November's 5G auction comes not a moment too soon for Telstra CEO Andy Penn's massive company shakeup.
Tension between revolutionary leader Xanana Gusmão and current PM Taur Matan Ruak are at an all time high.
Sam Chisholm's backroom antics helped cause Telstra's decline and the sorry state of Australia's digital media landscape.
Even if the national security concerns are true, blocking Huawei from providing 5G would be a logistical nightmare for Australia.
Church leaders are delaying real change in the wake of the royal commission into child abuse, and some senior voices are calling it out.
Each part of Telstra CEO Andy Penn's dramatic company overhaul -- which involves cutting 8000 jobs, and major technology and infrastructure changes -- will be difficult to implement on its own. Attempting them all at once is either brave or crazy.
Tony Abbott may have ruined his own dream of running the Ramsay Centre, but he couldn't have done it without the support of his mates.
Qantas' recent concession to the Chinese government reminds us that if you want to do business with Beijing, you put up or you piss off.
Australia would do well to follow the US' and UK's lead and take a harder stance on Chinese influence in universities, but fee-addicted universities are unlikely to take a stand.