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2014/12/22 09:19
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Independent Senator Nick Xenophon says the case is a “scandalous waste of taxpayers’ money…to protect the butt of the department". The Department of Human Services has spent more than half a million...
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2014/12/12 21:50
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John McKinnon for the Australian Information Service, National Library of Australia, vn3510654 Last year in Victoria alone, more than 61,000 incidences of family violence were reported. Professor...
2014/12/11 06:52
2014/12/11 06:52
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The Canberra wing of the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has been reduced to two remote-working statutory office holders, as preparations for the entity's abolition take their toll...
2014/12/11 06:48
2014/12/11 06:48
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Kiwicon: Data loss prevention has been dealt a coup de grace with the development of a client-less system that can suck corporate data through monitors. The research, to be detailed in a proof of...
2014/12/10 20:46
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Tech teaching: Marita Cheng has joined the chorus of employers, educators and industry bodies that want technology taught from the early years. Photo: Josh Robenstone Reading, writing, arithmetic –...
2014/12/08 20:52
2014/12/08 20:52
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But Govt still intent on closing office. The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has won a last minute reprieve from the Parliament after the Senate wound up its 2014 sittings without...
2014/12/08 12:19
2014/12/08 12:19
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Kay Johnson , from Altrincham, has joined leading care home operator, New Care Projects, as group hospitality and client experience manager. In her new role, Kay is responsible for a team of 75,...
2014/12/04 17:16
2014/12/04 17:16
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Dean Bracewell is head of Freightways, which is on track to lift earnings. Freightways, the listed courier and data management company, will spend up to A$30 million ($32.5 million) on Australian...
2014/12/04 05:28
2014/12/04 05:28
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New Zealand shares rose led by Freightways, which rose to a record after acquiring an Australia data management company. Chorus fell from a 14-month high as investors looked to cash in recent...
2014/12/02 14:46
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The departure of Gordon Rich-Phillips from the role of Victoria's IT minister after Saturday's election loss, leaves the state midway through a technology procurement and digital vision...
2014/12/01 15:29
2014/12/01 15:29
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The federal government's review of its cyber security strategy is long overdue and reviews need to be conducted more regularly, according to KPMG Australia forensic technology director Stan...
2014/11/30 18:26
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Cyclone Tracy transitions: See how Darwin has been rebuilt 40 years after the devastation When Cyclone Tracy hit Darwin at Christmas in 1974, 66 people died, 70 per cent of homes were destroyed and...
2014/11/28 05:19
2014/11/28 05:19
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The federal government’s review of its cyber security strategy is long overdue and reviews need to be conducted more regularly, according to KPMG Australia forensic technology director Stan...
2014/11/25 19:52
2014/11/25 19:52
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The Senate's legal and constitutional affairs committee has backed Government plans to dissolve the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC), suggesting only minor administrative...
2014/11/22 21:55
2014/11/22 21:55
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Mr Palmer's legal counsel argued the existence of the legal proceeding should be suppressed from the public. Clive Palmer has lost a bid to get a suppression order concealing the already widely known...
2014/11/20 14:24
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Illustration: John Shakespeare. It's easy to see why our Prime Minister Tony Abbott is moving on climate change, when even an old fossil like BHP Billiton doesn't give you any cover. "For two...
2014/12/22 09:19
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