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What 2021 will have in store for the ICT industry

With technology being relied upon more than ever due to 2020's pandemic, Paul Budde takes a look ...  
A new resolution could solve the housing emergency in Europe

A new resolution could remove many constraints and kickstart an economic aid plan to eliminate the ...  
Treasury’s latest population projections seem hard to believe

While the Treasury’s December 2020 population forecasts seem unrealistic, they're still more ...  
New European legislation aims to control digital platforms

Europe is taking the lead in digital market regulation with new proposed legislation designed to ...  
#2 TOP IA STORY OF 2020: Telstra is going on to take the NBN monopoly

Our brilliant tech columnist, Paul Budde, had three articles in IA's top ten, two of which were ...  
Manipulated collective memory makes most Australians much poorer

A missed anniversary raises the matter of how well Australians are informed about their society. ...  
Population growth and the economy: Challenging the dogma

News of a fall in net overseas migration has been greeted with doom and gloom from politicians ...  
NBN battle between the ACCC and the Government

Communications Minister Paul Fletcher has issued a Statement of Expectation to the ACCC over their ...  
Budget like it’s 2019

The 2020 Budget has been met with an underwhelming reception largely due to the backward-thinking ...  
No certainty 2020-21 Migration and Humanitarian Programs will be delivered

Along with the recent Budget, announcements were made regarding the Migration and Humanitarian ...  
From boom to bust: The Treasurer’s population forecasts

The 2020 Budget will include the biggest reversal in any Australian government’s forecast of ...  
The Coalition protection racket: Why Tudge won't budge

Tudge, Colbeck and Fletcher are the latest Morrison Cabinet ministers to be mired in scandal, but ...  
Is laser going to be the next telecoms frontier?

Laser technology is proving to be highly valuable when it comes to telecommunications infrastru ...  
Government announces reversal of broadband fibre policies

The Australian Government has finally admitted that the nation is in desperate need of a broadband ...  
Newcastle: Leading the way for Australian smart cities

Newcastle's transformation into one of Australia's leading smart cities should be an inspiration ...  
Battle of scales: Our CBDs are no match for a micrometre invader

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that something as microscopic as a virus is enough to weaken our ...  
To get the economy going, we’ll need more than hard hats

If we are to achieve economic recovery, we will need to address social infrastructure weaknesses ...  
What does the 2019-20 Migration Program outcome tell us about future migration?

Abul Rizvi examines the future of Australia's Migration Program based on figures revealed in the ...  

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