Uni staff to hold protest

Uni staff to hold protest

The University of Tasmania has더킹카지노 announced it will hold a rally and protest on Thursday, March 23.

Students from all faculties and disciplines are invited to attend.

TAS Students’ Union president James Estrin said the unio우리카지노n would be joining students from as far afield as Sydney and New South Wales to protest the dismissal of professor David Lang who had been suspended from the university due to the allegations.

“We’re not against the university,” Mr Estrin said.

“In fact the president of the university wants to put us back together as one university.

“This is something we’ve been working on 바카라사이트for about a year now – to have the support of students, students who may not have voted for us at the federal election, but they’re our allies, so it’s very important to have the support of students in this cause.”

Mr Estrin said the rally would not only highlight the charges of sexual assault against Dr Lang, but would also highlight “what has gone on and ongoing problems”, saying there were systemic issues across university institutions, such as the “high level of reporting issues”.

“What’s also important is that we stand up and point out that the university wants the highest ethical standards from its faculty,” Mr Estrin said.

Students will raise the national flag at 6pm at the main Student Union Building.

The rally will continue into March 23.

Newcrest more than doubles profits as revenues rise

Newcrest more than doubles profits as rev바카라enues rise

ExxonMobil and Chevron Canada have been increasing their exploration and production operations for more than a decade. But ExxonMobil’s expansion in Mexico continues to grow despite a slowdown in crude oil supplies in recent years.

For the first time in more than 25 years, ExxonMobil reported higher than expected earnings in Mexico.

Sales in the oil-rich state increased 6.8 per cent year over year, compared with 8.3 per cent the previous quarter.

The company increased revenue to $3.45-billion for fiscal 2016, its best revenue performance since 2011.

A number of factors, including oil prices that have stabilized, have also spurred sales.

That’s partly thanks to the increased presence of ExxonMobil’s Mexican refinery projects in Ensenada state that are designed to produce 1.5 million barrels of oil per day.

While Mexican crude demand fell 4 per cent in March from a year earlier, prices for US crude were down 1.4 per cent year-over-year.

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It will take several more years for this to translate into a sustained decline in oil imports as prices are expected to fall back to the mid-$40s in the fall.

Chevron Canada also increased production.

The company expects to increase capital expenditures for new and existing operations in the province and also invest $1-billion to $1.5-billion in its oil pipeline network through 2017.

Chevron is also raising its own production through its own operations to meet new export demands.

At the same time, demand for oil by Mexico continues to rise.

Between 2014 and 2015, Mexican exports increased by more than 300,000 bpd to 7.8 million bpd — up from 6.1 million bpd in 2015.

That meant average domestic oil prices in 2016 are now more than 20 per cent above last year’s levels and more than 60 per cent above the highs during the global recession.