Communications minister, senator Stephen Conroy has got himself involved in a dispute between people living and working around a proposed location for a new Telstra mobile network antenna.
on 11/03/2010 – Made popular on 11/03/2010
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has confirmed Government is involved in a separate set of negotiations with Telstra over regulatory policy and its legislative program, in addition to the talks Telstra is having with the Commonwealth-owned NBN Company.
The Opposition had misunderstood proposed telecommunications regulatory reforms and was wrong in claiming that any deal between Telstra and NBN Co would not be scrutinised by the consumer watchdog, Communications Minister Stephen Conroy says.
A war of words has erupted between Communications Minister Stephen Conroy and Liberal Senator Guy Barnett, with the latter claiming the National Broadband Network rollout in his home state of Tasmania was taking longer than expected.
Communications minister, senator Stephen Conroy, has released a discussion paper on proposals for the Universal Service Obligation reforms that will be needed if the agreement with Telstra over its role in the NBN is consummated.
Communications minister, senator Stephen Conroy, has won the 2011 award from Global Telecoms Business magazine for "the most significant personal contribution to telecommunications," for his work in developing the National Broadband Network.
Prime minister Julia Gillard and communications minister senator Stephen Conroy will this morning preside over a ceremonial switching on of the National Broadband Network in Armidale NSW, following trials over the past month with a handful of Armidale households.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: RegulationCommunications minister senator Stephen Conroy has commited the Gillard Government to funding the Australian Communications Consumers Action Network (ACCAN) to the tune of $2m per year until 2017.