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ACCC pledges better NBN deals and mobile competition

Australia's consumer watchdog has announced intentions to improve pricing and competition in the ...  
Coalition banking inquiry blamed for mass branch closures

The Coalition's inquiry into the impact of regional bank closures was a biased exercise, resulting ...  
Stuart Robert and his 'friends'

Once again, this week the MP for Fadden, Stuart Robert, has been the subject of media allegations ...  
Australia's debt to the world greater given our 'real' carbon emissions

New data revealing Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions are much higher than reported means ...  
Elon Musk does something right and brings Starlink to all Australians

Elon Musk's Starlink satellite broadband service now covers our entire country and is delivering a ...  
Change of pace by AGL a giant tick for clean energy

The election of four new directors to the board of AGL is a triumph of the clean energy revolution ...  
Fair Work changes a Teal deal-breaker

Teal Independents have added amendments to reduce the impact of Labor's planned industrial rela ...  
Dominique Grubisa — here she goes again

Like the Whitesnake classic, ‘Here I go again’, Dominique Grubisa has made up her mind, ...  
The future will be powered wirelessly

The technology to achieve wireless power transfer is advancing, which could revolutionise every ...  
Elon Musk: The mad megarich Twitter owner

Despite being the richest person on the planet, Elon Musk seems to be completely losing the ...  
Lessons Australia can learn from UN's 'greenwashing' report

The United Nations this week slammed corporate “greenwashing” and said organisations cannot ...  
Politicians persist in plundering the planet for profit

So long as governments remain in the pocket of the logging industry, we will continue to destroy ...  
Dan Andrews 'right to go' for third term

Despite conservative media relentlessly campaigning against his success, Daniel Andrews' potential ...  
Tasmanian Liberals’ ecocide

The Tasmanian Liberal Government continues its wilful ecocide, as old-growth forests are decima ...  
Something is rotten in the state of NSW — Grubisa be thy name

While self-proclaimed debt expert Dominique Grubisa tells people she can instantly quarantine ...  
Video-on-demand services decline due to economic downturn

The high cost of living is taking a toll on the way we consume home video streaming services.  
NSW Law Society fails to protect public from predatory Grubisa

Despite experts saying her claims are false, Dominique Grubisa is still doing multiple webinars ...  
Attorney-General asked to examine APRA's integrity standards

False reporting of bank data over decades has led to a call for Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus to ...  
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