Australia needs a real plan to invest in a National Broadband Network (NBN) with fibre optic and wireless phases.
How a Bike Share Social Enterprise can change Australian Transportation.
CEO of the consumer watchdog organisation Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) reports on their Responsive Regulation and Policy Seminar.
It's easy to complain, but now you ask, it's surprising to realise the trains aren't that bad!
A person-controlled e-health record is not only the most speedy and cost effective solution for the national e-Health strategy, but it is also the approach with the best chance of achieving widespread consumer acceptance.
Australia may do well to learn from the UK's experience of how a National Youth Strategy can become an instrument promoting social inclusion and promote well being and resilience in young people.
The glaring technical flaws of the proposed mandatory internet filter scheme are bad enough, but it is the lies that have been used to sell it which should alarm us the most.
Fourteen years of state Labor deferment of vital rail infrastructure projects and political robbery has left thousands of Sydneysiders without sufficient public rail transport.
Australia needs better Spatial Data Infrastructure to support Spatially Enabled Government. Achieving that would translate into better, more effient service delivery; and that's also good politics.
Why is WiFi so open in the rest of the world but so closed in Australia?