The Federal Court has ordered the reinstatement of Professor Judith Bessant at RMIT University in Melbourne – a judgement that the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) welcomes as a warning ...
The Greens and independent MP Andrew Wilkie this morning announced their support for the National Tertiary Education Union’s ‘uni cuts- dumb cuts’ campaign and declared their ...
Nobel Laureate Professor Peter Doherty backs the 14 May national protests against the latest $2.3bn university cuts. Protest actions are being organised across the country by the National Tertiary ...
Industrial action over a collective agreement at the University of Tasmania (UTAS) is one step closer following the decision of the Tasmanian Division Council of the National Tertiary Education Union ...
Media alert: May Day, May Day: University action for a better deal for university staff and students
University staff across NSW are taking action on May 1 – the traditional day of workers’ action and solidarity – in support of their claims for a better deal for university staff ...
Catch up with ArtsHub article from 19 April on the effects of the $2.3bn uni cuts: "Schools funding formula fails arts education,"
By Paul Isbel | Friday April 19 ...
Research by the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) has questioned key claims about the $2.3bn university cuts made by Craig Emerson, the Minister for Education, Skills, Science and Research, in an email forwarded to all Monash University staff and students on Wednesday. An almost identical letter was emailed to the
ABC News report about today’s protests in Perth over the Federal Government’s $2.3bn cuts to university funding.
Members of the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) and students staged protests this morning at Curtin University, Murdoch University, the University of Western Australia and Edith Cowan University.
NTEU Division President Gabe Gooding told the ABC that the cuts were particularly bad for Western Australia because of the decision many years ago to move the school starting age forward by six months. This will start to be felt in 2015 with half as many school leavers as usual available to enrol at
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