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Lee's media: May 2014

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Lee Rhiannon 31 May 2014
  • Eddie Murray to be remembered 33 years later, May 2, Green Left Weekly
  • PM rejects 'treasurer for sale' reports, May 4, Australian Times
  • Tony Abbott dismisses claims lobbyists are buying influence, May 4, The Guardian
  • Coalition & Labor: donations not corrupting force in federal system, May 5, ABC News
  • Greens call for changes to political donation laws, May 5, RN Breakfast - ABC Radio National
  • PM Abbott says politics 'pretty clean', May 5, West Australian
  • Labor slams Hockey's use of independent reviewer as fundraising bait, May 7, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Committee calls for sweeping changes to Senate voting, May 8, Australian
  • Major political parties agree on voting changes targeting micro-parties, May 9, The Guardian
  • Eddie Murray "died at the hands of person or persons unknown", May 10The Stringer
  • Chip mill to end Gippsland timber contract, May12, Eden Magnet,

    Bombala Times

  • Eddie Murray to be remembered nationally, May 12, Guardian
  • FOI change will favour spin doctors: expert, May 13, Ninemsn
  • Budget2014: freedom of information framework faces radical surgery, May 13, The Guardian
  • Comment: Abbott's assault on public higher education (Lee opinion piece), May 13, SBS Blog
  • Australia criticized for backing out on aid programs, May 14, Shanghai Daily
  • 'Unsung hero' in jeopardy: senators (TAFE proposals), May 15, Australian
  • Sydney's university staff and students rally against budget cuts to education, staff conditions, May 20, Daily Telegraph
  • Greens target exporters, May 20, The Land
  • Riot Squad and police re-direct 10000 marchers from Town Hall to St Andrews Square, May 21, Daily Telegraph
  • Leaked Documents Cast Doubt On Abbott's $60k Scholarship, May 21, New Matilda
  • Abbott daughter scholarship not declared, May 21, Yahoo7 News
  • I can't say uni fees won't double: Abbott, May 21, The West Australian
  • ICAC reference to Newcastle 'carpet man' no joke: Greens, May 22, ABC Local
  • Thousands protest education cuts in Sydney, May 22,

    Green Left Weekly

  • OPINION: Coal industry decline in Hunter inevitable (Lee opinion piece), May 22, Newcastle Herald
  • Budget protesters bring Sydney CBD to standstill, May 23, Echonetdaily
  • Speaker won't back down on fundraiser, May 26, Business Spectator

  • Abbott government to hand over $1b for East West Link stage two despite lack of business case, May 26, Sydney Morning Herald

  • Is the Government's plan to charge interest on existing student loans a broken contract? May 26, Yahoo!7 news
  • Information Commissioner signals 23 OAIC jobs at risk, May 28, iT News
  • Greens Call In ICAC After Group Colleges Link Revealed, May 29, New Matilda
  • Greens are too quick to write off the coal industry [opinion], May 29, Australian Mining, Newcastle Herald
  • Greens want ICAC to widen Nicolaou probe, May 30, Perth Now
  • Abbott daughter's $60000 scholarship 'based on merit', May 21, The Age

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