- NEWS.com.au | 24-hour walk-out disrupts bulletins (March 15, 2004)
- NEWS.com.au | City turns back clock on fines (March 15, 2004) - Melbourne parking meters are running fast, yet the Council doesn't think it's a problem.
- Warship attacked with 'Howard bootlicker' graffiti. 15/03/2004. ABC News Online. You know, legally speaking it's not libel if it's true...
- 7.30 Report - 11/03/2004: Telstras broadband prices questioned:
[Australia is] the lowest in the OECD country in terms of broadband take up. [It has] one of the weakest competitive broadband markets in the world.Broadband is languishing for the same reason as digital and cable TV - it's far too expensive for what you get. We still have broadband packages being offered with monthly download limits measured in megs, not gigs; not to mention huge installation costs and high monthly charges. I'd be lucky to last a week at full speed before being throttled back to slow modem speeds, or being hit up for more cash. So I stick with my 56k modem.
- Demonstrations against the bombings - www.smh.com.au
- Finally some good fortune as Broncos rediscover their lost confidence - League - www.smh.com.au. That score again: Brisbane 28 Warriors 20. Great match! I'm glad our seats were covered though...
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