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  1. A People's Bank could break the power of the Big FourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Green Left Weekly

    With calls for a royal commission into the banking sector growing, the argument for a new "people's bank" to challenge the domination of the big banks is gaining strength. A number of recent events have propelled community anger at the "Big Four" - Commonwealth Bank , NAB, Westpac and ANZ - to the point that a royal commission seems increasingly likely.


  2. Weeks without phone or internet as NBN rollout severs cablesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sydney Morning Herald

    The NBN rollout continues to accidentally rip through phone lines, leaving homes and business without internet or a dial tone for up to weeks at a time, as the broadband network extends across the country. Craigieburn Taxation Services was left without telephone lines or fixed-line internet access for a total of six weeks across May and June after the Melbourne suburb's fibre to the node rollout accidentally disconnected the phone service and later severed the copper line.


  3. Telstra unveils new broadcast operations centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | ComputerWorld

    Telstra has taken the wraps of a new broadcast operations centre built in its former Sydney CBD exchange building at 76 Pitt Street. The centre manages the delivery of video broadcast content for both domestic and international broadcasters and is the hub of Telstra's Global Media Network.


  4. Ad and subtract: Wireless service cuts bill if you watch commercialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2016 | Dallas Morning News

    An Australian startup is getting some traction with a proposition for mobile phone users: Watch our ads, and we'll cut your wireless bill. Called Unlockd, the company has reached half a million customers through deals this year with two carriers to offer users a discount on their rates if they agree to view ads when they unlock their handset screen.


  5. Ancient indigenous art back in vogueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Yahoo!

    For Daniel Walbidi, the art centre at the Kimberley coastal settlement of Bidyadanga, a two-hour drive south of Broome, is more than a place where people can paint. "It is is a learning place where you also learn about the culture and the history," Walbidi says.


  6. Blue chips lift ASX but investors sour on mining servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Buying appetite returned to blue chip stocks on Tuesday, with the Australian sharemarket posting a solid gain as the banks and CSL lifted, while fortunes were again mixed for companies reporting results. Despite a cautious overseas lead, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index ended 39 points, or 0.7 per cent, higher at 5553.8 while the All Ordinaries finished 0.6 per cent, or 35 points, higher at 5647.1. With few blue chips reporting results on Tuesday, the top 20 stocks enjoyed a broad lift, led by the big four banks.


  7. Ballarat boy dances his way to ballet's big stage | videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | The Courier

    Right on pointe: Former Ballarat pupil Callum Linnane is one of six dancers nation-wide nominated for the country's most prestigious ballet award. Linnane, now Melbourne-based, is one of just six dancers nominated for the country's most prestigious ballet prize, the Telstra Ballet Dancer Award.


  8. The Rock Tour of the Century is Coming - Guns N' Roses 'Not In This Lifetime'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 |

    Following months of speculation from rock music fans across the country Paul Dainty President CEO of TEG DAINTY today announced dates for the Australian leg of Guns N' Roses Not in this Lifetime mammoth stadium tour. Founder Axl Rose and former members, Slash and Duff McKagan have regrouped for one of the century's most anticipated tours.


  9. Guns 'N Roses Will Bring 'Not in this Lifetime' Tour to Australia in 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2016 | Billboard

    The reunited rock giants have announced its Not in this Lifetime tour will drop into stadiums in each of the market's five biggest cities. The Australia leg will kick off Feb. 7 at QSAC Stadium and will pause in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide before wrapping up Feb. 21 at Perth Domain Stadium.


  10. Guns N' Roses tour dates of Australia in 2017 leak earlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 15 | The Age

    A reunited Guns N' Roses are coming to Australia in February next year after a Melbourne billboard and video advertisement leaked details ahead of the official announcement. Fans spotted a billboard over Melbourne's iconic pub Jackson & Young, which promoted the band's Not In This Lifetime tour show on February 14, 2017, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.


  11. Telstra wants to light-up old phone booths, City Hall says 'No'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 15 | The Age

    Telstra has lost a bid to turn its increasingly redundant city phone booths into "whopping big TV screen" electronic billboards. Faced with diminishing demand for fixed-line calls from old-style telephone booths on city pavements, the telco giant devised a plan to make them pay by converting the booth's exteriors into advertising cash cows, potentially earning it $9.5 million a year.


  12. AFL: Gillon McLachlan reveals plans for emerging executives academyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 10 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The AFL will allocate significant funding from its forthcoming $2.5 billion broadcast deal towards a university-style academy for its emerging executives. League chief Gillon McLachlan confirmed the bold plan and did not rule out the game investing in its own learning headquarters, a structure that would improve the prospects of struggling clubs, promote more women into senior roles and retain more talent within the competition.


  13. Who is the mysterious ASD?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 9 |

    That is the modus operandi of Australia's mysterious Signals Directorate that operates within the Defence Department under intense secrecy. The work of the ASD is designed to go unseen and unheard but this morning they were on everybody's lips in the wake of what the Australian Bureau of Statistics initially called a cyber attack on the country's online Census.


  14. Data Center Colocation Market in the US to Grow at a CAGR of 12.36% During the Period 2016-2020Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 5 | SBWire

    About Data Center Colocation A data center colocation facility allows organizations to rent space for hosting servers and storage infrastructure. It provides options such as power, bandwidth, and physical security for the infrastructure.


  15. The chains of BentleighRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 |

    My local suburb is increasing in density , and it's also interesting to see how the retail strip is doing. The shopping centre has grown around the railway station, which is still the epicentre, though the east side of the tracks is where most of the busiest shops are located.


  16. Zero-rating and net neutrality: Time to look the gift horse in the mouth?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 2 | ComputerWorld

    Zero-rating - a practice that offers access to some Internet-based services without chewing up a user's monthly data limit - looks set to hit Australia in a big way. At the end of last month, sponsored data app-maker Syntonic listed on the ASX with plans to open an office here before the year is out.


  17. Christopher Niesche: Sims alters tack on privatisationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 31 | The New Zealand Herald

    Selling government-owned assets to the private sector makes them more efficient, to the benefit of us all, they have said. It was a view shared by Rod Sims, chair of the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission, but he's now on the verge of changing his mind, saying privatisations are pushing up prices for consumers and damaging the economy.


  18. At a CAGR of 20.17%, Data Center Market in Southeast Asia :...Read the original story

    Friday Jul 29 |

    Data Center Market in Southeast Asia 2016-2020, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. Data Center Market in Southeast Asia 2016-2020 Size and Share Published in 2016-04-06 Available for US$ 2500 at Description The services offered by a data center facility can be identified based on a tier system.


  19. Reporting for duty: Investors to hunt for value amid tight earningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 29 | The Age

    Diminishing dividends by the global miners and a pull-back in profits by the big banks are on the cards as reporting season gets underway next week. When Commonwealth Bank reports its annual results on August 10, a focal point for many investors will be its profit margins.


  20. Netball's recruiting window to stay closed during CBA negotiationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | The Age

    The recruiting window for netball's new national league will not be opening on Monday as scheduled, as negotiations continue over a new collective bargaining agreement that officials hope will be finalised within two weeks. The delay means that no player contracts can be signed until Netball Australia, the clubs and the Australian Netball Players' Association come to terms on the landmark deal.