Australia, the election, and broadband policy

au: Labor: There is no future without fibre
Labor Communications spokesperson Stephen Conroy has restated the Opposition’s commitment to a pan-Australian fibre-to-the-node network, while accusing the government of wasting taxpayers’ money with a planned WiMax rollout,130061791,339280954,00.htmau: Coonan opens up broadband race
THE federal Government is poised to unveil the guidelines and timetable for the $5 billion-plus residential broadband network that has been at the centre of its escalating dispute with Telstra.,24897,22201656-16123,00.htmlau: No high-speed broadband before election
A decision on who will build a high-speed broadband network in capital cities and large regional centres will not be made before the federal election.,130061791,339281041,00.htmau: Broadband plan a block, says Labor
The federal Government’s rural broadband plan has no other purpose than to block Labor’s own strategy for connecting 98 per cent of the country to fibre-to-the-node technology, opposition frontbencher Simon Crean said.,24897,22215255-15306,00.html

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