Thursday, August 18, 2022

63% of young Aussie voters biased due to politicians’ online behaviour

New research from Twitter Australia reveals that a politician’s online actions and behaviour are extremely important to young Australians aged 18 to 24, with 63% saying this would influence their vote, compared to 47% of the total population.

Commpete hails Labor Gov’t, upholds commitment to reform telco sector

Commpete, Australia’s peak body for challenger telecommunications brands, congratulates Anthony Albanese and the Australian Labor Party on the victory in the federal election. In particular, Commpete wishes to recognise the re-election of Michelle Rowland and looks forward to working with her as the likely Minister for Communications. Commpete values the many years of commitment to the telecommunications sector Ms. Rowland has showed as a Shadow Communications Minister, ably supported by her expert team of advisors.

G7 summit shows Australia lags on global green competitiveness

While Germany, Italy and the United States will participate in the G7 summit as global leaders in green competitiveness, Australia will attend as a ‘green laggard’, according to a new global analysis published today involving Monash University.