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‘Upset’ Queen mourns death of beloved dog Vulcan

‘Upset’ Queen mourns death of beloved dog Vulcan

The Queen is apparently mourning the loss of one of her last remaining beloved dogs. The 94-year-old monarch is said to be “upset” at the loss of Vulcan. He died recently at Windsor Castle, apparently of old age. Vulcan was a dorgi – a cross cross between a Pembroke Welsh

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‘Upset’ Queen mourns death of beloved dog Vulcan

‘Upset’ Queen mourns death of beloved dog Vulcan

The Queen is apparently mourning the loss of one of her last remaining beloved dogs. The 94-year-old monarch is said to be “upset” at the loss of Vulcan. He died recently at Windsor Castle, apparently of old age. Vulcan was a dorgi – a cross cross between a Pembroke Welsh

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Your best photos from spring

Here is a selection of photos sent in by audience members from around Australia. If you have any photos that you’d like to share, send them in via the upload page. You can take a look at more photos from across the country on our Instagram, and share your

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‘Upset’ Queen mourns death of beloved dog Vulcan

‘Upset’ Queen mourns death of beloved dog Vulcan

The Queen is apparently mourning the loss of one of her last remaining beloved dogs. The 94-year-old monarch is said to be “upset” at the loss of Vulcan. He died recently at Windsor Castle, apparently of old age. Vulcan was a dorgi – a cross cross between a Pembroke Welsh

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Stiglitz backs Australia’s Big Tech media code

Stiglitz backs Australia’s Big Tech media code

Former World Bank chief economist and Nobel laureate Professor Joseph Stiglitz has thrown his support behind Australia’s proposed mandatory news bargaining code for big tech companies, but said the government should be ready to tax the social media companies as a “plan B”. The government is expected to introduce legislation

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Industry joins forces to boost digital literacy

Industry joins forces to boost digital literacy

In March this year, with COVID-19 starting to impact the Australian economy, the Federal Minister for Industry, Science, and Technology Karen Andrews convened a virtual roundtable of technology company CEOs with a call to action to help with the Australian economic recovery. One idea to emerge from that roundtable

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AFP’s ‘expansion of authoritarian powers’

AFP’s ‘expansion of authoritarian powers’

Authorities will be given the ability to take over the online accounts of Australians and hack into networks to change or delete data for alleged crimes that carry jail time of three years or more, under legislation introduced to Parliament on Thursday. First flagged in the 2020 Cyber Security

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Local tech misses out on federal opportunities

Local tech misses out on federal opportunities

The Digital Transformation Agency has signed its seventh whole-of-government purchasing agreement with a foreign-headquartered tech giant – this time it is with Oracle – with the expressed aim to make it easier for government customers to buy from these multinational firms. It is worth noting again, that the DTA

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