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95bFM: Selwyn Manning & Mikela's Pre-Budget Analysis

95bFM Audio: Selwyn Manning & bFM's Mikela – Listeners, Ought To Critique The Detail In This Budget

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    Selwyn Manning and 95bFM's discuss how those with an interest in tertiary education should look carefully at the detail in this year's Budget. Look for detail on changes to student interest rates, and also look for exclusion points that will prevent some from being eligible for a student loan and tertiary education...

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