With an election just three months away, the issue of 457 visas and replacing local jobs with foreign workers has raised its ugly head once again. Despite the populist rhetoric however, nobody seems to be asking some important questions.
Australian government agencies asked for 145 items to be removed from Google's search, YouTube, Blogger and Google+ services in the second half of 2012, according to a report from Google.
As we predicted yesterday NBN Co has hit back at Coalition claims that the cost of Labor's National Broadband Network will blow out, while casting doubt on the viability of the Coalition's own plans.
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