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  1. Film Night The Man who Jumped

    Posted 5 June 2014 by Beth Cole (Murdoch University)

    The Man Who Jumped sheds light on life inside a detention centre. The evening will also include discussion with mental health professionals and Australian Services Union members who habe working with ...

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    The Man Who Jumped

    • Published: 05 Jun, 2014

  2. NTEU Murdoch eNews 5 June 2014

    Posted 5 June 2014 by Beth Cole (Murdoch University)

    Budget Forum


    How will the Federal Budget affect Murdoch?
     
    Find out what the Federal Budget means for the university sector from a Murdoch perspective
     
    Thursday 12 June 2014
    Moot Court ...

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  3. Fixed Term Contract meeting

    Posted 5 June 2014 by Beth Cole (Murdoch University)

    NTEU negotiated some important changes to The Enterprise Agreement around conversion from fixed-term to ongoing employment. These changes are now in effect.
     
    This meeting is for members and ...

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    • Published: 05 Jun, 2014

  4. WA Budget Forums - National President to speak at branches

    Posted 4 June 2014 by Amy Talbot (WA Division)

    The Federal Budget announcements about higher education have alarmed the university community.  Not only will the deregulation of fees have a significant effect on individual students and staff, ...

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  5. Budget plans summarised in set of slides

    Posted 3 June 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    NTEU has produced a set of slides for members which summarise the Government's Budget plans for higher education and research.

    It is a long document that has developed since the Budget announcements as the NTEU analyses have been rolling out and we have been talking with members on campuses.

    Members are welcome to use the file to communicate about the Budget, but please attribute to NTEU. The slide set will continue to be

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  6. Mid-year enrolments and the Budget

    Posted 3 June 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    Mid-year university enrolment is now open. Year 12 students are about to fill out tertiary education preferences. But what fees will they be paying come 2016 and what will they have to pay in interest on a HELP loan?

    These are the questions tens of thousands of Australian families are asking. Over the weekend there were several media reports of Year 12 students expressing their concerns about the extreme rise in the cost of undertaking a university degree if the Abbott Government’s higher education Budget changes are adopted by

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  7. edXpress #14 (June 2014) out now

    Posted 2 June 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    The June 2014 issue of edXpress, NTEU's free monthly e-newsletter, is out now - view it here.

    This issue is dominated by the ramifications of the Abbott Government's Federal Budget, specifically the ...

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  8. Condemnation of coup in Thailand

    Posted 2 June 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    NTEU calls for release of all academics and students detained by the military junta

     The National Tertiary Education Union condemns the latest military coup d’etat in Thailand on 22 May ...

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  9. Media Release: Pyne and Age of Inequity

    Posted 2 June 2014 by Paul Kniest (NTEU National Office)

    2 JUNE 2014

     Pyne’s “Age of Inequity” for higher education

    NTEU analysis released today shows the Government’s proposed changes to higher education funding and ...

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    Age of Inequity

  10. Media Release: Cost and Debt Shifting

    Posted 29 May 2014 by Paul Kniest (NTEU National Office)

    NTEU Media Release

    NTEU analysis released today shows that the Abbott Government is shifting debt and costs away from the government and onto students.

    Crucially, it shows that the level of debt students will owe the government will exceed the Australian government’s net debt sometime in the early 2020s as a result of their higher education changes.

    NTEU National President, Jeannie Rea said this was cost shifting on a grand

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