Posts Tagged ‘south morang’

Jobs for Geelong, but job losses for South Morang?

Today the state government announced that 300 new jobs would be created in Geelong. These jobs are thanks to a “co-investment” by the state government to convince Energy Australia to open up a new call centre down there. But is this really a “new” call centre? Are these really “new” jobs?

Crowding on South Morang trains solved?

Today the October 2013 load standard surveys were released by PTV for trains and trams in Melbourne. I suspect with the seat of Yan Yean to be hotly contested at this years state election given the redistribution of the electoral boundaries Transport Minister Mulder jumped on the front foot to boast about the results on […]

Testing the $7 rural public transport theory

Earlier this month it was announced that on January 1st 2014 public transport fares would rise across the state. With that in mind I wrote this blog piece… The $7 one way public transport trip to rural Victoria. I had the chance over the break to test the theory out.

NBN Roll Out Frustration

The fibre to the premise (FTTP) version of the NBN is by far the best and the most “future proofed” version that is being proposed by the two Australian political parties. But the roll out is not only frustrating me but in at least one instance it just appears illogical.

Telstra LTE coming to Mernda / Doreen

Telstra is about to roll out LTE (4G) to the Mernda and Doreen areas!

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