2021 looks set to be another big year of progress for METRONET, with three projects now moving into the major construction procurement shortlist phase.
The Morrison Government will support 30 arts tours across Australia during 2021, providing a major boost to artists and audiences, particularly in remote and regional communities.
The Morrison Government has today announced more than $580,000 in funding to support 16 regional arts and cultural projects across Australia in the latest Festivals Australia program funding round.
Australians subjected to seriously harmful online abuse will have new protections under the Morrison Government’s proposed Online Safety Bill.
The Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts has made a formal declaration under s 48 of the National Broadband Network Companies Act 2011 that the National Broadband Network should be ‘treated as built and fully operational.’
Eight West Australian arts projects will share in nearly $5 million in funding from the first batch of the Morrison Government’s Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund.
Ten Queensland arts projects will share in over $7 million funding from the first batch of the Morrison Government’s Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund.
The penultimate stage of the Central Coast Trains project is now complete, providing improved mobile coverage to thousands of commuters on the Central Coast and Newcastle Line, and free Wi-Fi at 19 stations.
The National Gallery of Australia will receive a $20 million upgrade to its lighting system as part of the Morrison Government’s Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook.
Operators at Triple Zero will have more accurate information on an emergency caller’s precise location under new mobile technology unveiled today by the Morrison Government.
More than 100 venues across Australia will benefit from round one of the Live Music Australia program that is designed to assist in the national recovery of the live music sector from the impacts of COVID-19.
A partnership between the Tasmanian Government, local service provider TasmaNet and the National Broadband Network has powered Tasmanian schools to the top of the national table for delivering high-speed broadband for their students.
In a major boost to Tasmania’s arts sector, the Morrison Government has today announced that three projects will share in over $2 million funding from the first batch of the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund.
Outstanding work by Australian authors has been recognised today, with the winners of the 2020 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards announced.
The Australian Government has welcomed the passage of a radiocommunications reform package that will help provide a flexible, fit-for-purpose spectrum management framework for the future.