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Canning voters want renewable energy: poll

• <b>Almost two-thirds of Canning voters support Labor’s 50% renewable energy target (48.6% Libs)</b>• <b><br>23% of undecided voters rate renewables as their most</b> …

Renewable Energy

Photos: What Syrian refugees carry in their bags as they leave their lives behind

When Syrian refugees flee their war-torn country, they can bring only a small selection of belongings with them. Large suitcases won’t fit on the tiny boats that are overloaded with people, and so asylum-seekers travel with the few possessions they need the most.<p>But of course, what a person needs …

International Rescue Committee

Start-ups call on Turnbull to remove red tape and appoint a tech minister

Tech start-ups are calling on the Prime Minister-elect, Malcolm Turnbull, to make reform of the local technology sector an immediate priority, with …

Australia

Turnbull inherits an economy battered by global headwinds

Malcolm Turnbull was all smiles after his overnight ascension to the prime ministership, but the fact is he has inherited some grim economic …

‘He got it straight away’: man who pitched OzEmail to Malcolm Turnbull recalls his tech trendspotting ability, and startups are heartened

by Yolanda Redrup with Michael Bailey<p>The local startup community has reacted with broad optimism to Malcolm Turnbull’s appointment as Prime minister, …

Facebook's Marketer Pages Get First Major Update Since 2012

Facebook pages are back!<p>Technically Facebook pages haven't gone anywhere. Marketers have been able to operate their own Facebook profiles since 2007, …

Advertising

Australia's top CEOs are swamped by 'fake' Twitter followers - and that's a problem

Only a handful of Australia's top CEOs are on Twitter. They probably have more important things to do like, you know, manage thousands of people and …

Social Media