students with lower than the minimum ATAR into... Read more
102 related stories
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The Young Witness
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
The Young Witness / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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Western Advocate
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Western Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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The Courier
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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The Border Mail
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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The Young Witness
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
The Young Witness / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions"Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
"Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors described their own admissions system this week after a Fairfax Media investigation revealed that the practice of admitting students with lower than the minimum ATAR into... Read more
102 related stories
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Western Advocate
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Western Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Kiama Independent / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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Manning River Times
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Manning River Times / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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The North West Star
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
The North West Star / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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The Border Mail
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissionsOf the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50,
Gaming the system: The beginning of the end for university admissions
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
Of the 6000 students who are offered a university place with an ATAR below 50, less than 20 per cent graduate. And taxpayers are footing the bill to the tune of $7bn. "Inadequate," "unfair," "simplistic". That is how university vice-chancellors... Read more
102 related stories
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Daily Dispatch
Three candidates in running for top job at WSUThree candidates have been shortlisted for Walter Sisulu University’s (WSU) top
Three candidates in running for top job at WSU
Daily Dispatch / Posted 13 days ago
Three candidates have been shortlisted for Walter Sisulu University’s (WSU) top job. council. The Daily Dispatch yesterday learned that the university had shortlisted three candidates for the vice-chancellorship position, which was confirmed by a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemnedOpponents of the University of Sydney's move to cut the senate from 22 to 15 me
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemned
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
Opponents of the University of Sydney's move to cut the senate from 22 to 15 members say the decision will reduce diversity on the senate and quash smaller voices within faculties. Photo: Fiona-Lee Quimby A move to slash the size of the University... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemnedA move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemned
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
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The Young Witness
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemnedA move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemned
The Young Witness / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
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Western Advocate
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemnedA move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemned
Western Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
20 related stories
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Daily Liberal
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemnedA move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemned
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
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The Border Mail
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemnedA move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemned
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemnedA move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney's 'secret' cut condemned
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
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The Young Witness
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'
The Young Witness / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
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Western Advocate
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'
Western Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
20 related stories
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Daily Liberal
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
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The Border Mail
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
20 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-m
University of Sydney changes show a tendency to 'favour the corporate elite'
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
A move to slash the size of the University of Sydney's faculties and decision-making body is indicative of a tendency to favour "the corporate elite" within the public institution, one member of the university senate says. A move to slash the size... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sydney Uni senate accused of making major changes in 'secret'University of Sydney's governing body accused of making major changes at 'secre
Sydney Uni senate accused of making major changes in 'secret'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
University of Sydney's governing body accused of making major changes at 'secret meeting' Photo: Changes at the University of Sydney will see the number of faculties reduced from 16 to six, and some elected positions removed from the institution's... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
UNE under fire in court over conflict of interest issueA UNIVERSITY of New England (UNE) professor has filed a Fair Work claim against
UNE under fire in court over conflict of interest issue
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 30 days ago
A UNIVERSITY of New England (UNE) professor has filed a Fair Work claim against the tertiary institution in the Federal Court, accusing Chancellor James Harris of restricting the staff voice. A UNIVERSITY of New England (UNE) professor has filed a... Read more

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