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My subject today concerns a balance sheet—a balance sheet for disarmament to be precise. I am told that the British scientist, Dame Mary Archer, once said, “It sounds extraordinary but it's a fact that balance sheets can make fascinating reading.”
Well, the balance sheet...
Some new research on Australians and their use of the internet. Anthony Funnell discusses the latest Sensis e-Business Report and also interviews Julian Thomas about the results from the Australian Arm of the World Internet Project, which honed in on the use and availability of...
The potentially looming 'digital participation gap' in Australia requires concerted efforts to ensure that poor, remote and vulnerable communities in Australia are not actively included in the fast internet roll-out.
This paper discusses the potentially looming 'digital participation gap' in Australia, if concerted efforts...
Introduction: Broadband is described as essential civic infrastructure of the twenty-first century, yet Australian local authorities have taken few initiatives to provide it as a local public good, similar to physical facilities and community services. This situation contrasts with local initiatives in many other...
This speech by Malcolm Turnbull talks about press freedom, the future of the media, foreign correspondence, and broadband policy.
It is an honour to be in presence of so many distinguished journalists and foreign correspondents.
And without singling out the...
The full text of ANZSOG Dean and CEO Professor Ken Smith’s speech at the opening dinner for The Indigenous Affairs and Public Administration: Can’t we do better? Conference.
The conference is a joint initiative of ANZSOG and the Department of the Prime Minister and...