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Bill Shorten needs to pull Stephen Conroy into line

MEDIA RELEASE Bill Shorten needs to pull Stephen Conroy into line 24 August 2016   All of the claims made today by Stephen Conroy regarding the nbn are wrong. The rollout of the National Broadband Network is on track and on budget – as published last week in nbn’s annual...

nbn reaches 3 million homes and businesses

MEDIA RELEASE nbn reaches 3 million homes and businesses 17 August 2016 The National Broadband Network rollout has hit another major milestone and is now available to more than 3 million homes and business across Australia. This latest milestone shows that the Coalition’s multi...

Nbn continues to exceed targets in full-year results

Senator the Hon Mathias CormannMinister for Finance16 August 2016 The National Broadband Network rollout continues to exceed its connection and financial targets, according to nbn’s latest full-year results announcement. nbn’s 2016 full-year results are the latest evidence of the benefits of...

Netflix figures back Coalition’s faster nbn rollout

MEDIA RELEASE10 August 2016 Netflix’s latest ISP Speed Index shows why Labor can’t be trusted to roll out the National Broadband Network to all Australians. Labor’s 2016 election policy was to slow down the nbn rollout completion by at least two years – leaving Australians waiting for bett...

Support for Festival of India in Australia 2016

MEDIA RELEASE 26 July 2016  The Turnbull Coalition Government has announced $250,000 to support the Confluence: Festival of India in Australia 2016. Launched today, the festival is the most significant showcase of India’s arts and culture to be staged in Australia. Held f...

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