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NBN Fibre to the Node rollout hits new milestone

1 December 2016 The Turnbull Government’s multi-technology National Broadband Network rollout has hit another milestone, with more than one million fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) connections ready-for-service. Barely a year after the first switch-on, the number of FTTN connections avail...

Bill Shorten’s nbn falsehoods show a contempt for the facts

JOINT MEDIA RELEASESENATOR HON MATHIAS CORMANNMINISTER FOR FINANCE 24 November 2016 Bill Shorten’s attempt today to distort well-known facts about nbn’s rollout progress and financing arrangements simply flies in the face of reality. Under the Coalition, the NBN is on schedule, a...

Funding boost for Sounds Australia

24 November 2016 The Turnbull Government has announced $1.16m funding for Sounds Australia to further develop Australia's national and international contemporary music industry. This funding of $290,000 per year over four years will complement a $1.2 million investment by the Aust...

Government response to the Productivity Commission's report into public safety mobile broadband

JOINT MEDIA RELEASETHE HON MICHAEL KEENAN MPMINISTER FOR JUSTICEMINISTER ASSISTING THE PRIME MINISTER FOR COUNTER TERRORISM 24 November 2016 The Minister for Communications, Senator the Hon Mitch Fifield, and the Minister for Justice Michael Keenan, today announced the Australian Governme...

Telecommunications competition law amendments

24 November 2016 The Turnbull Government today announced new legislation will be introduced to repeal the telecommunications-specific anti-competitive conduct laws of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010. The changes follow the Government’s decision to strengthen the general misu...

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