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Media enquiries

Journalists can contact our media team via media [at] communications.gov.au (email) or phone us on 1300 732 749 during business hours.

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Popular Topics

COVID-19 Comms update.
Keeping Australians connected

The Government and communications sector are working to keep Australians connected during the impacts of COVID-19.

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Supporting the Arts

Find out about the Australian Government’s support for the Arts in response to COVID-19.

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Media sector relief package

The Government has announced a package of measures to help sustain Australian media businesses as they do their vital work of keeping the community informed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

What's new

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On Thursday 10 December, the Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher MP made a notice...
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Consultation has begun on the Government’s proposed Online Safety Bill.

Videos

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Advanced Mobile Location

Advanced Mobile Location has been deployed in Australia.

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Electromagnetic energy and you

Learn more about electromagnetic energy (EME) emissions and how we regulate EME to keep Australians safe.

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Mobile Black Spot Program

The Government's $380 million Mobile Black Spot Program is currently delivering 1229 mobile base stations across the country to increase connectivity for people who live, work and travel in regional Australia.

Our Ministers

The Hon Paul Fletcher MP
Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts Minister

Meet the Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts Minister, The Hon Paul Fletcher MP.

The Hom Mark Coulton MP
Regional Services, Decentralisation and Local Government Minister

Meet the Regional Services, Decentralisation and Local Government Minister, The Hon Mark Coulton MP.