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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?’.
We are seeking feedback on minor amendments to the copyright regulations to ensure the proposed changes to the Copyright Amendment (Service...
If you live in regional, rural or remote Australia, this is your chance to share your telecommunications experiences.
The Government has announced $25 million for a new round to address more black spots in regional and remote areas.
Consultations are open on the first stage of the Consumer Safeguards Review.
The Government is calling for applications for grants to help regional and small publishers stay at the forefront of the rapidly changing media...
There are now 4 million premises active on the National Broadband Network (NBN).
The next round of public consultations regarding regional telecommunications will occur in VIC, SA and NSW.
Regional Telecommunications Review 2018 public consultations to commence in Queensland.
Competition limits have been set for the 3.6 GHz spectrum auction to promote competition in the relevant markets.
The 2018 Regional Telecommunications Review will hold public consultations in WA next week.
Application deadline extended for grants to help foster public interest journalism in regional Australia.
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.
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