30 September 2016The Turnbull Government has reappointed Dr Ziggy Switkowski AO as Chair and Non-Executive Director of the Board of NBN Co Limited (nbn) for a further three-year term.Dr Switkowski, one of Australia’s most distinguished telecommunications executives, has done an outstanding job ...
30 September 2016
with vision impairment now have greater access to a wealth of global books and published
materials in accessible formats following the Marrakesh Treaty coming into
force today. Australia is among the first 20 countries to join the Treaty, which the
THE HON. MALCOLM TURNBULL MP
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ONE YEAR OF FTTN ROLLOUT BRINGS NBN TO OVER
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
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...
Turnbull Government has announced almost $1 million for eight tours to 117
locations around Australia through the Playing Australia Regional Performing
Arts Touring Fund.
Australia supports performing arts to reach regional communities across
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.
Internet of T...
week, hundreds of schools and libraries across Australia will participate in
National eSmart Week – an initiative to encourage cyber safety and digital
2,200 schools and almost half of Australia’s public libraries are registered as
Consultation on telecommunications
competition conduct regulation
Turnbull Government is inviting submissions on the ongoing operation of
telecommunications conduct regulation following the release of proposed changes
to general competition law.
Turnbull Government has reintroduced much needed media reform legislation to
support the viability of Australian media organisations as they face increasing
competition from less regulated services.Australians
are changing the way they access media and our laws must adap...