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Uni Leaders Have Abandoned Our Domestic Students

After a challenging 12 months, things are returning to normal for most Australians. People are spending again, cafes and restaurants are open, and the country’s CBDs are springing back to life. Property auction clearance rates are above 80 per cent. There’s even been a mini-boom in intrastate tourism.

But universities, ever resistant to change, are still stuck in the past.

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