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Lee's media: November 2014

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Lee Rhiannon 30 Nov 2014
  • IPCC report on fossil fuels "too conservative" November 3, ABC Online
  • Questioning the value of the Australia/US alliance November 4, The Guardian - Workers Weekly
  • VET awards call out amid criticism of funding overhaul November 5, Burwood Scene
  • Backing for Coalition's uni plan from the prof November 6, Southern Free Times (Qld)
  • Shorten: tell us what was traded away for China cattle deal November 6, Australian
  • Beef export deal a winner from paddock to plate November 8Weekend Australian
  • Universities to regain hundreds of millions of dollars if Senate blocks bill November 8, Guardian
  • Greens see red over housing November 11Inner West Courier
  • Australia's education reputation at risk, Kim Carr warns November 12Canberra Times
  • Lord Mayor Clover Moore joins Greens in celebrating former communist union leader Jack Mundey November 12, Australian
  • Train activists accuse Lismore MP of broken promise November 16Echonetdaily
  • Greens to vote down Coalition's university cuts in Senate November 16Illawarra Mercury
  • Freedom of information watchdog may be saved but staff have already left November 18Bendigo Advertiser
  • Dodgy private colleges facing Senate inquiry November 18, Daily Telegraph
  • Watchdog may survive but staff gone November 18, Canberra Times
  • Senate Inquiry Into Vocational Education Could Shake Up Coalition's Deregulation Push November 19, New Matilda
  • Vote To Establish VET Inquiry Delayed November 19, New Matilda
  • Private colleges facing inquiry November 19, Financial Feed
  • Arms dealers are setting up shop in Australia. There's still time to reject these merchants of death November 20Guardian
  • Private education and training sector to face Senate inquiry November 25Choice
  • TEQSA to retain its quality control power in amended reform bill November 25, Australian
  • Coalition paves way for deal on budget cuts November 25, Australian
  • Newman escapes conviction over Whitehouse “hacking” scandal November 25,   Honi Soit
  • Graduates may be spared loan interest increases under cross-bench compromise November 25, Guardian
  • Senate Motion Against Cosmetics Animal Testing Welcomed November 27, ABC Online
  • Privacy commissioner Timothy Pilgrim says human rights merger won't work November 27, Scoop.co.nz
  • Australian navy's largest ship commissioned Canberra November 28, NewsWalk.info
  • Student loan interest backdown unlikely to move hostile senate November 30, Guardian

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