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Tenders to be sought for Next-Generation Triple Zero Emergency Call Service

23 June 2017 The Turnbull Government will shortly issue a Request for Tender (RFT) to deliver the next-generation Triple Zero Emergency Call Service with integrated location-based data services. The tender process follows an Expressions of Interest (EOI) process conducted in late 2016. ...

Labor votes against Australia’s media industry and Australian jobs

21 June 2017Today in the House of Representatives the Australian Labor Party voted against every element of the Turnbull Government’s Media Reform package by opposing the second and third reading of the relevant bills.Despite claiming they support most of the package, and despite claiming that parts...

eSafety Commissioner to enhance online safety for all Australians

20 June 2017 The Turnbull Government will enhance online safety for all Australians and provide clarity for reporting online safety issues following the passage of the Enhancing Online Safety for Children Amendment Bill 2017. The bill will rename the eSafety Commissioner, previously known as th...

Joint Release - Minister for Regional Communications - Government releases Productivity Commission report into the Universal Service Obligation

19 June 2017The Turnbull Government today tabled the Productivity Commission’s (PC’s) report into the telecommunications Universal Service Obligation (USO). The USO is a longstanding consumer safeguard that ensures all Australians have access to voice-only standard telephone services and payphones....

Delivering on improvements to copyright law

15 June 2017 The Turnbull Government has delivered important reforms that will improve access to copyright materials for Australians with a disability, as well as providing confidence to educational facilities, libraries and archives that deal with copyright materials. The passage of the Copyright A...

Parliament must act on media reforms to protect Australian jobs

14 June 2017Network Ten’s announcement today that it will enter voluntary administration is a wake-up call to opponents of media reform. This is a difficult and stressful time for Ten's staff and their families who are facing an uncertain future. That a major Australian media organisation is in such...

Public consultation on telecommunications carrier powers and immunities

9 June 2017 The Australian Government has released a public consultation paper on proposed changes to telecommunications carrier powers and immunities laws, so they remain relevant in the rapidly evolving communications sector. Carrier powers and immunities are designed to strike the righ...

Australian Indigenous art at the United Nations on World Oceans Day

MINISTER FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND THE ARTS SENATOR THE HON MITCH FIFIELD   MINISTER FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE PACIFIC SENATOR THE HON CONCETTA FIERRAVANTI–WELLS   FEDERAL MEMBER FOR LEICHHARDT THE HON WARREN ENTSCH MP   Australian Indigenous art at the United Nations on Worl...

Securing the future of Australian and children’s screen content

23 May 2017 The Turnbull Government has today released terms of reference for a review into Australian and children’s screen content. The review was announced as part of the Government’s comprehensive package of reforms to support Australia’s broadcasting sector. The objective is to provide policy ...

Modernising the Australian Communications and Media Authority

22 May 2017 The Turnbull Government has announced its response to the review of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). The review was completed by the Department of Communications and the Arts and supported by a reference group of Australian and international communications...

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