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Morrison Government puts telco consumers first

15 November 2018 The Morrison Government has today announced 32 recommendations to further protect telco consumers. The recommendations are contained in Part A of the Consumer Safeguards Review which include strengthening the Australia’s Telecommunications Ombudsman. The findings also look to imp...

NBN charging ahead with more users on higher speeds

13 November 2018 The Morrison Government has welcomed the news of almost 4.5 million premises on an NBN service, with 50Mbps plans accounting for just under 50 per cent of all residential connections. The ACCC quarterly NBN Wholesale Market Indicators Report released today also showed more than 2.2 ...

Increased coverage of women’s sports

30 October 2018 Women sports stars have greater opportunities through increased broadcast coverage of their sporting exploits, thanks to funding provided by the Australian Government. In 2017-18, the total coverage for women’s sport, as well as niche and emerging sports, represented a 39 per cent i...

Vale Richard Gill AO

28 October 2018I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Mr Richard Gill AO and extend my sincere condolences to his family, friends and colleagues.Richard’s humble beginnings as a music teacher led him to become one of Australia’s pre-eminent and most admired conductors specialising in opera, ...

Triple Zero investigation reports released

22 October 2018 Additional measures will be implemented to further strengthen the Triple Zero service, following two investigations into disruptions which occurred in May this year. The Department of Communications and the Arts and the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) conducte...

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