Low-key campaign

Charles Sturt U is promised $15m for its Port Macquarie NSW campus, if the government wins the state election (don’t worry, nobody much else has noticed it either). The university is spending $46m of its own. As far as CMM can tell, this is the second HE commitment of the campaign. Late last month Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced anew a health and innovation precinct with UNSW and Western Sydney U in Sydney’s south-west. Things will be better in the federal campaign.


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