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With initial support from ACT Government, the eGov Cluster and Link Digital a steering group has been established to coordinate the development of an online precinct for CBR.

The founding steering group on launch includes:

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After winning Best International Short Film at the Toronto International Film Festival perhaps it wasn’t a surprise that the same short by Sotiris Dounoukos would also go on to win an award from the 

CKAN – open all that data! Open data is fuel for the tech innovators We’re all sharing code – we’re the creators Now let’s open up the knowledge with our public data Standards for metadata so its not scattered Making it easy to build a data nation Between communities & organizations Now let me tell

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Unfortunately their blog, with the various clues found there, make it likely that Jelly.co is just a mobile version of fluther.com - maybe with more special sauce. However, I ‘wish’ it was something cooler.  For example: The attributes of the Jellyfish are: A group of jellyfish is sometimes called a bloom or a swarm It flourishes when

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In 2014, Red Cross will celebrate 100 years of people helping people in Australia. The Red Cross Centenary website is collecting the personal stories of people who have shared a remarkable history: the power of humanity in action. Volunteers, members and supporters, people who have helped and been helped, can tell their own stories in

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Katie Jean Morris suffers from Recessive PHA type 1, an extremely rare salt wasting condition that means her body does not balance electrolytes. Severe salt loss, and dangerous potassium levels can cause her heart to stop suddenly. Even mild sweating can be life threatening. Since Katie was born in November 2010 she has spent 70%

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Canberra United’s Sally Shipard was named female Footballer of the Year at the Australian Football Awards at a gala dinner in Sydney on Wednesday the 21st of Movember 2012. However, before winning footballer of the year, Sally had time to drop into Link Digital and get her custom Mo in support of Movember. Please consider

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GovHack 2012 took on some of the big issues facing government departments. Including, how does government engage with society to co-create a better future? With a strong focus on government data, GovHack invited teams of programmers and designers to invent new and better ways of delivering government data to Australians. Teams with the best apps

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