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Lee's media: December 2014

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Lee Rhiannon 31 Dec 2014
  • Labor Senate stunt puts Government on back foot in quest to deregulate universities; Jacqui Lambie slams 'born-to-rule' Liberals December 1, Yahoo!7 News
  • Freya Newman's ordeal sparks Greens bill to bolster whistleblower protection December 1, Guardian
  • Higher education 'reform' has been halted. Now's the time for inspiration December 1 (Lee opinion piece), Guardian
  • Greens stick up for 'Freya Newman' whistleblowers December 1The New Daily
  • Budget shambles as university deal fails December 2, Australian Financial Review
  • Senate votes down university fee deregulation despite late concessions December 2, Guardian
  • Education Minister to bring in new university deregulation bill December 2, ABC Online
  • Greens slam Back's Bill to legislate quick reporting
    of animal cruelty
     
    December  3, ABC Online
  • 10 Things: Schadenfreude! Australia's new natural resource  December 3, The Vine
  •  Free range pork farmer says anyone being cruel to animals should be exposed immediately in line with draft legislation  December 3ABC Online
  • Greens slam Back's Bill to legislate quick reporting of animal cruelty  December 3, ABC Rural
  • Government mulls university ad campaign after Senate defeat December 4, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Greens push for national reform of donations laws December 4, The Age
  • Abbott government cuts university support; funds priests' training December 4, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Pyne mulls campaign to `quell concerns' about fees December 4, Canberra Times
  • Greens push for national reform of donations laws December 4, The Age
  • Abbott government cuts university support; funds priests' training December 5, Canberra Times
  • Govt funds ad blitz on university changes December 8, Sky News Australia
  • Coalition launches advertising blitz in support of university changes December 8, Guardian
  • Deadline for animal activists December 8, Weekly Times
  • Financial discrepancies emerge in fundraising body linked to Tony Abbott December 8, Guardian
  • Supporters plan Rally for the Rail in Newcastle December 9Maitland Mercury
  • Unions must stand up to mine companies December 9 (Lee opinion Piece), Newcastle Herald
  • Financial discrepancies emerge in fundraising body linked to Tony Abbott  December 10, Guardian
  • Wife of Missing Lao Civil Society Leader Vows to Keep Pushing for Answers December 12, Radio Free Asia
  • Wife of missing activist keeps his case alive December13, AsiaOne
  • Higher Education top 50 December 17, Australian
  • The students who took the fight to uni fee deregulation December 17, Australian
  • Greens say Australia robbing neighbours December 17, Radio New Zealand
  • Australia cuts 3 billion more in foreign aid December 21, Radio New Zealand

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