Friday Jul 25
Telstra's chari aims to extend tenure
Telstra chair Catherine Livingstone will stand for re-election to her role at the company's next annual general meeting in a move that could see her time at the company stretch to 17 years.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Vodafone wins major NZ Post tender
On May 22, NBR reported that inside NZ Post it was already considered a done deal, with Vodafone engineers already working on new NZ Post projects.
Bowen Mountain's Imogen shines
Bowen Mountain singer-songwriter Imogen Clark has kicked off a national tour with fellow artists Paige Renee Court and Darcy Fox .
Aussie drug brings HIV hope
AUSTRALIAN scientists have developed a drug that not only shows promise in reducing HIV levels hidden in cells, but it can lessen the impact the virus has on the immune system.
Northern Territory News
671 jobs at Telstra going to Asia
The telco has told staff it will begin outsourcing roles to its industry partners in Asia from September, to increase resources in its global division.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Senate 'destroying' investment
Top business leaders are concerned the Senate budget impasse will deter foreign investment and make it harder for Australia to reach the growth target it is pressing on the Group of 20 leading nations.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Soccer players to plead guilty to match fixing
TELSTRA will investigate claims a "creepy" call centre operator flirted with a shocked female customer, who was gobsmacked by his persistent comments about her "beautiful voice".
Investment roadblock costing 100m jobs
UP to 100 million jobs could be created if governments and the private sector could bridge a gap between the money required for major infrastructure projects and the funding that is available, business leaders say.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
NBN: Lengthy wait for outcomes of FTTB, FTTN trials
The outcomes of NBN Co's trials of fibre-to-the-node technology will shape the future of the National Broadband Network rollout, but what exactly those outcomes are won't be known for quite some time, according to the government-owned company's CEO.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Telstra coverage can't be everywhere: Thodey
Telstra chief executive David Thodey says customer expectations of its mobile network "to work everywhere" far exceeds what it can actually provide, despite huge advancements in technology.
Australian market set to open higher
The Australian market looks set to open higher following gains on Wall Street after a solid kickoff to the US earnings season from Alcoa and Federal Reserve minutes that signalled low interest rates for a while longer.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Weatherill wields axe on bloated government boards
VIDEO: A young woman driver has been rushed to hospital with chest injuries after a tree branch punctured her windscreen on Greenhill Rd. Premier Jay Weatherill with Telstra chief executive David Thodey and Adelaide Oval Stadium Management Authority chairman John Olsen at the Oval today.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Lack of affordable broadband creating 'digital divide'
As we become ever more reliant on the digital world for communications, information and commerce, a new divide is opening up between the haves and have nots.