"An academic report describing Pacific Islanders as a drain on the economy is to be investigated by the Race Relations Commissioner.
...The report said Pacific Island immigrants were less productive and less likely to contribute to economic growth.
They had the highest unemployment in every age group, were less likely to start businesses, had lower rates of self-employment and were over-represented in crime statistics."
What the hell does this have to do with the Race Relations Commissioner? The report is either true--or not.
If true, then there's no case to answer. If inaccurate, it's a matter for the University to sort out.
Not very safe for academics to go against the prevailing multiculti orthodoxies these days, is it?