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Important information for Video Relay users.
Our 2019 Australian Public Service (APS) Census results are now available
Important information for users of Voice Relay (previously Speak and Listen) and NRS Captions
Transition of NRS Chat (Internet Relay) on the National Relay Service
Transition to the new provider of the National Relay Service (NRS).
The transition to a new provider for the National Relay Service (NRS) has been a significant undertaking. We would like to thank all NRS users and...
Every year around 195,000 new proprieties are built in Australia. The Australian Government has in place arrangements so people moving into new...
With one in five Australian children reporting being cyber bullied, learning how to be cyber safe has never been more important.
The Government is investing $10 million on a new program to deliver practical online safety training for young Australians.
The Australian Government has launched the National Online Safety Awareness campaign to help Australian parents ‘start the chat’ about online...
Reverse the threat of cybercrime with a few simple steps to protect yourself
Have your say on proposed changes to Australia’s online safety framework, designed to keep Australians safe online.
The Government has released a roadmap for action in response to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s Digital Platforms Inquiry...
Information on the National Relay Service transition is now available in Auslan.
The review will update Australia’s classification scheme to reflect the digital environment.
Change is being delivered for a more efficient and transparent spectrum management framework for Australia.
We are exploring alternative ways to deliver telephone services in rural and remote Australia.
Learn how to connect in an emergency through the National Relay Service (NRS).
Recently some users have let us know they are experiencing longer wait times for National Relay Service (NRS) calls during peak business hours and...
We are updating Australia’s classification framework for today’s digital media environment.
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