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'Cut their pay': UOW staff say $7 million can be saved in executive salaries

Agron Latifi
Updated April 14 2021 - 11:21pm, first published November 18 2020 - 12:00pm
FED UP: University of Wollongong academics holding signs promoting their Every-One-UOW proposal, which they say will save jobs and calls on savings from cuts to executive salaries. Picture: Adam McLean.
FED UP: University of Wollongong academics holding signs promoting their Every-One-UOW proposal, which they say will save jobs and calls on savings from cuts to executive salaries. Picture: Adam McLean.

University of Wollongong staff are fed up they're the only ones making "financial sacrifices" in the wake of declining revenues.

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Agron Latifi

Agron Latifi

Sports Reporter

Wollongong born and bred. I love reporting about the Illawarra region and have been doing it for more than 20 years. I've moved into sport recently after covering the education round for the last five plus years for the Illawarra Mercury. It's been a great pleasure.

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