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Lee's media: June 2014

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Lee Rhiannon 30 Jun 2014
  • Police 'should investigate mine-site spies' June 1, Cowra Community News
  • Christopher Pyne's education gaffe draws fire from Opposition, Greens June 1, West Australian
  • Greens: “Pyne Not Across Key Details Of His Own Reforms June 1realnewsone
  • Murray-Darling Water Recovery Strategy released June 1, sustainability matters
  • Labor and Greens not willing to compromise on higher education budget, June 2, ABC online
  • Call for police to investigate June 2, AAP,  
  • Whitehaven Coal tree top protest continues June 2 Yahoo 7,  Herald Sun  Perth Now
  • University graduates will be out of work for at least Four months June 3, Daily Mail (Australia)
  • The move to reopen the live trade with Iran will result in an an improvement in prices across the country June 3, Weekly Times Now
  • Interest in hiked university fees crashes website, June 4, Sydney Morning Herald, Blacktown Sun
  • Higher education regulator was not consulted about budget changes June 4, The Guardian
  • Calculator reveals uni fee hikes June 4, NEWS.com.au
  • Private 'For Profit' Colleges: More Liberal Links Emerge June 4, New Matilda
  • Attorney-General George Brandis says use of term 'occupied' over East Jerusalem as inappropriate June 4, Sydney Morning Herald
  • 30% of university graduates to be out of work after finishing degree June 4, Illawarra Mercury
  • Greens say more than a million hits on interactive that works out cost of degree June 5, news-com-au
  • Backlash to Brandis ruling out use of 'occupied' to describe Israeli Settlements June 5, (PM) ABC online
  • Australia Refuses to Label East Jerusalem 'Occupied' June 5. unitedwithisrael
  • Trade loans may be outsourced June 5, Australian
  • Why selling a budget is far harder than in the days of Hawke and Howard June 6, Crikey
  • The Feed, HECS calculator, June 6 SBS
  • Point scoring and talking points miss the point – this budget is fundamentally unfair June 6, The Guardian
  • Police investigate allegations of spies infiltrating anti-coal protesters at Maules Creek camp June 11, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Rally demands justice for Eddie Murray June 14, Green Left Weekly
  • Bishop moves to calm Jerusalem furore June 14, SBS
  • Eddie Murray remembered – now the justice please June 15, thestringer
  • Senadora australiana cuestiona participación de Origin Enery en proyecto Rio Cuerva June 16, El Divisadero
  • Ag-gag to stop farm privacy breaches: govt June 16, SBS
  • Bishop moves to calm Jerusalem furore June 16, Australian Times
  • Fight for Great Artesian Basin funding within LNP ranks June 16, ABC Local
  • Private sector is the new approach to foreign aid June 17, NewsMail
  • Greens query Christopher Pyne's model June 17, Australian
  • NGOs back new focus on aid June 18, Australian
  • Australia rolls out 'aid for trade' June 18, Radio New Zealand
  • Private sector is the new approach to foreign aid June 18, Gladstone Observer
  • Senate inquiry into higher ed regulator splits on party lines June 18, Australian
  • Greens rally behind call for national portable long service leave June 18, SmartCompany
  • Foreign Minister Julie Bishop insists East Jerusalem policy unchanged June 18, Sydney Morning Herald
  • East Jerusalem – a diplomatic crisis the government didn't need to have June 20, The Conversation
  • Occupied territories dispute another mark against Brandis June 23, The Age
  • New Zealand anti-mining activist detained in Lynas protest June 23, The Rakyat Post
  • Fee Changes Could Devastate Women In Science June 25, New Matilda
  • Xenophon Smashes Brandis-Abbott Spin On Occupied Palestine June 26New Matilda
  • Arrests at Malaysian Rare Earths Refinery Protests June 27, The Diplomat
  • Liberals look for funding loophole: Greens June 27, Daily Mail (Australia)
  • Outgoing Liberal president suggests corporate membership June 27, The Guardian
  • Loopholes leave logging laws 'toothless': Greens June 29, Sydney Morning Herald

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