OPINION Australia's new communications minister, Mitch Fifield, the man who will be responsible for getting the National Broadband Network constructed, holds the Senate seat that was formerly held by Richard Alston.
The Australian Computer Society says lifting the supply of skilled IT professionals and other STEM-based occupations - as well as a greater focus on innovation - is key to grasping the opportunities Prime Minister Turnbull has said are being created in a globally connected, digital world.
In what can be described as taking a broom to the Cabinet, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has made broad changes, including the appointment of a relatively unknown Victorian Senator to his former role as Communications Minister.
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