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Cricket Australia Broadcasting Rights Announcment

13 April 2018 Today Cricket Australia has announced a new broadcast deal with Seven West Media and Foxtel. The negotiation and allocation of broadcasting rights is entirely a matter for sporting bodies and commercial broadcasters. Government has no role in these negotiations. Broadcasting legisla...

JOINT RELEASE - Minister for Finance - NBN Co CEO Mr BIll Morrow

4 April 2018 The Government would like to thank Mr Bill Morrow for his outstanding leadership of NBN Co over the past four years, following today’s announcement that he will step down as Chief Executive Officer by the end of 2018. Mr Morrow was appointed to the role of CEO and Executive Direct...

Copyright Tribunal appointment

29 March 2018  The Turnbull Government is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Michelle Groves as a part-time Member of the Copyright Tribunal of Australia for a period of five years commencing on 16 April 2018. Ms Groves is a senior corporate legal counsel with a strong background in int...

Coalition's NBN delivering fast, affordable broadband

29 March 2018  The first results of the ACCC’s broadband speed testing program show the Coalition’s NBN is delivering fast, affordable broadband and consumers are getting the speeds they’ve paid for. “The report shows that retailers are delivering high speed broadband on the NBN even at peak t...

Inquiry into the competitive neutrality of Australia's national broadcasters

29 March 2018  The Turnbull Government has appointed an experienced panel to conduct an Inquiry into the competitive neutrality of the national broadcasters. The Inquiry will examine whether Australia’s national broadcasters – the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and the Special Broad...

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