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Littleproud's 'cancerous' comments over Telstra too toxic

Nationals' new leader David Littleproud has called Telstra "a cancer on the bush" and while reg ...  
Affordable NBN pie in the sky without Labor's intervention

Because Australians affected by an increased cost of living are having to shop around for the best ...  
Woodside's fossil fuel focus could push our climate over the edge

Climate polluter Woodside is building its business strategy around the absurd notion that the very ...  
World economies embrace benefits of digital currency

With more countries exploring digital currencies, traditional cash could soon become a thing of ...  
Claims that minimum wage rise risks 'runaway' inflation bogus

The war over wages has become central to public debate in the lead-up to the Federal Election ...  
Telstra partners with Fetch in bid to improve streaming potential

Telstra is hoping to improve its presence in the video streaming market with a stake in Fetch ...  
Regulator rights errors but bank data doesn't add up

Geo-coordinates showing services in paddocks and former rural bank sites wrongly listed as ...  
Twitter will be a platform of free speech — if Elon Musk says so

If you are the richest man in the world, you can afford $60 billion-plus to buy yourself a free ...  
Live export is an industry with no benefits

Live export is in the spotlight again as animal welfare and public sentiment take second place to ...  
Frydenberg's 'charity endorsements' likely violate the law: EXCLUSIVE

The Inclusion Foundation is at the centre of the evolving scandal involving figures from charities ...  
NBN Co's Sky Muster is failing to deliver

Users across the country are complaining about the Sky Muster service.  
At Morrison's media party, there's no such thing as a 'free' drink

For the sake of impartiality, the media must extricate itself from the vortex of the Prime Mini ...  
Dutch solar foil to turn Australia into major hydrogen exporter

Australia is taking further steps in embracing solar power by utilising technology manufactured in ...  
UN doesn't 'hold out' hope Australia will act on climate change

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres recently named Australia a "hold out" on s ...  
Rethinking customer relationships in Australian hospitality

Critically unpacking customer service in hospitality and equalising the playing field to be ...  
NAB downgrades branches to cashless services

The definition of what makes a bank a bank has never been more important as NAB starts to quietly ...  
Telstra welcomes Vicki Brady as first female CEO

The appointment of Vicki Brady as the new CEO of Telstra is an opportunity to usher in progressive ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Legal tools — yet more plagiarism from Dominique Grubisa

IA finds more examples of Dominique Grubisa blatantly plagiarising legal works — these ones ...  

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