To hear someone is on track with their progression understandably leaves the impression they’ve found nothing better to do.
Michael Spence expensed $133,525.46 over two years against the University, including thousands on exclusive all-male social clubs.
The Seymour Centre opened its doors to Law Revue once again, returning after three years of consecutive cancellations.
Belinda Hutchinson spent $7042 of USyd money on taxis in just three years, while Michael Spence travelled by personal University car. Strangely, Hutchinson went to the effort of claiming $3.90 from USyd for refreshments – despite owning a $20 million apartment in Point Piper.
Election promises on aged care and the climate went through a significantly transformed parliament.
USyd NTEU members voted to continue industrial action with 24 hour strike action on 17 August.
Christian Holman narrates what was a soap opera filled with promises and evasions.
A final visit to the city’s most cherished pizza joint would reveal it to be anything but a dive bar on death row.
Chaos descends over Council as it debates last week’s train lockout, Ukraine invasion and the upcoming Federal Election.
The University has announced that no student will be penalised for attendance during tomorrow's severe weather warning. Some classes will be moved online.