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Coalition gives universities $326m for new places but Labor warns tens of thousands will miss out
Sector calls out ‘significant flaws’ in package and warns 40% of students will pay more for degrees ...
An inevitable crisis: how Covid-19 hit UK universities
The academic year has started at universities across the UK but new students are finding themselves forced to isolate ...
Presidential debate live: Biden tells Trump he's the 'worst president America has ever had'
Joe Biden has claimed that Trump suggested nuking hurricanes to stop them in their path, which Trump immediately denied. You ...
Protests and Covid leave Hong Kong stuck in recession
Political unrest hit tourism and retail, and coronavirus response has delayed recovery ...
Coronavirus live news: 60m Indians may have contracted Covid; Disney announces mass layoffs
India’s pandemic agency says cases may be ten times official figure; New York introduces face mask fines as positivity rates ...
Trump and Biden in bitterly personal clash at first presidential debate
Candidates throw insults amid arguments over healthcare, coronavirus and supreme court First published on Tue 29 Sep 2020 ...
Deadly fires rage through northern California forcing tens of thousands to evacuate
Glass fire tripled in size Monday in Napa and Sonoma counties, while the Zogg fire burning farther north has killed three ...
California's Kobe Bryant law bans photos of the dead by first responders
A man wearing a Kobe Bryant jersey visits a mural on what is being called Kobe Bryant day in Los Angeles on 24 August.
Presidential debate live: Trump talks over Biden as candidates clash on healthcare and supreme court
Candidates face off in Cleveland, Ohio, with Chris Wallace of Fox News moderating the TV showdown ...
Coronavirus Australia live update: Daniel Andrews holds press conference as Victoria reports 13 new cases and four deaths
NSW records no new locally acquired cases for fifth day as pressure mounts over border closures and budget speculation ...
To really defend freedom at Australian universities, we must fight for workplace security
Pauline Hanson says she wants to protect ‘academic free speech’. But you need a secure job to be outspoken ...