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The Abbott Government’s own report from the Senate Committee Inquiry into the Higher Education and Research Reform in Australia (HERRA) Bill provides lackluster support, and in some cases shows ...
The NTEU today disputed the Vice Chancellor's claims that deregulation will make the University of Sydney a fairer and more open institution.
Dr Michael Spence, Vice Chancellor of The Sydney ...
The National Tertiary Education Union today pays tribute to Gough Whitlam, who as Prime Minister dragged Australia into a new era focused on equality and opportunity.
Gough Whitlam had great faith ...
The NTEU this morning released the UnAustralian: a satirical newspaper set in 2024 showing what Australia could look like if Christopher Pyne’s higher education changes pass the Senate.
Staff at Southern Cross University have shown that low staff morale at the University is a serious issue despite claims from the VC that it was not.
Staff members highlighted this in a survey on ...
The NTEU says that dropping the highly controversial proposed interest rate on university student debts will have little impact on student debt levels.
“The NTEU is confident that cross ...
The Victorian Liberal Government has announced a so-called new education campus in Lilydale to be run by Box Hill Institute.
NTEU represents workers in the tertiary education sector, including many ...
JEANNIE REA, NTEU NATIONAL PRESIDENT
SENATE INQUIRY INTO THE HIGHER EDUCATION & RESEARCH REFORM AMENDMENT BILL 2014
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The National Tertiary ...
Unions representing university staff and nurses and midwives have used the second day of Senate hearings into the Higher Education and Research Reform Amendment Bill 2014 to urge the Senate to dump ...