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The NRS has a Helpdesk to support users of the service.
Emergency services can be contacted through the NRS in life threatening or time critical situations.
In December last year the Morrison Government announced it would commence a staged approach to reform media regulation towards an end state of a platform-neutral regulatory framework, covering both...
The reporting date for the review of classification regulation has been extended to 31 May 2020.
The Government has announced a package of measures to sustain Australian media businesses as they do their vital work of keeping the community informed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Government recognises the important role media organisations play in providing the Australian community with timely and accurate news and information, particularly during times of national and...
We are working closely with Australia Post to support them in continuing to deliver postal services to all Australians.
Access to communications services is vital for all Australians, particularly during the ongoing impacts of COVID-19.
Television captioning and audio description help people who have a hearing or vision impairment access television programs.
The vast majority of Australians can access television programs from the national broadcasters—the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS).
The Department has undertaken an efficiency review of the National Broadcasters prior to 2019–20 Triennium funding.
We maintain registers for the public-interest contracts and grants we administer.
We protect your privacy in accordance with the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) and the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).
If you suspect fraudulent activity, you should report it to us.
Find out more about EME and 5G and how they are regulated.
EME is all around us and is part of our natural environment. It is emitted by sources like the sun, the earth, the earth’s atmosphere and even the human body.
5G is set to transform a range of sectors, including health, agriculture and education.
The Australian Government strictly regulates the use of EME, based on decades of Australian and international scientific research.
The Australian Government sets the policy framework for the telecommunications industry. 5G must comply with the same regulations as previous generations.