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Lee's media: October 2014

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Lee Rhiannon 31 Oct 2014
  • Payments under vocational equivalent of HECS leap 50-fold in five years October 1, Australian
  • Latest university rankings have little relevance October 2, Canberra Times  Ballarat Courier 
  • Australia's investment in renewable energy slumps 70 percent in one year October 3, Business Green   Guardian    
  • Freedom of Information Act amendments set to be blocked in Senate, nation could lose appeal rights October 3, ABC news
  • City students lose access to relocation scholarships October 3, Sydney Morning Herald The Saturday Age Border Mail, Albury-Wodonga,  Illawarra Mercury, Canberra Times,
  • VET scheme relies on trust October 6, The Australian (Higher Education)
  • Water watchdog responsibilities may face tough task for Senate approval October 6, Weekly Times Now
  • Australia's investment in renewable energy slumps 70% iin one year – The Guardian October 6, Brocap - Brotherhood of St. Lawrence
  • Wonky Health asks: will deregulation of higher education be a nightmare for the health sector? October 8, Crikey (blog)
  • PM - Senate inquiry into university fee deregulation probes political uncertainty of package October 9,  ABC - PM
  • Chapman gets the laughs (column mention scholarship query) October 9, Australian
  • High uni fees no quality guarantee October 9, Australian
  • Pyne Loophole Means Whitehouse May Escape Federal Scholarship Scheme October 9, New Matilda
  • South Sydney Rabbitohs roll the dice with James Packer (Lee's support for team) October 10, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Greens candidate concerned with state planning system October 10, ABC Local
  • Greens hopeful vows to redefine politics October 12, Newcastle Herald
  • Greens emphasise jobs in Hunter campaign October 13, Newcastle Herald
  • Greens reveal Hunter plan to create thousands of new jobs October 13, ABC news
  • Coalition revives debate on new dams but avoids any firm commitment October 20, Guardian
  • Anthony Albanese slams Greens for co-opting Whitlam pic for logo October 21, Australian
  • View from the Street: Going off, and owing Gough (supports Green tribute) October 22, Age
  • Whitlam's legacy belongs to all progressives October 22, ABC - The Drum
  • Claiming Gough's political legacy October 25The Saturday Paper 
  • Labor ahead in Hunter byelections October 25, Canberra Times
  • Animal-Tested Cosmetics To Be Banned In Australia Under Proposed Bill October 27, animalsvoice news.com
  • Uni says high fees mean more scholarships October 27, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Palmer party to vote against all the Coalition's higher education changes October 27, Guardian
  • Pyne hoping to win PUP support for fee deregulation with scholarship promise October 27, Guardian
  • Decision to protect Pagoda Rocks set to cost hundreds of jobs October 27, Daily Telegraph
  • Uni VCs selling Australian students short for a quick buck October 27, crikey
  • Melissa Parke Breaks Labor Ranks to Back BDS Campaign Against Israel  October 28, New Matilda
  • Coalition call for more rural uni cash October 28, Age  Sky News Australia
  • Raising student loan rates could have 'unforeseen impact October 29. Guardian
  • Dam plan won't wash: Greens (Lee Opinion) October 30, Queensland Country Life  Stock & Land  


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