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City-as-a-service — a new business and investment model

A mutually beneficial system between councils and private companies should be in place for inve ...  
Embracing technological change is important for our economic recovery

Technological advancements brought on during the COVID-19 pandemic need to be recognised by the ...  
Post-pandemic cities: Urban life in the wake of COVID-19

City infrastructure has felt the effects of the pandemic in various facets from public transport ...  
Australia’s COVID-19 recovery must question our breakneck population growth

While some advocate for population growth, the COVID-19 shutdown has proven some benefits to ...  
A migrant perspective on living in Australia’s growth corridors

One of Melbourne's more politically vocal western suburb residents discusses some of the infras ...  
Scott Morrison's population plan: Snapping back to a 'Big Australia'

As Australia recovers from the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, Scott Morrison may ...  
Nationals influence Gladys Berejiklian's environmentally destructive vision

The NSW LNP is determined to expand housing for the growing population at the expense of the ...  
Forecast of net overseas migration for the 2020s

Abul Rizvi examines the forecast of net overseas migration for the following decade under current ...  
The race for global broadband satellite internet is on

Several of the world's biggest tech companies are pouring millions into developing the best ...  
Building the national heritage: Difference between Labor and the Coalition

In stark contrast to the last international financial crisis, Australia is now going into deep ...  
Regional Australia secures own digital success despite Coalition's woeful NBN

Regional towns are securing their own digital economic futures while the Australian Government ...  
Digital infrastructure in post-pandemic era should be left to experts, not politicians

Building a stronger infrastructure to handle further crises will be best left to experts in ...  
Building independent Gig Cities: The result of a second-rate NBN

Some cities in Australia are rolling out their own independent broadband networks as a result of ...  
Gold Coast transport strategy takes a wrong turn

Gold Coast Council’s focus on “congestion busting” is at odds with how cities really func ...  
How neoliberal culture and 5G are related

With the development of 5G technology, with it has come great debate over the safety and necessity ...  
Learning from the past for a better NBN

Now that our reliance on a robust NBN infrastructure is essential, we should learn from our past ...  
Investing in a more sustainable energy future

With the economy coming to a stall, the Federal Government should remap Australia’s energy ...  
Scott Morrison not up to the task of saving Australia's NBN

Through all its promises, the Coalition Government has botched the job of delivering an NBN ...  

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