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So here I was on news.com reading an article about this Guiness record holder, super tall teenager. Not a particularly interesting article, just mainly about that he’s really really tall, then at the end there’s some of his Insta feed with photos.
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Gronk

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So here I was on news.com reading an article about this Guiness record holder, super tall teenager. Not a particularly interesting article, just mainly about that he’s really really tall, then at the end there’s some of his Insta feed with photos.
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Coincidence.

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Election coming then?

Well it's gotta be by May, so yeah.

Best bets are May following March early budget ( Parliamentary sitting days ( lack of )) strongly indicate this.

Or maybe March, on account of things are really falling apart and that's realistically the earliest feasible date.
 

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^^^^ the ranking is irrelevant Albo. It's the average speed and reliability that is under the microscope.

I can't see anywhere a number which is deemed appropriate for AU. Until I know that number, it's like comparing a Bugatti with a Falcon. I'm sure that all Australians want and need is for "fast" reliable broadband which has the capacity for a wide pipe when required.

Professor Tucker also rejected the NBN Co's arguments, observing that Ookla's data was "remarkably consistent".

"[It] provides a direct measure of the quality of service provided to those who do have broadband, wherever they are," he said.

"The fact that Australia has a poor broadband ranking and Australia's mean and median speeds are well below the world average is a direct indication that Australia's broadband services are not up to world standards."

Professor Tucker added that Australia was a "highly urbanised country", making its population and geographic conditions "ideal for the rollout of high-quality broadband".


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