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  1. Round Six of university enterprise bargaining is underway

    Posted 19 June 2012 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    Round Six of university enterprise bargaining is underway following a successful meeting of approximately eighty delegates from across NTEU’s university branches to debate key strategies and ...

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  2. Bans on student results at UNSW and VU

    Posted 19 July 2010 by Ken McAlpine (NTEU National Office)

    Members will probably have seen media reports on enterprise bargaining negotiations at VU and UNSW, and in particular the current protected industrial action in the form of the withholding of student ...

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  3. VU Management lose Full Bench appeal: ‘no changes’ means no changes

    Posted 25 June 2010 by Linda Gale (Vic Division)

    A long-running dispute at Victoria University (VU) over the Academic Workloads Model has finally been resolved in favour of the NTEU. A Full Bench decision from Fair Work Australia (FWA) on 18 June ...

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  4. Attack on academic freedom at VU

    Posted 18 December 2008 by Paul Clifton (NTEU National Office)

    In an astounding move, the Chancellor of Victoria University is threatening to sue an academic staff member. Dr Jamie Doughney, a senior lecturer and NTEU Victorian Division President, has been threatened with legal action over critical remarks he made in the media about the plan by Victoria University to make over 270 staff redundant.

    The Age reports:

    Government solicitor John Cain jnr has sent a letter on behalf of the chancellor, Supreme Court judge Frank Vincent, to James Doughney, a member of the university’s governing council, demanding he withdraw and apologise for an attack on Victoria University chiefs over their plan to slash hundreds of

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