Queensland Gets Telecommunications Boost

Residents across regional, rural and remote Queensland will soon be better connected following successful applications for funding improved mobile coverage and broadband services under Round 2 of the Regional Connectivity Program.  Minister for Regional Communications, Bridget McKenzie said the projects form part of the Coalition Government’s continuing roll-out of the $257 million Regional Connectivity Program…

Better telecommunications for regional Victoria

Better telecommunications for regional Victoria Residents of Axedale, Goornong, Colbinabbin and Toolleen in regional Victoria will soon have access to better connectivity in their local communities, following a successful application for funding new mobile coverage under round two of the Regional Connectivity Program.  Minister for Regional Communications, Bridget McKenzie, said these projects form part of…

Funding extended for Wuyagiba Regional Study Hub

 The Coalition Government will provide Wuyagiba Regional Study Hub with a further four years funding to ensure it will continue to offer students in South East Arnhem Land the opportunity to participate and succeed in furthering their education.  The Wuyagiba Regional Study Hub is one of 16 Regional University Centres, covering 24 sites around Australia,…

Funding extended for Arnhem Land Regional University Centres

 The Coalition Government will provide Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation with a further four years funding to ensure it will continue to offer students in Nhulunbuy, Galiwin’ku and Ramingining the opportunity to participate and succeed in furthering their education.  Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation is one of 16 Regional University Centres, covering 24 sites around…

Telecommunications strengthened in the Northern Territory and Christmas Island

 Residents of Christmas Island, Douglas Daly, Alyangula, Middle Point, Angurugu, Acacia Hills, Milyakburra Island and Edith River in the Northern Territory will be better connected following successful applications to improve mobile coverage under Round 2 of the Regional Connectivity Program.  Minister for Regional Communications, Bridget McKenzie, said the projects form part of the Coalition Government’s…

Over $24.5 million to tackle pest animals and weeds

Thirty-six projects to combat the impact of feral animals and weeds on agricultural and public land have been announced today by the Coalition Government. Minister for Agriculture and Northern Australia David Littleproud and Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley said pest animals and weeds threaten our primary productivity, environment, and biodiversity. “This is why we…

Western Australia gets telecommunications boost

 Residents of Western Australia will soon be better connected following successful applications for funding new mobile blackspot towers, broadband and telecommunication upgrades under Round 2 of the Regional Connectivity Program.  Minister for Regional Communications, Bridget McKenzie said the projects form part of the Coalition Government’s continuing roll-out of the $257 million Regional Connectivity Program (RCP). …