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Latest news: Digital

How the proposed Digital ID is supposed to work

In response to an article published on Canberra Daily on 28 December 2023 titled, The Digital ID comes for Australia, the Department of Finance's Digital ID Communications Team sent the following article to assist with the public's understanding of the Digital ID Bill.

UC hire Craig Mutton as first Chief Digital Officer

The University of Canberra has hired Craig Mutton as Chief Digital Officer, a new position focused on the student digital experience.

Digital media workshops bringing parents and teens together

Division and conflict between parents and teenagers can often be caused by clashing perspectives on the role digital media plays in our lives. Working towards bridging the intergenerational divide, Dr Catherine Page Jeffery,...

Parker Coles Curtis family law launches online service

Canberra family law firm Parker Coles Curtis is at the forefront of Australian legal innovation.

Tesla’s Bitcoin about-face is a warning for cryptocurrencies that ignore climate change

Tesla chief executive Elon Musk recently suggested his company could sell off its Bitcoin holdings, sending the cryptocurrency plummeting.

Tulip Top digital series goes live

What started with a simple question to their Facebook followers has ended with a digital season pass to Tulip Top Gardens this spring.

Tulip Top Gardens prepares to go digital

Tulip Top Gardens won’t let COVID-19 restrictions stop them from delivering their popular tulip garden experience to the public – even if it means revamping its entire business model.

Phoenix Collective innovate to keep 2020 season alive

On 7 June at 1pm The Phoenix Collective will release the first of their Digital Sessions: Different Trains, Reich, a film and performance presented online.

Red Shield Appeal doorknock goes digital

After more than 55 years of knocking on doors each May, The Salvation Army is taking the Red Shield Appeal digital in response to COVID-19’s impact on social contact.

Phone tracking app could be introduced in next fortnight

The Federal Government could be introducing a mobile phone tracking app in the next fortnight as a digital method to trace the spread of COVID-19.

Canberra arts go digital in the COVID-19 era

Over the course of the last month, the ramifications of the COVID-19 public gathering requirements have caused a shake-up in the Canberra arts scene.