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JOINT MEDIA RELEASE: ONE YEAR OF FTTN ROLLOUT BRINGS NBN TO OVER 850,000 PREMISES

PRIME MINISTER THE HON. MALCOLM TURNBULL MP JOINT MEDIA RELEASE   26 September 2016 ONE YEAR OF FTTN ROLLOUT BRINGS NBN TO OVER 850,000 PREMISES Just one year on from the launch of nbn’s fibre-to-the-node service, more than a quarter of a million Australian homes and bus...

Return of sculptures to India

Return of sculptures to India 19 September 2016 At an event today with the Minister for the Arts, Senator the Hon Mitch Fifield, and the Indian Minister for Culture and Tourism, the Hon Dr Mahesh Sharma, the National Gallery of Australia formally returned two statues from its Asian art...

Supporting performing arts in regional Australia

8 September 2016   The Turnbull Government has announced almost $1 million for eight tours to 117 locations around Australia through the Playing Australia Regional Performing Arts Touring Fund. Playing Australia supports performing arts to reach regional communities across Aus...

New ‘Internet of Things’ network goes live

MEDIA RELEASE 6 September 2016  Minister for Communications Mitch Fifield today launched a new Internet of Things (IoT) community network at Barangaroo as part of the inaugural Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA) ‘State of the Nation’ workshop. The Internet of T...

Online safety in focus for schools and libraries during National eSmart Week

6 September 2016 This week, hundreds of schools and libraries across Australia will participate in National eSmart Week – an initiative to encourage cyber safety and digital inclusion. Over 2,200 schools and almost half of Australia’s public libraries are registered as eSmart, pl...

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