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2015/02/27 20:34
2015/02/27 20:34
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MANAGEMENT at the University of the Sunshine Coast says neither budgets nor permanent academic staff numbers are being cut. Academic staff in the University's Faculty of Arts and Business were thrown...
2015/02/27 20:34
2015/02/27 20:34
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2015/02/25 22:18
2015/02/25 22:18
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THE University of the Sunshine Coast's Arts and Business faculty is in shock after casual staff hours were slashed less than two weeks out from the start of the semester. The National Tertiary...
2015/02/18 21:17
2015/02/18 21:17
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THE Abbott government knows what its university deregulation would do to fees but wants it kept secret because it is “sensitive” information. Even cross bench senators, whose votes will decide the...
2015/02/11 05:55
2015/02/11 05:55
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New university students across Australia are being encouraged to "pash" Christopher Pyne in a bid to “kiss fee deregulation goodbye”. It may not seem like the most appealing proposal, but new...
2015/02/10 08:26
2015/02/10 08:26
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University fees: doubling fees could benefit poorer students claims vice chancellor Vice-chancellor of Sydney University, Dr Michael Spence supports the proposed deregulation of higher education...
2015/02/03 00:57
2015/02/03 00:57
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WHEN the federal government asked the Productivity Commission (PC) to conduct a review into certain aspects of workplace laws, it argued a "root and branch" inquiry was urgently needed. As everyone...
2015/02/27 20:34
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