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Lee's media: April 2014

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Lee Rhiannon 30 Apr 2014
  • Editor's Letter (re Biennale protest), April 1, Creative Times Reports
  • Protesters arrested trying to stop transfer of Villawood asylum seekers, April 1, The Guardian
  • Clive Palmer has right to spend big on WA Senate election: ALP, April 1, Perth Now
  • Ricky Gervais to Australians: Support Ban on Animal Testing, April 1, ecorazzi
  • Palmer has right to spend big: Labor, April 1, SBS
  • Senate backs call for Barton funds, April 1, Yass Tribune
  • Greens 'attacking ag': Joyce, April 1, Stock Journal
  • 10 protesters were arrested at Villawood Detention Centre this morning, April 2, Daily Telegraph
  • All guns blazing on live ex (Lee Opinion Piece,) April 3, Stock Journal
  • 10 protesters were arrested at Villawood Detention Centre, April 3, Australian
  • Protesters arrested outside Villawood detention centre, April 3, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Foreign aid: Parliamentary committees at 50 paces, April 3, The Interpreter
  • The Coalition Wants Its Cruelty Out Of Sight, April 3, New MatildaGreen Left Weekly
  • Politicians blame each other as Senate hearing into TAFE,  April 7, ABC Local
  • Wollongong TAFE inquiry halted after no-shows, April 8, Illawarra Mercury
  • College 'cowboy' fear as red tape unwinds, April 8, The Australian
  • Senator hits out at refugees' treatment, April 9, Fairfield Advance
  • MPs duel over TAFE, April 9, The Australian
  • Illawarra MPs sickened over canned TAFE inquiry, April 9, Illawarra Mercury
  • Technical and further education facing uncertain future, April 10, CIO
  • Sharp Differences (Letter on voting patterns), April 14, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Greens slam university shake-up, April 14, Illawarra Mercury
  • University of Wollongong lashes Greens, April 15, Illawarra Mercury
  • It's high time for a national corruption commission (Lee Opinion Piece), April 16, The Guardian
  • Greens concerned at universities review, April 17, Daily Advertiser
  • CSU says future of higher education remains unclear after review report released, April 17, ABC News
  • Greens tackle links between politics and business with new rules, April 17, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Sydney International Women Poetry Festival 2014, April 20, Iranian
  • Australian government plans sweeping privatisation of higher education, April 21, World Socialist Web Site
  • Raue survives board vote, April 23, Sydney City News
  • Sheep farmers welcome Saudi Arabia live export talks, April 27, ABC Radio: The World Today
  • Eddie Murray to be remembered 33 years late, April 27 The Stringer
  • Greens want answers on uni fees, April 28, The Australian
  • Changes afoot, but uni to preserve reputation, April 28, Tasmanian Examiner

 

 

 

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