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Lee's media: August 2014

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Lee Rhiannon 31 Aug 2014
  • ICAC Rejects Call For Probe Into Private College Donations To Libs August 2, New Matilda
  • 'Too many young people are going to university': Business chief says more school-leavers should choose a trade August 4Daily Mail
  • Up to 65,000 students may have to repay loans sooner August 11, The Guardian
  • Liberal Senator Back meets with NT live export industry to garner support for proposed 'ag-gag' legislation August 13, ABC Online  ABC Rural
  • Ban animal tested products in Australia? August 14, Brisbane Times
  • Dishonourable mention August 16, Newcastle Herald
  • Labor tries to take cruelty out of cosmetics August 16, Sydney Morning Herald,  Sun Herald
  • TAFE directors to lobby Senate to pass Coalition education subsidies August 16, Sydney Morning Herald
  • TAFE urges Senate to play fair August 17, Sunday Age
  • Ending animal testing in cosmetics a win for consumers August 17, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Brisbane Times
  • Australia: Student “day of action” over education cutbacks August 20, World Socialist Web Site
  • Students protest education changes, burn Pyne effigy August 20, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Pyne steps up university negotiations August 25,  Daily Telegraph
  • Greens Senator visits Moruya August 25,  Moruya Bay Post
  • Murray family meet with Attorney-General August 26, The Stringer
  • Group of Eight says the bill for 'free' university would be $133bn by 2030 August 26, Australian
  • One chance' for university reform, says Christopher Pyne August 26, Australian
  • Australian government pushes ahead with university restructuring August 27, World Socialist Web Site
  • The Government's higher education reforms are to be introduced August 27, Yahoo7 News
  • Pyne sets course for uni negotiations August 27, Sydney Morning Herald
  • The World Today - Indications Pyne sympathetic to assistance package for regional unis, campuses, students August 27, ABC Radio - The World Today
  • Just the bill, please August 27, Australian
  • Pyne introduces uni deregulation bill: Senate remains opposed August 28, ABC - World today
  • Pyne sets course for uni negotiations August 28SBS
  • Christopher Pyne: changes to university funding are a 'fair go' for students August 28, Guardian
  • Status quo not an option: Harding August 28, Australian
  • Pyne introduces uni deregulation bill: Senate remains opposed August 28, ABC - World today
  • Private colleges eye a profitable future under Christopher Pyne deregulation plan August 29, Australian
  • Politics’ hidden millions in party favours August 30, Saturday Paper
  • Feds Weigh In To Macquarie University Legal Dispute August 31, New Matilda

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