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Information relating to the Communications and the Arts Portfolio Budget for 2018–19.
Information relating to the Communications and the Arts Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements for 2018–19.
Information relating to the Communications and the Arts Portfolio Budget for 2019–20.
Information relating to the Communications and the Arts Portfolio Current Budget Statements and previous Budget Statements.
The 2020-21 Budget has been released, laying the foundations for Australia’s economic recovery through infrastructure investment and support to...
Information relating to the Communications and the Arts Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements 2016-17
Australian communications, music, regional media and cultural institutions will receive a $393.7 million boost in the 2019-20 Federal Budget.
We are funded through the Australian Government Budget each year. This page provides links to the current and previous budgets.
View our structure and operations, with links to key reporting documents and information on career options and employment benefits.
Senate Order on Indexed Lists of departmental files
New research shows communications services are more affordable.
New research confirms that Australia will have the infrastructure required to meet demand for data and bandwidth over the next decade.
We, in collaboration with Creative Partnerships Australia, have released new analysis on private sector support for Australia’s vibrant arts and culture sector.
The Australian Government is seeking comments on what reforms are required that would ensure the powers and immunities framework continues to meet the needs of modern Australia.
On 9 October 2020, the Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher MP, made a Statement of Expectations in relation to the Australian Competition and...
Australia’s postal market is open to any business for most postal services, although the main postal service for letters is Australia Post.
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