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Police response to campus protest “disturbing” and “violent”

By ALLISON HORE University of Sydney staff and students have been left feeling “disturbed” by footage showing the heavy-handed actions of police at a campus protest on Wednesday. Around 200 students gathered on the lawn at University of Sydney at around midday on Wednesday to participate in a public “teach out” organised by the National […]

Investment fuels clean energy

By JOAN HENSON Students worldwide have urged adults to strike on September 20, for extensive government investment in job guarantees for fossil fuel workers, facing renewable energy-induced unemployment. The Maritime Union of Australia Sydney (MUAS) has joined School Strike 4 Climate’s (SS4C) Sydney campaign, advocating a just transition, while imparting the economic and moral toll […]

Residents march against Adani

BY SARAH MCLENAGHAN Inner West residents have marched through Newtown ahead of the Federal election to pressure local politicians to commit to stopping the Adani Coal Mine project. On Sunday protestors gathered in Camperdown Memorial Rest Park before marching through King Street in a rally against climate change organised by the campaign group Stop Adani […]

Teachers clash with Sydney University over library cuts

By Elliott Brennan Sydney University library staff have been told they will be made redundant by the new system that will focus on a digital platform as well as the extension of opening hours. The planned cuts will affect 156 staff in total. Prominent authors showed solidarity with the the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) […]