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Elizabeth Farrelly reflects on the contretemps between the Sydney Writers' Festival (SWF) and students of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) over the students' production of a newspaper reporting on the festival. (Festival organisers felt the newspaper disparaged the festival and its supporters.)

Farrelly exposes a contract, signed in 2006, between SWF and UTS governing the relationship between the festival and the university. According to Farrelly, the contract's existence was previously unknown to UTS staff and students producing the newspaper.

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