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Lee's media: March 2014

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Lee Rhiannon 30 Mar 2014
  • Uni dumps 350 jobs to fund research, March 1, The Australian
  • Qantas Senate inquiry push unlikely to get Labor's support, March 3, Sydney Morning Herald 
  • Bill Shorten unlikely to back Greens and Nick Xenophon's push for inquiry into Qantas future, March 3, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Mardi Gras: Threat of rain fails to dampen Sydney celebrations, March 3, ABC news
  • Greens bill to cut nomination fees, March 4, Sydney Mprning Herald
  • Labor playing games on Qantas: Greens, March 5, News.com.au
  • Paddo Bowl Inquiry 2008 – First media report 2014, March 10, Wendy Bacon blog
  • Hopping mad over roos, March 10, Graintec Scientific
  • Australian police declined to interview 'tortured' Sri Lankan asylum seeker, March 11, The Guardian
  • TAFE facing tough times, March 13, Melbourne Life - SMH National
  • Qantas urges level playing field, March 14, Business Spectator
  • Qantas Senate inquiry: Alan Joyce defends cuts, says strategy is not unusual international, March 14, ABC Radio - PM
  • Greens to push for ban on cosmetics tested on animals, March 16, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Move for cosmetics ban, March 16, Sun Herald
  • Australia urged to follow EU ban on animal testing; Greens to move bill in Senate this week, March 17, ABC News
  • Australian senator proposes bill to end animal testing, March 18, Cosmetics Design Asia
  • Taxpayer cash earmarked for multinationals, March 18Australian Financial Review
  • BHP and Rio Tinto to be lent $100 million by government body, March 18,  Sydney Morning HeraldIllawarra Mercury,The Age
  • Australian senator proposes bill to end animal testing  March 18, Cosmetics Design Asia
  • Export fund says $110 million loan to Chile helps Australia, March 19,  The Australian
  • Sri Lanka Tamils subjected to horrific abuse after 2009 civil war, March 19, The Guardian
  • Culled roos pet food trial, March 19, North Queensland Register
  • Crikey Clarifier: will we ban animal testing for cosmetics? March 19, Crikey
  • Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon’s End Cruel Cosmetics Bill 2014 answers the public’s growing opposition to animals testing, March 20, Courier Mail
  • Turbulent times on the horizon for TAFE, March 24, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Sinodinos Was Struck Down By The NSW Disease (Lee Opinion Piece), March 25, New Matilda
  • Technical and further education facing uncertain future, March 25, CMO
  • Standards body on higher education awaits fate, March 25, The AustralianTAFE Scoop It
  • Ray Goodlass attacked during West Bank visit, March 26, Daily Advertiser
  • Breakthroughs might mean end of animals testing, March 26, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Julie Bishop betrays Tamil victims on UN war crimes investigation (Lee Opinion Piece), March 28, New Matilda
  • Call to probe health of Qantas, March 28, The Australian
  • Get ball rolling on Barton duplication, government told, March 28, Daily Advertiser
  • Western Australia's Senate election: The will or the swill of the people? How might the system be improved? March 30, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Ricky Gervais Urges Australians To Support Bill To Ban Cosmetics Animal Testing,‏ March 31, Look to the Stars
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