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UNE Vice-Chancellor resigns amid racism allegations

University of England Vice-Chancellor Brigid Heywood has resigned amid allegations of racial vilification and assault, with the university breaking its silence following pressure from unions. Heywood was charged last week with common assault and behaving offensively in public after an ...

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UNE Vice-Chancellor faces assault charges

University of New England Vice Chancellor Professor Brigid Heywood is due to front court after she allegedly assaulted a 16-year-old girl in Armidale on March 8. The 65-year-old has been issued with a court attendance notice and is facing charges ...

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UOW secures deal with India to expand offshore

The University of Wollongong is set to become the first Australian university to have a teaching base in India after it signed a historic agreement with Gujarat city officials this week. On Wednesday, UOW and representatives from Gujarat International Finance Tec-City ...

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Funding boost for national defence research

Nine Australian universities have been awarded government research grants to develop technologies aimed at addressing national security threats. Australian National University, the University of Melbourne and the University of Sydney were among the successful round two recipients of the National ...

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Students slugged with $2.7bn interest on debt

University students will spend thousands more repaying their student loans and graduates will be slugged with a $2.7bn ­interest bill this year, after a huge increase in borrowing rates. Tertiary debt will swell this year after the indexation rate on ...

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