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ANU music school cuts to go ahead

The Australian National University has announced it will go ahead with plans to radically reshape its music program, despite protests from staff and students. Thirteen full-time jobs will go; the number of academic positions will drop from 24 to 13, and administrative position from 10 to 8. There will be an increase in the use of external tutors and casual staff.

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