Well good morning. Well I'm very pleased to be here to announce the new Children's e-Safety Commissioner. And this is an important step in the continuing work of the Abbott Government to enhance online safety for children.
Leading online safety expert Alastair MacGibbon has been appointed to the role of Children’s e-Safety Commissioner, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher announced today.
Research into cyber bullying has found it frequently leads to depression, binge drinking, theft and violent behaviour.
The Communications portfolio achieved significant deregulatory reform in 2014. Actions taken in this portfolio in 2014 will generate cumulative annual savings of over $94 million and remove over 3,400 pages of unnecessary regulation.
The Communications portfolio Annual Deregulation Report 2014, released today, provides a summary of progress to date.
These reforms have allowed the Government to work towards ensuring Australia has a strong, vibrant and sustainable communications sector.
Paul Fletcher MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications, has today welcomed the NSW Coalition’s $25 million commitment to address mobile black spots in NSW.
Mr Fletcher is responsible for the Mobile Black Spot Programme at Commonwealth level, under which the Abbott Government will spend $100 million to improve mobile coverage in outer metropolitan, rural and regional Australia.
Federal Member for Bradfield Paul Fletcher today congratulated local Pymble Ladies College student, Winnie Lee, for winning the Simpson Prize for NSW in a national competition.
Federal Member for Bradfield, Paul Fletcher, has welcomed a Commonwealth-State joint-funding announcement of $2.68 million in projects to help better protect New South Wales communities from the threat of bushfires.
Member for Bradfield, Paul Fletcher MP, today announced more than $120,000 of grants have been awarded by the Federal Government to support eleven local projects commemorating the Centenary of ANZAC.
“These projects will help mark this vital anniversary and perpetuate the memory of so many Australians who served our nation – and all too often gave their lives.
“They will particularly highlight the service and sacrifice of many Bradfield locals,” Mr Fletcher said.