NBN Co’s 2020-21 first quarter results show strong revenue growth, as it continues to meet its rollout targets and provide important services to Australians during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thousands of local businesses in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales are set to get access to ultra-fast broadband at no upfront cost, with NBN Co selecting the region as one of the 240 Business Fibre Zones across Australia.
The Morrison Government will hold two auctions to allocate 5G spectrum next year, making 2021 the ‘Year of 5G.’
Outages in vital power and telecommunications services during bushfires and other emergencies will be addressed through better coordination and communication between utilities.
We acknowledge that the Australia Post Board has today accepted the resignation of Christine Holgate as CEO and a director, effective immediately.
As Shareholder Ministers, we thank Ms Holgate for her service over the past three years.
The Morrison Government has appointed Mr Nyunggai Warren Stephen Mundine AO as a part-time non-executive Director on the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) Board.
More than 100,000 premises across Australia are set to have access to faster internet as NBN Co puts its $4.5 billion new investment package into action.
The National Museum of Australia’s Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters exhibition will tour to The Box Plymouth in the United Kingdom in 2021.
The Morrison Government is working with telcos to bolster the resilience of communications networks serving communities threatened by bushfire.
As Shareholder Ministers, we were surprised this morning to learn about the gifts provided to senior managers at Australia Post.
Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, Paul Fletcher, has issued a Statement of Expectations to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) concerning its work to protect broadband and mobile consumers and encourage…
The Australian Government welcomes news that $2 billion of the recent investments announced by NBN Co will be directed towards better connecting regional Australia and will stimulate regional jobs and economic growth.
The Morrison Government is strengthening the economy, creating jobs and supporting households and businesses through COVID-19 by investing in our critically important telecommunications, media and creative arts sectors as part…
The Morrison Government has welcomed the release of the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman’s (TIO) Annual Report 2019-20.
The Australian Government is supporting Australian screen content by simplifying regulations and injecting $53 million into the development and production of local film and television as part of the 2020-21 Federal Budget.