[LINK] A national broadband network?

Nick Ross nickrossabc at gmail.com
Mon Nov 21 13:10:20 AEDT 2011

I've spent a year chasing this up so far. It's not my job but Conroy
doesn't seem to see the need(!)

I'm at the point now where I'm confident that the figures are well in the
order of this. But, as we've seen, they need nailing down beyond doubt. Am
still working on it.

As for what's happening at The Oz? The Mitch and Annabel double act is
getting ridiculous. Am investigating.


On 21 November 2011 12:53, Ross Kelso <kelso at internode.on.net> wrote:

> > Message: 8, Link Digest, Vol 228, Issue 31 refers
> > Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2011 09:25:38 +1100
> Nick Ross said
> > Oh dear. Here we go again.
> > ………
> > The entire NBN will be paid for by cost savings to the Health System
> alone
> > and I shall prove it.
> Being someone who once worked at NOIE on the report of the Broadband
> Advisory Group (http://www.archive.dcita.gov.au/2007/12/bag_report refers) I gained an inside view on so-called cost savings from government
> initiatives.  My colleagues and I used to smile when we gained these sorts
> of supporting justifications from our commissioned reports - great fodder
> to feed up to the Minister.
> Nick, please put your 'money where your mouth is' > prove it!
> Regards
> Dr Ross Kelso
> http://www.rosskelso.com
> http://www.noaerialnbn.org
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