The ACT Magistrate's Court

Alleged Copland Attacker Denied Bail

February 11, 2018 Eliza Croft 0

Content warning: this article contains descriptions of violence. Alex Ophel, who allegedly attacked students and a staff member with a baseball bat in August, was refused bail by the ACT Magistrate’s Court in December. Ophel, an ANU student at the

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Break In at ANUSA/PARSA Offices

November 27, 2017 Eliza Croft 0

The ANUSA and PARSA offices were broken into last night. Property was damaged, but there is yet to be confirmation of what, if anything, was stolen. Damage to the offices was discovered this morning. It appears that the glass back

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ANUSA to Formally Disaccredit from NUS

November 14, 2017 Michael Turvey 0

Eliza Croft & Michael Turvey ANUSA will not pay membership fees to the National Union of Students (NUS) in 2017, according to ANUSA President James Connolly, conditional on the approval of the SRC. ANUSA voted to accredit with the NUS

NTEU Members vote on EA

NTEU and ANU Conclude Enterprise Agreement

October 27, 2017 Valerie Ng 0

ANU staff have voted in favour of the new 2017-2020 Enterprise Agreement, ending the seven month bargaining process between the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) and ANU. Superannuation will increase for fixed term but not casual staff, and the union

News You Might Have Missed: Week 11

October 22, 2017 Taz Hudson 0

It’s the end of week 11! Which means only one week of class to go… before exams. Whether you haven’t left that cubicle in Chifley for days, or have been drinking away your denial at Oktoberfest, here’s what you might