A former head of the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Bill McLennan, says the ABS has no authority to demand that people supply their names in the forthcoming census to be conducted in August.
With the Coalition looking likely to regain power, albeit with a reduced majority, in the 2 July election, the fate of the NBN is effectively sealed. Nobody will be able to argue about this later; the stock reply will be: "The nation agreed with our vision for the NBN by putting us back in government."
The Australian Labor Party has unveiled its NBN policy for the forthcoming federal election, pledging that up to two million more premises would get fibre to the premises (FttP) compared to what it called the "second-rate NBN" of the Coalition.
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