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Applications are now open for non-executive directors for the ABC and SBS Boards.
Our 2020-21 Corporate Plan describes our purposes and activities, and how our work touches every Australian community and underpins our economy and...
We are seeking comments on the proposed design of trials to explore new ways of delivering phone services in the rural and remote Australia.
We are seeking your views on a proposed update of the Telecommunications in New Developments policy.
We are seeking your views on the draft Alternative Voice Services Trials Guidelines.
The Australian Government is reforming the telecommunications market to promote competition and to improve access to broadband services for all people in Australia, especially those living in...
Have your say on ARPANSA’s new exposure standard for radio frequency EME.
Phone numbers are something most Australians use every day. There are rules about how phone numbers are given out and transferred, to make sure the numbering system works smoothly and efficiently.
Communicating without using the National Relay Service There are a lot of ways that people who are deaf, hard of hearing or who have a speech impairment can communicate directly with other peopl...
New research provides experimental estimates to gauge the economic contribution of three measures of digitalised activities—Internet of Things (IoT...
This page outlines the outcomes of the consultation on the exposure draft of the Radiocommunications Legislation Amendment (Reform and Modernisation) Bill
The online Regional Digital Tech Hub will provide independent information on digital technologies and issue resolution to regional, rural and remote consumers.
The Regional Digital Tech Hub will support regional users of telecommunications services to make the most of the connectivity options available.
The Government is proposing changes to the way 3.4 GHz spectrum is licensed to improve broadband access and maximise the benefits of 5G.
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