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Redundancies reduced at Sydney

Three students were arrested at a protest over redundancies at the University of Sydney last week, where a police officer’s arm was also broken. After months of at times angry debate, including a hearing at Fair Work Australia, the university has finalised a series of academic job cuts, with 23 staff being offered voluntary redundancies, and 20 being offered teaching-focused roles.

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