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2014/08/20 23:55
2014/08/20 23:55
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If the debate surrounding the National Broadband Network (NBN) was a football game then Labor’s supporters are seemingly headed for the exits. Just one year into the second parliamentary term of the...
2014/08/20 23:55
2014/08/20 23:55
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2014/08/20 05:12
2014/08/20 05:12
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The Transport Workers Union used an international redraw facility to transfer money interstate to another union and kept poor records of tens of thousands of dollars in other cash payments, a royal...
2014/08/19 10:10
2014/08/19 10:10
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Crikey says: Department of Australia joins Crikey We’re chuffed to welcome Department of Australia, aka Leslie Nassar, to the Crikey stable. Nassar’s photo memes have been an occasional feature in...
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2014/08/18 15:28
2014/08/18 15:28
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One of Australia's largest solar power projects has been shelved due to Renewable Energy Target uncertainty. The 100-megawatt Silex Mildura solar power station would have provided electricity to...
2014/08/17 15:12
2014/08/17 15:12
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Learning how to hate, build and articulate policy argument and campaign are the qualities members of the major parties youth branches are exposed to. Learning how to hate, build and debate policy,...
2014/08/14 23:46
2014/08/14 23:46
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Apple says location tracking 'a bug' Apple has admitted that software "bugs" in its iPhone resulted in unencrypted user location data being stored for up to a year even if location services were...
2014/08/14 07:19
2014/08/14 07:19
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Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has launched a new strategy for Australia to become a “leading” digital economy by 2020. The Advancing Australia as a Digital Economy – An Update to the...
2014/08/14 05:55
2014/08/14 05:55
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Telstra’s annual report has revealed that it is negotiating to progressively "gift" its copper and HFC networks to NBN Co as part of the revised arrangements as the national broadband rollout strategy...
2014/08/12 05:19
2014/08/12 05:19
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Broadcasters and the mobile industry had different takeaways about the level of demand for spectrum in Australia after the government failed to sell all of the 700MHz spectrum in the Digital Dividend...
2014/08/12 04:10
2014/08/12 04:10
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... of Australia is an online satire project created by Leslie Nassar. Leslie was Fake Stephen Conroy and Fake Today Tonight; he created TweeVee TV, the Twitter moderation platform that powers...
2014/08/11 05:53
2014/08/11 05:53
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Privacy group slams Facebook founder COMMUNICATIONS Minister Stephen Conroy has launched a scathing attack on social networking site Facebook and its founder for their ''complete disregard'' for...
2014/08/08 05:10
2014/08/08 05:10
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The Sandpit: Department of Australia *Department of Australia is an online satire project created by Leslie Nassar. Leslie was Fake Stephen Conroy and Fake Today Tonight; he created TweeVee TV, the...
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2014/08/06 20:55
2014/08/06 20:55
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It's time to say something nice about Prime Minister Abbott's shelved $5.5 billion a year paid parental leave scheme. While nearly all commentators have dismissed the scheme as being too expensive...
2014/08/05 22:12
2014/08/05 22:12
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Cost blowouts and delays in the rollout of the national broadband network show that infrastructure projects - including a second Sydney airport - should be subject to a public cost-benefit analysis,...
2014/08/05 21:55
2014/08/05 21:55
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Stephen Conroy must have read Bill Scales’ ‘independent audit’ of his National Broadband Network process this week with a mixture of snarling irritation and nostalgia for those heady days of 2009 and...
2014/08/04 03:10
2014/08/04 03:10
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The Sandpit: Department of Australia *Department of Australia is an online satire project created by Leslie Nassar. Leslie was Fake Stephen Conroy and Fake Today Tonight; he created TweeVee TV, the...
2014/08/02 13:04
2014/08/02 13:04
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MANY Australian fathers have a photo somewhere of their young son proudly decked out in his first-ever jumper of the family football team. It’s one of those masculine rites of passage where barracking...
2014/07/29 05:55
2014/07/29 05:55
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The Coalition’s discussion paper on curbing online piracy, which is yet to see the light of day, is the latest example of how rhetoric continues to trump common sense in this ongoing debate. Rather...
2014/07/25 02:55
2014/07/25 02:55
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The unusual (and quite blunt) intervention by Malcolm Turnbull and Mathias Cormann into an Australian Competition and Consumer Commission pricing inquiry has highlighted yet another threat to the...
2014/07/25 01:55
2014/07/25 01:55
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Something unexpected happened last week. Both sides of the National Broadband Network (NBN) were getting ready for a knockdown stoush but the fireworks never got started. As far as anti-climaxes go...
2014/08/20 23:55
2014/08/20 23:55
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