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Public Defender: ‘Dudded’ students taking Sydney University to court

John Rolfe, Public Defender, The Daily Telegraph October 6, 2016 3:01pm ABOUT 140 Sydney University students are taking action in the state’s consumer court alleging they’ll be dudded on their degrees under plans to move the arts campus, halve staffing and scrap courses. In proceedings filed in the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, students from … Continue reading Public Defender: ‘Dudded’ students taking Sydney University to court

Day 22 of OccupySCA

Rachel Evans 12 September at 18:09 Day 22 of Sydney College of the Arts occupation! Sydney University Camperdown campus planning meeting, green bans Jack Mundy visited SCA occupation, occupier Cecilia Castro addresses the Public Service Association Council meeting who gave Occupy SCA $ 1000! #notmoving#scastay#winning    

Occupation of Admin and the office of Dean of Sydney College of the Arts is happening now

The occupation of Admin and the office of Dean of Sydney College of the Arts is happening now, escalation for the Let SCA Stay campaign ! Occupiers listening from to Hall Greenland #friendsofcallanpark amongst a sea of @letscastay supporters “Why this university wants to destroy this art school, Sydney College of the Arts, a wonderful fine … Continue reading Occupation of Admin and the office of Dean of Sydney College of the Arts is happening now

Occupation Bulletin

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Galileo and ISPT acquired the site earlier this year for an estimated $45 million

Galileo & ISPT Lodge $61m DA For Sydney Building 16th June 2015 Galileo Group and Industry Superannuation Property Trust (ISPT) lodged a $61 million stage-one development application for their recently acquired 173-175 Phillips Street site. The application is to re-develop the former Sydney Law Campus at St James in Sydney’s CBD into a luxury apartment … Continue reading Galileo and ISPT acquired the site earlier this year for an estimated $45 million