SA Div

Welcome to the SA Division of the National Tertiary Education Union

Office:
15 Paxton's Walk, Palais Apartment Complex
281 North Tce, Adelaide 5000

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Phone: (08) 8227 2384
Fax: (08) 8227 0997
Email: sa@nteu.org.au


Division News

    1. The certainties: In 2015 NTEU keeps advocating for public higher education while Pyne keeps pushing deregulation and funding cuts

        NTEU members in universities will have returned in the New Year wondering if they had any break at all from Minister...

    2. APHEDA Film Fundraiser Supports The Working Women's Centre of Timor-Leste

      On 29 October 2014, hundreds of people attended the annual APHEDA, AETFA SA, SA Unions and the SA Working Women’s...

    3. Release of the "Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage" report

      More Indigenous people are finishing year 12 and then going on to further education. Yet despite these increases, numeracy...

    4. University of Adelaide staff vote overwhelmingly in favour of new Enterprise Agreement

      Members will have received the notice from DVC(A) Pascale Quester that the draft Enterprise Agreement has been overwhelming...

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Other News

  1. Photo - delivery of a computer in the 1960s

    Posted 21 January 2015 by Katherine Gale (University of Adelaide)

  2. The certainties: In 2015 NTEU keeps advocating for public higher education while Pyne keeps pushing deregulation and funding cuts

    Posted 19 January 2015 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

  3. SA Division Newsletter December 2014

    Posted 15 December 2014 by Katherine Gale (SA Division)

  4. The real facts about higher education

    Posted 15 December 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

  5. APHEDA Film Fundraiser Supports The Working Women's Centre of Timor-Leste

    Posted 8 December 2014 by Katherine Gale (University of Adelaide)

  6. eYarn Oct/Nov 2014 edition

    Posted 21 November 2014 by Celeste Liddle (Indigenous)

  7. Release of the "Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage" report

    Posted 20 November 2014 by Celeste Liddle (Indigenous)