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Lee's media: March 2015

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Lee Rhiannon 31 Mar 2015
  • Australian Council for International Development warns aid cuts will hurt global relations March 1, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Support needed for local industry March 2, South Coast Register, Nowra NSW
  • Department of Parliamentary Services' chaos under Carol Mills March 2, Canberra Times
  • Pyne's penalty plan won't work March 4, Campus Review, 
  • Bali nine executions: Australian politicians hold rare candlelight vigil March 5. Sydney Morning Herald
  • Mass killing of unwanted greyhounds set to be reinvestigated March 7, Brisbane Times
  • Inquiry probes mass grey hound killings March 8, Sunday Canberra Times
  • “Focus people!” – Group of Eight to everybody March 9, campusmorningmail.com
  • Staff and students demonstrate March 11, tharunka.arc.unsw.edu.au
  • Lee Rhiannon, NSW Greens Senator has vowed that she and her party will stand with farmers March 11, abc new england north west
  • 'Dodgy' vocational training practices to be targeted by government March 11, Guardian
  • UNSW staff strike for better pay and conditions March 13, Green Left Weekly
  • ABC New England North West News - Greens stand with farmers March13, ABC Online
  • Greens’ Lee Rhiannon answers your Qs March 14, Daily Telegraph
  • Uni deregulation plan appears doomed March 15, Sky News
  • University fee deregulation still facing defeat in Senate despite concessions March 15, Guardian
  • Pyne pushes Senate to vote for uni reform March 15, SBS
  • Government's higher education backdown fails to win over crossbench March 16, Radio Australia
  • Kangaroo debate: Plague proportions or at-risk species? March 16ABC Online
  • Pyne clears away university 'hurdles' March 16, Yahoo!7
  • RAY'S REASONINGS Rock bottom of the racist barrel March 17, Daily Advertiser, Wagga Wagga
  • Senate blocks university deregulation again March 17, SBS
  • Fancy a pet wombat? Senator says bringing native animals into homes could save them (Lee disagrees) March 17, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Senator urges native animals as pets  (Lee disagrees) March 17, SBS
  • Christopher Pyne made last ditch bid for support on uni reform March 17, Australian
  • Senate shines a light on bright solar initiative in western NSW  March 17, ABC Online
  • Deregulation debate sparks instability fears March 17, Australian
  • Koala-cuddler Foley finds it's easy being in bed with the Greens March 17, Daily Telegraph
  • University fee deregulation blocked but Pyne pledges to fight on March 17, The conversation
  • Senate blocks university deregulation again March 17, SBS
  • CSG opponents deliver postcards to candidates March 18, Echonetdaily
  • Lee Rhiannon: It’s time to move on March 18, Campus Review, 
  • Desperate Abbott looks at the barnacles in the Senate March 19, Australian Financial Review
  • Greens blast big party stance on political donations March 19, Echonetdaily
  • Bid to clean up 'feral' Senate March 19, Australian Financial Review-
  • Beach Energy chief gets govt role March 19, Daily Telegraph
  • Forum debates Greece and SYRIZA's fight against austerity March 20. Green Left Weekly
  • Green with envy (Lee opposes corruption) March 20, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Desperate Abbott looks at barnacles in the Senate March 21, Australian Financial Review,
  • Future mortgaged to the mining past (Lee opinion piece) March 21, Online Opinion
  • Nats 'overlooked' by desperate Abbott March 23, Farm Weekly
  • Liberal National party fundraising bodies forced to correct AEC Returns March 24, Guardian
  • NSW Election: Watch my lips March 25, The Fifth Estate
  • ANU students slam fee deregulation at vocal protest March 25, Canberra Times
  • Data Retention Laws Pass Parliament, Labor & Coalition Vote Together March 26, Pedestrian TV
  • Abbott's ministers testing water for changes to Senate election March 26, Guardian
  • STATE OF PLAY from Ean Higgins March 28, Australian
  • NSW election: Greens claim four seats March 28, Australian
  • NSW election 2015: live as Baird, Foley go head to head (Lee on Regional Vote) 28 March, Australian
  • Out Of The Ashes Of Deregulation, A New Vision For Public Universities Must Rise (Lee opinion piece) March 29, New Matilda
  • Dumb And Dumber: Top Unis Dump Pyne, Back Big Business March 30, New Matilda
  • Group of Eight calls for 'depoliticised' review of universities March 30, The Guardian
  • Policies come second for voters March 30, Australian

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