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FULL COVERAGE: Salient Vs The Vice Chancellor

FULL COVERAGE: Salient Vs The Vice Chancellor

. Scoop Satire: Vic Gets High Five For Suppression Of Information - Satire: Lyndon Hood writes that emerging from a traditional smoke-filled meeting this afternoon, representatives of the New Zealand Conspirators Association praised the administration of Victoria University of Wellington for actions furthering the suppression of information. "The publication of leaked confidential information is an important part of the democratic process, allowing abuses to be revealed and governments and businesses to be held to account for their actions," an NZCA spokesman told a carefully-selected group of journalists... See... NZ Conspirators Association Praises Victoria Uni
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  • Salient - Victoria University 5-10% FEE RISE!
  • Statement by Vice-Chancellor and VUWSA/Salient
  • NZUSA - Outcry at Victoria lesson to other institutions
  • ASPA - ASPA Supports Salient
  • Salient - Salient Sells Out for Media Freedom

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