Liam Carrigan on the political implications of the Student Services and Amenities Fee
Ajay Sivanathan reports
I didn’t vote in the last State election, despite being eligible (and legally obliged) to do so. Faced with a corrupt Labor incumbent and a heartless Liberal challenger, I didn’t think it mattered much who won. It did. Last year, the State Government announced a package of reforms to homelessness services and women’s refuges in…
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The University of Sydney Senate has nixed calls for Convocation as The University’s highest governing body will instead hold a “town hall style gathering”, reports Christina White.
Georgia Kriz investigates the government’s cuts to Aboriginal legal services.
Astha Rajvanshi was there as it happened.
Andrew Passarello reports on today’s National Day of Action.
Astha Rajvanshi reports on the EAN’s starring role on Q&A.
Tom Gardner became entangled in red tape while investigating this piece.