Wren's Week: The 2019 Coalition report card

John Wren takes a look back at the performance of our country's leaders over the year and grades ...  
'Region' of Perth not so cheerful about increased migration

Already struggling with infrastructure overload, Perth will only buckle under the Morrison ...  
ScoMo's letting 'children be children' only adds to climate change anxiety

In the wake of Greta Thunberg’s powerful and damning UN speech, Prime Minister Scott Morrison ...  
Morrison Government's 'anti-worker agenda' ignores unions in VET program

'One has to wonder if the money funding the VET reform program is actually being applied to real ...  
Australia's universities are over-reliant on overseas students

Australian universities are too dependent on overseas students, leaving them vulnerable to poli ...  
Tertiary student poverty ignored by policy makers

The upcoming Inquiry into the adequacy of Newstart means now is the time for students to make ...  
Scott Morrison's TAFE for the rich

The Coalition Government's policies have starved TAFE in favour of private-sector VET training ...  
Battles at Queensland University: Starting to look like conflicts of the past

The recent protests at Queensland University are taking it back to a time when it was a leading ...  
Class service: The rich schools are becoming richer

Private schools are charging extraordinary amounts in school fees, for what is basically the same ...  
Failing: Music Academy falling short of Government-mandated enrolments

There are serious questions to be raised about the operation of the James Morrison Academy of ...  
Government agency inadequate against campus sexual assault complaints

A volunteer group for the safety of students is disappointed with the lack of action taken by the ...  
Forgiving the student debt trap

Many tertiary students struggle under the weight of student debts, so maybe it's time for polic ...  
Moving forward: Unity after Christchurch

Open discussions between people of all backgrounds are the key to unlocking the potential for ...  
Isn't it about time? Schools should be starting later

There are many good reasons why schools should be starting later.  
UniSA assault statistics reveal work still needs to be done

Statistics for sexual assaults at the University of South Australia reveal improvements needed in ...  
The trickle-down ravages of neoliberalism

Dr Evan Jones examines the deep-rooted and devastating effects of neoliberal economic policies.  
Morrison Government's MYEFO raid on inventions, ideas and talent

The Coalition has unleashed further budget cuts to university funding, throwing bad policy after ...  
Climate strikes: No, the kids aren't alright

“If you were doing your job properly, we wouldn't be here.”  
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