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The WA Government has undertaken Australia's first audit of regional telecommunications infrastructure to map the gaps in Western Australia's digital connectivity.

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Wednesday, 06 December 2017 12:34

Regional builder recognised at state level

A Mid-West builder was recognised amongst the best in the state at the recent Western Australia HIA Housing Awards.

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Friday, 10 November 2017 11:43

Building Better Regions Fund Round Two

Applications for Round Two of the Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF) are open, with the program set to continue delivering projects that help rural, regional, and remote communities reach their potential.

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Applications for the $30,000 QCoal Foundation Scholarship are now open to rural and remote students planning on studying at James Cook University in 2018.

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Fifteen scholarships for rural students have been announced for students enrolled in Education programs at Federation University Australia.

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Thursday, 12 October 2017 11:28

The Long Ride turns 10!

425 motorbike riders from all around Australia will rev up their engines for The Long Ride in support of Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA).

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Monday, 18 September 2017 12:46

Sky Muster data increase

It’s just two weeks until Sky Muster satellite users can receive 50 per cent more peak data and double their current off-peak data, Minister for Regional Communications Fiona Nash said.

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Husqvarna Group Australia has partnered with Landcare NSW and Central Coast Council to help ensure vegetation along Porters Creek in Wyong is rehabilitated and restored.

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The Telecommunications Reform Package legislation, introduced to Parliament, includes a guarantee for all premises to be able to access broadband services.

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Rural residents are at the centre of a legal stoush over a bid to improve mobile phone coverage, with the Federal Court now asked to intervene in the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s draft decision to refuse domestic mobile roaming.

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