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Residents in NSW and Victoria are encouraged to attend the Regional Telecommunications Review 2018 public consultations.
The public consultation phase of the review into regional telecommunications has been completed.
Australians who share, or threaten to share, intimate images without consent could now be jailed for up to seven years.
Our shared journey towards reconciliation.
The Federal Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program has reached new heights, with Telstra switching on its 500th mobile base station in the...
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released data on how Australians use and access the internet in 2018.
Running from the 8 October to 14 October 2018, Stay Smart Online Week is a reminder to us all to stay smart online.
The Mobile Black Spot Program rollout has now passed 600 base stations across Australia.
Mobile Network Operators and Infrastructure Providers are encouraged to submit applications for funding to deliver new and improved coverage across...
The 2018 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards shortlists have been announced.
The Bureau of Communications and Arts Research (BCAR) has released new analysis showing cultural and creative activity contributed $111.7 billion...
Today, the Government welcomed Telstra’s 100th Queensland base station thanks to the Mobile Black Spot Program.
A new consultation paper with proposals for modern reliability safeguards for telco services in Australia has just been released as part of our...
More than $4 million has been awarded to universities and publishers across Australia in an effort to drive quality public interest journalism.
The Government is ensuring all Australians will have access to voice and broadband services.
The report for the 2018 Regional Telecommunications review is now available.
This year has seen important changes in copyright to strengthen creative protections, promote greater access and simplify copyright duration.
The Government has announced a new $17 million package to help protect Australian children online.
We take a look back at some of our highlights for communications in 2018.
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