The Australian Government is supporting greater access to arts and cultural exhibitions for regional Australians by providing $1.9 million of funding for the Visions of Australia regional touring program.
Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher MP, today convened a roundtable meeting with Australia’s major telecommunications companies to discuss network resilience in the recent severe bushfires.
The 2020 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards are now open for entries until 28 February 2020.
Visiting the @Optus SatCat at Malua Bay on NSW South Coast; its a temporary base station providing mobile coverage after bushfire damage to the usual base station, one of several Optus has deployed across Australia https://t.co/LhG2qhSR3u
With Janette Hunt & Henrik Minassian of @australiapost at Batemans Bay Post Office - where the whole team has been working hard to serve their community through the difficult bushfire period of recent weeks https://t.co/U41MVjGqcA
With folks from @ABCaustralia & @BAIComms at the Batemans Bay tower site to which ABC radio & TV broadcasting was relocated after New Years Eve bushfires damaged the Mt Wandera site - quick work to get the emergency broadcaster back on air in Batemans Bay https://t.co/JSPnCFf4My
At @NBN_Australia fixed wireless base station in Mogo on NSW south coast; it lost mains power in bushfires, kept going on battery backup for nearly 12 hours - now running on diesel generator power & serving 114 premises locally. https://t.co/agBf96DYHd
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