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JOHN QUIGGIN: The end of the zombies: Inflation targeting

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, outdated "zombie" economic policies require fundament ...  
PAUL BUDDE: Democratic states like Australia must be vigilant on cyber warfare

Cybersecurity is a hotly debated issue that demands our attention, writes Paul Budde.   
ALAN AUSTIN: Another year of disastrous construction worker deaths recorded

The latest data shows worsening outcomes for worker safety in the construction sector under the ...  
PAUL BUDDE: Broadband users will pay for failed NBN policies

Poor management of Australia's broadband network has resulted in a problem that the Government ...  
Dominique Grubisa's "distressed" Victorian law practising certificate

"Distressed estates" maven Dominique Grubisa resides and practices law in NSW but relies on ...  
Disruption in telecoms market to deliver better speeds and prices

We are getting closer to using alternative broadband solutions, offered by international ...  
Telstra restructures amid pressure from digital giants

Telstra has finally announced its proposed restructuring, but in this declining telco market, Paul ...  
The digital transformation of the Australian economy

The pandemic, as well as an increase in more severe climatological events, are all indications we ...  
Australian Government falling behind on world broadband scale

The Australian Government has been stalling in our nation's broadband progress, especially when ...  
Government fails to effectively handle unemployment

The Morrison Government's announcement that it would be 'increasing the rate of working-age ...  
Digital technology opening up new spheres of human possibility

The digital world is unlocking new capabilities of human behaviour, writes Paul Budde.   
Angus Taylor's Future Fuels Strategy underachieves on climate aims

To help meet our international agreements on climate change, Australia should immediately convert ...  
Weak environmental protection laws leave koalas stranded

The Great Koala National Park would save koalas threatened by logging in NSW because the State ...  
Coalition's NBN bungle may have cost the country billions

The Coalition could have saved the country billions if it had stuck to Labor's original NBN ...  
The perils of being an 'intern' in a modern world

Internships might seem appealing to younger people entering the workforce, but to the older ...  
NBN Co wants to hike up broadband prices for Australians

NBN Co is attempting to use its monopoly to increase prices, writes Paul Budde.   
A pivot to Africa would offset risky reliance on China

Africa is set to become the world’s next miracle economy and Australia is uniquely placed to ...  
Facebook is right to call the Australian Government bluff

The banning of news content on Facebook in Australia has sent a shockwave among its users, but our ...  

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