Paul Fletcher MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications, has today welcomed the Victorian Government’s $40 million commitment to addressing mobile coverage blackspots and to deliver Wi-Fi on selected train services in Victoria.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications, the Hon Paul Fletcher MP will visit the Wimmera this Friday to discuss mobile phone black spot issues with local residents.
The Federal Member for O’Connor, Rick Wilson, today welcomed Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher MP to Manjimup, to hear from constituents about issues with mobile phone blackspots.
The government has received a wide range of submissions in response to its Discussion Paper on Enhancing Online Safety for Children.
The Hon Paul Fletcher MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications, and the Member for Canning, Don Randall MP, today held a round table forum on mobile phone coverage issues in the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale, drawing on key representatives from the local community.
The Australian Government has removed more than 1,000 pages of burdensome regulation in the Communications portfolio, saving the sector an expected $35 million per year. This is the first step in the Government’s agenda to boost productivity and innovation.
The announcement by motorway company Transurban Group that it has chosen Lend Lease and Boygues as construction partners for NorthConnex, the critical ‘missing link’ infrastructure linking the M1 (formerly known as the F3) and M2 motorways, is good news, according to Paul Fletcher MP, Member for Bradfield.