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Watch how communities in Queensland are benefiting from the Mobile Black Spot Program and the NBN Sky Muster satellite.
New changes are on the way for a more efficient and transparent spectrum management framework.
A better internet starts with you.
We are seeking views on the effectiveness and efficiency of Australia’s Copyright Online Infringement Amendment.
The Bureau of Communications and Arts Research (the Bureau) released its draft report of the review of the Code of Conduct for Copyright Collecting...
The 5G Working Group met in Canberra earlier this month, bringing together representatives and leaders from across government and industry to...
The Bureau of Communications and Arts Research (BCAR) has released a working paper that examines the demand for fixed-line broadband in Australia...
More Australians in regional areas are now able to access improved mobile coverage.
We have released a consultation paper and are seeking your views on copyright reform.
Australian schools have come together today to promote a bullying free environment for students.
The NBN rollout is now 80 percent complete in regional areas.
The Bureau of Communications and Arts Research today released its assessment of the potential impacts of 5G on Australia’s productivity and growth.
We have issued a Request for Tender today to sustain delivery of the National Relay Service.
The Government has released a report on the findings of the review of the .au Domain Administration (auDA).
This World Book and Copyright Day, take the time to learn how upcoming copyright changes may affect you.
An expert panel is examining whether our national broadcasters are operating in a manner consistent with the general principles of competitive...
The Mobile Black Spot Program has reached a new milestone this week, with Telstra switching on its 400th mobile base station under the program.
An independent committee has been appointed to undertake a review of regional telecommunication services.
The Government has announced a review of the Viewer Access Satellite Television (VAST) service.
Don’t get caught out by scammers: stop and check, ‘is this for real?’.
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