Greens Committed To Reducing Tertiary Fees
The Green Party says it is committed to reducing student fees for tertiary education.
Green Party Education spokesperson Michael Tritt said the party planned a "social contract" scheme where the government would pay students' fees and in return students would have to do paid work or community work.
One year's work would equal the repayment
of one year's tertiary fees. Or else students would be able
to do the work in advance and build up credits for their
education, Mr Tritt said.