election

  • AIIA calls for electronic voting in Australia

    The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the nation’s peak body for the technology industry, has called for electronic voting in Australia. If the system were already in place, we would already know the outcome of Saturday’s Federal election. Actually we’d know the results the instant the voting window closed. So far, almost...
  • 360 Fly create brilliant TVC about Trump’s ridiculous wall

    Potential US President, Donald Trump has made many references throughout his campaign, to building his MASSIVE wall to keep out Mexicans who illegally cross the border. Anyone with a shred of common sense understand the concept is incredibly flawed and to highlight the ridiculousness of the idea, 360 Fly...
  • NBN leaks lead to Federal Police raids of Labor offices

    According to the ABC, the Australian Federal Police currently raiding the Melbourne offices of the Labor party. The Shadow Minister for Finance, Manager of Opposition Business, Tony Burke has confirmed on ABC’s 7.30 tonight, that the raids are taking place. These raids relate to a spate of NBN leaks over the recent weeks and...
  • Senator Carr meets Australia’s first humanoid robot

    During Australia’s federal election campaign, our politicians are travelling the country to meet with businesses, often with complimentary announcements of funding. With a double dissolution called, it means both houses of parliament, the House of Reps and the Senate are campaigning for re-election. Today Victorian Labor Senator Kim Carr, met with CQ...
  • Australian 2016 Election: There’s never been a more exciting time for electronic voting

    It looks like Australia is heading to an election on July 2nd. After failing to get proposed legislation through the parliament, the Government is now expected to call a rare, double dissolution election that means we’ll need to vote for both the House of Representatives and the Senate. It may be...
  • Play NBN Bingo during tonight’s election debate

    Tonight is the first debate of the 2013 election in Australia between Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and opposition leader Tony Abbott. One of the main topics that will be discussed will be the NBN. While the minister’s responsible for the communications policy are Anthony Albanese and Malcolm Turnbull, the...